Robbie Williams, 48, has spoken out about the death of her friend Shane Warne. The singer said it made him have a different outlook on life.
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Robbie Williams said he was “terrified” of death following the sudden death of his friend Shane Warne.
The 48-year-old singer admitted that the cricket’s death made him reflect on his own death.
“His passing inspired me to think about life in a different way – and the fragility of life is scary,” said the rock singer.
He admitted that he has always admired the 52-year-old cricket legend and added: “If you don’t love Shane Warne, you’re a hole ***.”
Robbie is set to film his biopic Better Man in Melbourne and will perform a single show at Rod Laver Arena in April.
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The Take That singer recently sold his Beverly Hills mansion to Drake for $50 million.
It is believed he initially wanted to sell the property for $80 million but struggled to find a buyer.
He has now sold the Tuscan-style home of three acres to Drake in an off-market deal.
He shares the house with his wife Ayda Field, 42, and their four children; Theodora, nine, Charlton, seven, Colette, three, and Beau, two.
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Shane’s body was returned to his native Australia today, nearly a week after he passed away in Thailand.
The private jet carrying King Spin will land at Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport after a nine-hour flight.
An autopsy confirmed that he died of a suspected heart attack on Koh Samui last Friday.
Fans will be able to attend Shane’s state funeral on March 30 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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His loved ones will also hold a private ceremony for him early next week.
Shane’s former doctor has spoken out about his death, blaming his lifestyle.
Dr Peter Brukner spoke about the sports star on the show Triple M Breakfast with Basil and Xav on Wednesday.
He said Warne’s death was the result of smoking and a poor diet.
“Warney, if he’s got heart disease, it sounds like he’s had, you know, it didn’t happen overnight in Thailand. It happened for 20, 30 years from smoking. drugs, poor diet, etc.”
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Doctors say that people who are about to turn middle age should have a blood test every year.
“Once a year [for a checkup] 35, 40 years old on,’ he said. ‘The problem with these is that you don’t develop heart disease in a minute. It is a very gradual process. “
He shared the tribute to the cricketer: “None of us can really believe it, can we? He’s a bigger figure than life.”
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