Robbie Williams discusses his body dysmorphia and shares a desire for plastic surgery after huge weight loss

Gemma Thomas
Gemma Thomas
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Robbie Williams has opened up about his interest in undergoing “tweakments” following his significant weight loss. The 47-year-old singer revealed that he is considering various cosmetic procedures after shedding two stone recently. The former Take That star shared that he wouldn’t be alone in his decision, as numerous individuals in the music industry have undergone procedures, often going unnoticed.

Robbie Williams has said that he would like some ‘tweakments’ after huge 2 stone weight loss

Williams expressed his desire to have filler injections around his eyes and potentially explore treatments to enhance his hair thickness. He explained to The Sun: “Everybody looks at bad plastic surgery and goes, ‘God no, don’t do that,’ but nobody sees the good plastic surgery as it’s not recognised. Most people in my industry have got really good plastic surgery. I want some filler in the eyes as I look like I have hollow eyes.”

In relation to his hair, Williams mentioned that it has become noticeably thin. He disclosed having conversations with professionals about hair transplants, stating, “I’m going to keep my hair for as long as I can and then I will go all bald.”

Robbie’s heartfelt Instagram post about his weight loss and body dysmorphia

In a candid Instagram post, the singer opened up about his ongoing battle with his self image:

So , If a genie appeared and said you can either have your super power be
the ability to fly or eat what you want and remain at your goal weight ?

I would go for Goal weight eating everyday . What about you ?

I could write a book about self loathing where my body image is concerned .
Like pure self hatred , The ugliness of feeling ugly .

Im body dysmorphic and on top of being dysmorphic at times I can be 40+ pounds over weight .
So you can imagine what my mind see’s .Or maybe you can’t either way its a fucking disaster .

At the moment i’m skinny ..But me being me my mind is going ‘’Fucking great Rob , you managed to get skinny and now your old, congrats, golf clap’’

The struggle is real , The sadness shocking. I’ve had it all my life .And it wont abate.

What is it that is hard wired in us, that is so calloused, that makes self acceptance and self love so difficult that it seems impossible ?

Anyway , i’m not fishing for compliments .Im sharing for sharing sake.Im sharing for some sort of release I guess .
And if someone else recognises themselves in the words I’ve written maybe it helps both of us .

In the mean time pls laugh at my dark humoured iNkLiNg ?

Fans responded in support for Robbie and acknowledged his bravery in speaking out:

One user commented:

“I’m so sorry for what you’ve been through and continue to go through with your body image. It’s a struggle that so many of us can relate to and it’s just not fair.
You are so brave to share these words and your experiences – I do wish it wasn’t tied to an image like this which is perpetuating the thin ideal and ultimately continuing to cause us all harm, but I do have the utmost compassion for you and the pressure that you’ve no doubt faced being in the public eye. Sending a lot of love xxx

Another thanked the singer for normalising their thoughts:

“totally resonated with you Rob. Along with bi-polar etc it’s a nightmare!! Thanks for making my thoughts feel normal in a way xx”

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