"During the evening, Robbie Williams will allude to his dependence on anti-depressants and send up his inability to find a partner. There is a mania about the savagery of his self-satire, his compulsion to disclose. He is the archetypal sad clown, loved, perhaps, because we like to be reminded that success does not equal happiness."
The Guardian, June 2003
"He's funny, too, cheerfully mangling Swedish phrases, arriving onstage in a white tie over black shirt and trousers, in a tribute to The Hives. And he goes the extra kilometre: Williams is a whirlwind of energy tonight, running himself ragged to prove to the 35,000 assembled faithful that he does love them, really. He drinks four bottles of lurid orange Gatorade throughout the evening, each down in one. The effect is the same as that of a kid on sugar: up he goes, then down. Then up again."
The Observer, August 2003
"A pregnant Robbie Williams fan gave birth and 11 other women went into labour moments after the rock star appeared on stage at the weekend. The first woman's waters broke just as Robbie belted out his opening number Let Me Entertain You in front of 125,000 fans at his sell-out concert on Friday."
The Mirror, August 2003