Robbie Williams has been dreaming about England footballer Jack Grealish’s pants.

Footie fan Rob has enjoyed flashing his own underwear over the years, most famously in his Rock DJ video.

Those pants now make their way into his night-time slumber.

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Robbie revealed: “The other night I had a dream I met Jack Grealish and above his jeans he was wearing these underpants, the same fancy ones that I have got on.

“I wanted to show him that we both wear the same underpants but when I looked, I had my cheap ones on from Marks & Spencer. True story, true dream.”

Perhaps Robbie can send his Rock DJ pants to Jack as a good-luck charm.

He quipped: “Whatever you need to help you through public speaking, I have a plethora of tiger pants that are backstage that help me to get into battle. It’s my armour.”

The Feel singer is more concerned about his head than pants nowadays.

“My hair is getting thin and I have been spraying this stuff onto my head,” he explained. “It is supposed to regrow your hair. I went back into 10 days of deep depression.

“I did this gig at the Albert Hall where I could not control how emotional I was. I just started to sob.”

It turns out the spray had serious side effects.

He went on: “What I did not realise is the thing I was spraying into my head was the thing that was making me depressed.”

Perhaps a stint on I’m A Celebrity would cheer him up, provided his mates are there.

He also told the Finding Funny podcast: “I would take Ant and Dec into the jungle. I would take Paddy McGuinness, John Bishop and David Seaman. The best bits of Soccer Aid.”

The singer defending his decision to perform in Qatar during the 2022 World Cup, arguing that it would be “hypocritical” not to go.

The 48-year-old is scheduled to perform at the Doha Golf Club in Qatar on December 8th.

“Of course, I don’t condone any abuses of human rights anywhere,” Robbie told Il Venerdì di Repubblica.

“But, that being said, if we’re not condoning human rights abuses anywhere, then it would be the shortest tour the world has ever known: I wouldn’t even be able to perform in my own kitchen.

“You’ve got this microscope that goes ‘OK, these are the baddies, and we need to rally against them’. I think that the hypocrisy there is that if we take that case in this place, we need to apply that unilaterally to the world. Then if we apply that unilaterally to the world, nobody can go anywhere.”

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