“No hair, it doesn’t matter!” Robbie Williams has his brown locks shaved off by his wife Ayda Field … leaving the singer completely bald
Robbie Williams had his shiny brown barnet shaved off by his wife Ayda Field on Wednesday.
Ayda, 42, took to Instagram to share a video of herself with a trimmer in hand, ready to give the singer, 47, a brand new look.
Robbie showed off his long haircut prior to the impromptu haircut, leaving the rock DJ hitmaker completely bald.
‘The bald and the beautiful!: Robbie Williams had his shiny brown barnet shaved off by his wife Ayda Field
Ayda documented the process, while Robbie sat down patiently while she shaved his locks.
The Take That star ran his hands over his head as he got used to his new look, while Ayda smiled proudly for the camera.
She captioned the photo: ‘@robbiewilliams Is all or nothing when it comes to his hair… and apparently it’s nothing now 🙂 #nohairdontcare #instamood #thebaldandthebeautiful #who’snext? AWxx’.
Time for a trim: Ayda, 42, took to Instagram to share a video of herself with a trimmer in hand, ready to give the singer, 47, a brand new look
There she goes: Robbie showed off his long haircut before the impromptu haircut, leaving the rock DJ hitmaker completely bald
Haircut: Ayda documented the process as Robbie sat down patiently while she shaved off his locks
All in a day’s work! The Take That star ran his hands over his head as he got used to his new look, as Ayda smiled proudly for the camera
It comes after Robbie’s bandmate Gary Barlow hinted that Take That could be back on the road earlier than expected on Sunday.
The singer, 50, revealed: ‘We are desperate to come back and do something.’
However, the hitmaker insisted the iconic group’s return will depend on the end of the pandemic restrictions, adding: “Once major venues are back up and running.”
Speak with The sun, the star said that while he’s not sure what form their comeback will take, the band is “going nowhere.”
Exciting: It comes after Robbie’s bandmate Gary Barlow hinted that Take That could be back on the road earlier than expected on Sunday
‘I don’t know yet what it’s going to be, whether it’s a tour or an album, or both. But Take That isn’t going anywhere,” he added.
Take That last toured in 2019 to celebrate their 30th anniversary and the release of their greatest hits album.
Gary also told the paper he hopes Take That can embark on a similar tour on their 40th anniversary.
Take That has been working with three stars, Gary, 50, Mark Owen, 48, and Howard Donald, 50, since 2014, after Robbie Williams and Jason Orange, 50, left to focus on their music careers and personal lives.
The five singers originally formed the pop group in 1989 and had 12 number one singles on the UK Singles Chart along with eight number one albums. They are currently the most successful boy band in British chart history.
Robbie left the band in 1995 and had a number of solo hits, including Rock DJ and Angels, with the remaining members announcing their split a year later in 1996.
However, they reunited in 2006, minus Robbie, and had great success with their reunion tour.
The Rock DJ hitmaker returned again in 2010 for their album Progress.
However, in 2014, he stepped away to focus on becoming a father for the second time. Jason also decided to leave because he didn’t want to tour any further.