Williams finds out Chambers has been working with Gary Barlow and Mark Owen
Robbie Williams has cancelled songwriting sessions with Guy Chambers – the man who wrote some of his most successful songs.
According to The Sun’s Bizarre, Williams and Chambers, who reunited last year after previously going their own ways, cancelled writing sessions in Los Angeles after the new sessions “didn’t work out”.
The newspaper quotes an anonymous source as saying that Chambers was asked to work with Gary Barlow and Mark Owen – Williams‘ former bandmates in Take That – on a new TV show.
Chambers, Owen and Barlow are apparently part of a 12-strong song-writing team for new ITV TV show ‘Britannia High’, a forthcoming reality show.
Williams was said to be unhappy with Chambers working with his former cohorts.
The singer is though working with Chaz Jankel, a member of Ian Dury’s band The Blockheads.
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