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10 September 2012, 13:10
The 'Candy' singer admits that he will be back to help out despite the recent return of Cheryl Cole in a mentor position.
Robbie Williams has confirmed that he will be making a return to the new series of The X Factor declaring that he will do "whatever" the show wants him to.
The 'Rock DJ' star told the Capital Breakfast show that as long as the show exists he will be there.
"Oh yes. As long as there's an X Factor there will be a Robbie Williams on The X Factor – as long as people are still watching it," he confessed.
He admitted that he had yet to decide which role he would be assuming following Cheryl Cole's recent rueturn as a mentor with Gary Barlow.
"I'll do whatever they want me to," he admitted.
Speaking about his time on previous shows, he said that working with One Direction and Olly Murs was a pleasure and he was excited to see what acts he can team up with on the latest series.
"I had a wonderful time with One Direction when I was on that show and Olly Murs.
You can view a picture of Cheryl with Gary Barlow after making her return to the series this week below: (Picture: Rex)
I'm looking forward to more wonderful times with whoever they want to put me with," he added.
Cheryl recently admitted that she returned to the show for Gary Barlow and not music mogul Simon Cowell – after she left in acrimonious circumstances back in 2011.
You can listen to Robbie Williams speaking to Capital FM about making his return to The X Factor this year below:
Meanwhile, the star is currently expecting his first child with wife Ayda and said he was yet to decide upon a name for the baby.
His new single 'Candy' was also played for the first time – which is lifted from his new album 'Take The Crown'.