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25 October 2012, 16:55
The 'Candy' singer admits he has still not spoken with the 'Wonderwall' brothers after falling out in the mid-1990s.
Robbie Williams has admitted that he has never resolved the rift he had with the Oasis brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher.
The Take That star, who released his new single 'Candy' on Sunday (28th October), famously became friends with the Britpop stars in the mid-1990s, before both parties fell out with each other.
During an interview with Shortlist, Robbie suggested that he and the brothers were still adversaries, although he did admit that their wives had contacted each other.
"Not really, no," he replied when asked if they were on speaking terms. "But we rented a place near Noel's and his wife sent us a nice bunch of flowers. I bet she went to a nice school to do a nice thing like that. It was surprising."
Robbie's new album 'Take The Crown' is released next month.
The star's ninth studio album features production from his Take That band mate Gary Barlow.