Robbie Williams has announced that he will never again try to crack the US after admitting that he couldn't handle the workload and fame that would come with it.
Plus, he's worried he's past his "golden age"..
The ex-Take That singer admitted that he can no longer put in the effort for his US fans and that he's given up working that hard.
The 39-year-old made his confession whilst on his sell-out European tour ahead of a concert in Croatia.
Speaking to local paper Vecernji List, he said, "When I released my compilation album The Ego Has Landed I went to America for two months to promote it.
"The album sold one million copies. That was not bad. But I don't want to work that hard.
"I've concluded not to try it again. After that I did not promote any album in the US. A lot of fame can be exhausting. I would hardly be able to cope with it in the US."
He also admitted that he had no idea where his was career was going and was unsure whether he'd hit his "golden age".
He added, "I still try to understand where my position is in the music industry, as a celebrity, person, professional that lives from that job.
"I don't know whether my golden age is past, or it still goes on."
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