Robbie Williams found watching his own Netflix documentary series 'deeply ... trends now
The 49-year-old pop star said the four part self-titled series that looks at his 25 year career was 'an absolute trauma' for the hitmaker to sit through.
'It was deeply unpleasant to be honest with you,' he said on Tuesday during an appearance on Channel 10's The Project, ahead of his Australian tour.
'I think that people don't even like looking at selfies of themselves and hearing their own voice,' he continued.
'And if you multiply that by watching you descend into mental illness and agoraphobia and depression and anxiety and you are watching a nervous breakdown, it's not a normal thing to do.'
Robbie Williams has opened up about a new Netflix documentary that depicts his battle with addiction and mental illness. Pictured: The hitmaker films 'Robbie Williams' docuseries
Still, Williams said he was grateful for the outpouring of love the Netflix show has triggered from fans and followers.
'I didn't know until it happened how much I needed to be seen and how much I needed to be heard,' he said.
'And I feel as though I though I've been seen and I've been heard and there is this rock sack of all these things I was carrying around for years and if feels as though there's been this release of whatever that ness is
'So I'm currently on a high, I