Robbie Willams has said he started his own clothing line, Farrell, because he was worried everyone thought he was becoming "weird and fat".
Chatting away to The Sun at the launch of his new range of 'threads', the 'Difficult for Weirdos' hitmaker explained: "Ever since I was 16 all I have been doing is make album, promote album, tour album… and I did that for 20 years."
"Then I got a bit burnt out and I was looking for something else. I thought that something else was making documentaries about UFOs. But that wasn’t going to work out for me. It just made me weird and — at the time — fat. Weird and fat, looking for UFOs," he continued.
(Mind you, that didn't stop him singing about it all the time on 'Progress', but still.)
Basically, his management were probably having a bit of a nightmare with it all so they suggested he start a clothing line to make people think he wasn't mental.
"So I thought I would reverse out of this situation, which was a PR nightmare, and my management put the idea to me. I live in America, where pop stars and actors all seem to do a multitude of things. I pretty much thought I could do a clothing line."
So there you have it.