Robbie Williams thinks he might be a messenger for aliens

Robbie Williams has recounted a few UFO experiences over the years.

Robbie Williams has recounted a few UFO experiences over the years. Photo: Getty

British pop star Robbie Williams has made the bizarre claim that aliens are choosing him to be their messenger on Earth because of his fame.

Williams made the claim in an interview in which he was discussing the frequency with which he said he sees things of a supernatural nature.

I sometimes think – and I try to separate narcissism and ego, unsuccessfully a lot of the time – but there’s lots of different theories that we all have to do with this stuff. But I often wonder if I’m supposed to see it because of my public platform,” he said according to the Daily Star.

“Am I supposed to see this so I can talk about it?”

Despite being born in the UK, Williams lives in Beverly Hills, which has had a handful of UFO sightings reported by the community over the years.

According to the Daily Star, Williams said he feels “closer to the woo woo in Los Angeles”, as opposed to England.

“I had a house in Wiltshire, the grounds and the house were a thousand years old and you would think that there I would be inundated with spectres or doors slamming,” he said.

“Other people experienced it, I didn’t.

“It’s not until I go to Los Angeles where I live, or lived for a while, that it’s like there’s vortexes here. It’s a very strange land.”

Robbie Williams on stage at the BAFTA TV Preview of "Robbie Williams"

Robbie Williams thinks maybe his UFO experiences are for a reason. Photo: Getty

Robbie Williams’ experiences with UFOs

In the past the singer has said he keeps an open mind regarding UFOs and has gone on the record to talk about his experiences that he cannot explain.

On the Shaun Attwood Podcast, he spoke about an incident that happened at the Beverly Hills Hotel some 20 years ago, before he met his wife, where he and a “young lady” were looking up at the stars.

“Then all of a sudden silently over our heads what I can only describe as a square object. I would say probably the size of one and a half penalty boxes [18-yard box on football pitch],” he said.

“It was matte black with Artexing underneath and then Hacienda-style yellow and black stripes as if it was this workman’s thing. It came in silently. I could have hit it with a tennis ball, and then it floated off. I was totally and utterly sober.”

Williams also seemingly recounted this same experience on 60 Minutes Australia, where he also clarified no substances were involved.

There was another incident when he was playing his song, Arizona, which is about aliens, when he and the people he was with saw a “big ball of gold light”, that they initially thought was Venus or Mars.

But the light disappeared when the song stopped playing.

“Then we put Arizona on again and the ball turned back up. It happened four times,” he said.

“After that a massive electrical storm started and these two big massive balls of light started dancing in the sky. It was like a whole light show for about an hour.”

Williams is far from the only celebrity who has claimed they have seen a UFO, or believes aliens have visited us on Earth.

Famous figures who claimed to have seen UFOs

Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge famously quit music to become a ufologist and Black Francis from the Pixies is adamant his family members have seen UFOs.

Keith Richards from the Rolling Stones is also a believer.

“I believe they exist – plenty of people have seen them. They are tied up with a lot of things, like the dawn of man, for example,” he said, the BBC reported.

“It’s not just a matter of people spotting a flying saucer … I’m not an expert. I’m still trying to understand what’s going on.”

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