ROBBIE Williams could be seen reduced to tears in a never seen before clip.
Pop icon Robbie, 49, is set to release a tell-all docuseries on Netflix, revealing thirty years of unseen footage during his jaw-dropping music career.
Robbie Williams new documentary is branded raw, honest and realCredit: Netflix
The singer could be seen reduced to tears in one clipCredit: Netflix
Robbie’s career has been documented through unseen clips over the yearCredit: Netflix
Robbie, who is best known for being a member of the British band Take That, can be seen tearfully preparing to go on stage in a throw-back clip.
Talking to the camera in the new trailer, the camera man can be heard asking: “You all ready, Rob?”
Robbie, who is texting in the clip, looks down the lens and shakes his head, stating: “Nah, I really wish I did something else for a living,” before rubbing his eyes.
The ‘Robbie Williams’ documentary is described by Netflix as a four-part documentary series that “goes behind the eyes of the biggest UK solo artist of all time.
“Featuring hundreds of hours of intimate, never-before-seen personal archive spanning 30 years, by an acclaimed filmmaking team including director Joe Pearlman and Asif Kapadia as an executive producer.”
In the documentary sneak peek, Robbie stated: “I’m just a kn**head from Stoke-on-Trent,” before revealing there was “jealousy” in the beloved band.
A press release for the highly-anticipated show explained: “Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of his solo career, this is the definitive 4-part documentary series on the most successful UK solo artist of all time.
“Featuring hundreds of hours of intimate, never-before-seen personal archive spanning 30 years.”
It went on to say: “This culture-defining series is the first of its kind to explore the real human being behind the salacious headlines.”
Due to his huge success in the music industry for over three decades, the pop star has sold 75M records worldwide and has an eye-watering estimated net-worth of $300M.
Despite this, Robbie revealed he was taking up a brand new career earlier this year – as a cartoonist.
The star has started inking doodles for a new project with a working title of Robart, or “drawing things”.
The star is celebrating 25 years of his solo careerCredit: Netflix
Robbie has sold 75M records worldwideCredit: Netflix