British singer Robbie Williams' stage fright will be cured now he has reunited with his former group Take That, according to the star's father.
The Angels hitmaker has rejoined his Back For Good bandmates to form a full line-up for the first time in 15 years to release an album and embark on a tour.
And Williams' dad Pete is welcoming the reunion - because he thinks it will help rid the singer of the panic attacks which blighted his last solo trek.
He tells Britain's The Sun, "With the boys there the stage fright won't be an issue. I know he suffered from that earlier on. But he'll have all that support of his band of brothers. It's so wonderful that he has joined Take That again. It will be a solid and nice year for him. He'll have fun and will have genuine friends around him for support. It can get a bit lonely on your own."
And Pete insists the five-piece will be better behaved than they were when they first broke into the music scene: "They are all married and Rob has a girlfriend. They're more mature. It won't get as wild as it used to."