Robbie Williams’ ridiculous Christmas tradition! | The Graham Norton Show – BBC

Robbie Williams’ ridiculous Christmas tradition! | The Graham Norton Show – BBC

Am I right in thinking
that you, formerly, Robbie Williams bad boy,
you weren’t that big a Christmas fan? I was more a New Year’s Eve fan. LAUGHTER But now you’re a dad
and everything, presumably that makes you
Christmassy, doesn’t it? Yeah, so I was a kid
and I loved it. Then I was a teenager and it was
sort of euphoric and amazing. And then I did too much of that
and then had to stop doing that and then you’re sort of left
with all the blanks that you’re filling in. And then Christmas
is like, sort of… # You should be happy now,
really, really happy! # And you’re just going, “I’m not.” And then you sort that out
for however many years it takes to sort that out,
then you meet your wife and she… Then I meet your wife,
which was weird. I know! No use for her. LAUGHTER I met my wife and she’s just
like a professional memory maker and I’ve sort of been taken
on this tidal wave of just incredible memories
that she creates. Now we’ve got three kids
and I absolutely love it again. It’s my favourite time
of the year. Aww. That’s so cute. APPLAUSE And I also like Easter, so I’m
putting out an Easter record too. What’s the thing about that you’ve
invented Christmas traditions? What’s that about? In America, our house is
sort of like a British enclave, is that what you call it? It’s just full of British people and then my extended
American family. And we decided one day
that we would make up a tradition and fool our American family
and friends and it was called
break the bread. You have a baguette,
and we say it’s British but the baguette’s
already French. You get, like, two American people
to hold it either end. Then all the British people
start going, “Break the bread, break the bread,
break the bread!” Then you get somebody
to karate chop and then everybody goes, “Wahey!” And everybody’s drunk
and you completely forget about it until next Christmas,
when the Americans come round and go, “We’re not going
to break the bread?” That beautiful tradition. Yeah. It actually sounds quite fun.

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29 thoughts on “Robbie Williams’ ridiculous Christmas tradition! | The Graham Norton Show – BBC

  1. Robbie give to charity mate, thought you wanted a knighthood?????? Ladbaby being knighted before you, unbelievable, get this viral

  2. Inventing bogus traditions for americans to fall for is a european tradition. Especially around christmas.
    Christmas gherkin, anyone?

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