Robbie Williams: Netflix documentary trailer
Guy Chambers has produced some of Robbie Williams’ biggest hits and the pair were firm friends, but where do the pair stand today?
The producer features heavily in the first two episodes of Robbie’s new highly-anticipated Netflix documentary which airs on Wednesday.
The duo collaborated on a number of hit singles including Angels, Rock DJ and Feel, but stopped their professional partnership in 2002.
It was reported at the time that Robbie and Guy, 60, allegedly clashed over a deal with Robbie’s label EMI.
However, a decade later the two reunited to work on his Greatest Hits album which was released in 2010.
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The hit-makers appear to be on good terms again as Guy appears in Robbie’s Netflix series.
The duo also follow each other on Instagram and Guy has also posted about the documentary, calling it the “definitive RW documentary”.
Three years after their initial reported falling-out, Robbie said the pair had patched things up and were working again.
The Daily Star quoted him at a press conference in 2005: “Me and Guy are friends again.
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“We speak now and will be working together in the future, you’ll all be pleased to hear.”
Although he is known for his work with Robbie, Guy has also produced albums for a number of other singers, including The Wanted, Kylie Minogue and Charlotte Church.
Robbie previously declared he has “scores to settle” as he gets ready for his documentary to release.
The Angels chart-topper spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk and other press about the four-part series, which will include his rise to fame, his infamous fallout with Take That bandmate Gary Barlow and his very public breakdown.
“I’ve got some scores to settle,” he said at a pop-up launch party held in London on November 1.
“I’ve got my own narrative to give you about who I am as a person. For me just as an individual, it’s really, really important that I get to tell my story.”
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