TALKING ABOUT THE CITY: Robbie Williams needs a “new enemy” after Liam Gallagher ends a decades-long feud

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By Alistair Foster, Joanna Bell and Sophie Cockerham for Sunday mail

After Liam Gallagher reaches out to enemy archery Robbie Williams to end decades of bad blood between them, the former man of Take That Robbie has a new problem – finding a new figure of hatred.

“What is the quality of Oasis?” My long-standing feud with Liam has ended. Just huge respect now and again as a fan as I was, ”said the singer, Rock DJ, 46.

“It’s good, I like it … But now I have to find someone new to feel. There is a huge space to fill.

Couldn’t Robbie just find a good hobby … like stamp collecting?

After Liam Gallagher contacted Robbie Williams (photo, 1995) to end decades of bad blood between them, Robbie has a new problem: finding a new figure of hate

Robbie Williams is seen during the Australian Grand Prix of 2020 Rolex Formula 1 World Championship at the Albert Park circuit, Melbourne, March 2020

Liam Gallagher in concert at the Gasometer in Vienna, Austria, February 2020

“What is the quality of Oasis?” My long-standing feud with Liam has ended. Just huge respect now and again for being the fan I was, ”said the singer, Rock DJ, 46.

Just give Carson a funny twist – Downton Abbey is inundated with flat Ikea furniture!

The Countess of Carnarvon is preparing to reopen Highclere Castle next Sunday, the real Downton Abbey.

But she admits that she had to turn to the Swedish favorite to get enough furniture to allow customers to obey the rules of social distancing under a tent.

She said to me: “All the tables I bought at Ikea have just arrived, so it’s my job for this evening – assembling Ikea furniture.

Mrs. Hughes – get me my screwdriver!

Despite nearly 15 weeks of confinement with her three children, it seems that the TV presenter Emma Willis still does not master parenting - nor keep food on the ground

Despite nearly 15 weeks of confinement with her three children, it seems that the TV presenter Emma Willis still does not master parenting – nor keep food on the ground

Despite nearly 15 weeks of confinement with her three children, it seems that TV presenter Emma Willis has still not mastered parenting – or keeping food on the floor.

“I often serve the food I dropped,” admits the 44-year-old.

“Children know nothing different, so if I drop the chips on the floor, I pick them up and put them on the plate.

Is it just me or are our celebrities getting less outrageous from year to year?

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