Stoke-on-Trent's Robbie Williams has written his first song for new baby, Teddy. But, he admitted it made her throw up.
The singer said he's now considering releasing the track which he performed for his daughter, who is almost five months old.
Robbie Williams turns 39 on Wednesday and has also revealed he has lost almost 11kg in the space of five months after changing his diet because he says he was resembling former strongman and shot-putter Geoff Capes.
Nottingham musician Jake Bugg has been nominated for a Brit Award in the Breakthrough Act category.
The 18-year-old from Clifton topped the UK charts in October with his self-titled album. He will discover if he has won on January 20th when the awards take place at the O2 in London.
He joins other Midlanders who have been nominated for the prestigious music awards such as Robbie Williams for his single Candy and pop-act One Direction for Best British Group, with one member Liam Payne being from Wolverhampton.
The boy-band who have taken the US by storm after they became the first UK band ever to hit the top spot on the US Billboard 200 countdown with their debut album 'Up All Night' will be performing on the night.
One Direction and Robbie Williams are among the artists shortlisted for awards at this year's Brit Awards, it has been announced.
Pop act One Direction, has been nominated for Best British Group. They are up against bands such as rock group Muse and folk band Mumford and Sons. The group will be performing when the awards take place on February 20th.
They have rapidly risen to global success after they became the first UK band ever to hit the top spot on the US Billboard 200 countdown with their debut album 'Up All Night'.
The outstanding contribution prize is being dropped this year, with organisers instead introducing a prize honouring Brits' global success, which is expected to go to Adele, although One Direction and Mumford are thought to be in the running.
Stoke-on-Trent's very own Robbie Williams has also been nominated for a Brit Award, in the category of Best Single for his release Candy.
The nominations were announced at a ceremony in London's Savoy Hotel this evening which saw the first 2012 Brit trophy - designed by artist Damien Hirst with his signature spot design - handed to critics' choice winner Tom Odell. It was handed over by last year's recipient Sande.
Stoke-on-Trent's Robbie Williams has told ITV News' Ria Chatterjee it's "remarkable" to be at Number 1 with his new single. The new dad was in London last night to switch on the Oxford Street Christmas lights.
Robbie Williams switches on Oxford Street Christmas lights
Stoke on Trent's Robbie Williams turned on the Christmas lights on London's Oxford Street last night.
New dad Robbie is celebrating his first solo UK number one for 8-years with his single Candy. It is the 14th number one of his career - including with Take That - meaning he has drawn level with bandmate Gary Barlow.