Robbie Williams 'visited by aliens', New Zealand/September 13, 2008

Robbie Williams says he was visited by an alien just after he'd written a song about extraterrestrial beings.

The Angels singer - who is fascinated by intergalactic beings and goes on UFO spotting camping trips - claims a strange light flew into the Los Angeles recording studio where he was working and then went back out again as he looked on in amazement.

He said: "I had just finished writing a song called Arizona, which is about alien abduction, where there was this glow. It was magic."

Robbie is now planning to hire a jet-ski to search the sea off Malibu, where it has been claimed UFOs have landed.

Meanwhile, friends of the singer are said to be increasingly concerned about his mental state and the reclusive lifestyle he is living.

Robbie, 34, has apparently not left his Los Angeles mansion for the last 83 days, and has not performed live for two years.

The singer even failed to attend the recent MTV Video Music Awards which were held close to his home.

However, he did record a message which was broadcast at last Sunday's Soccer Aid charity event - which he set up and which aims to raise money for Unicef - held at London's Wembley Stadium but he appeared tired and gaunt as he appealed for the charity.

A fan said: "He looked very unhealthy. Although he said he couldn't take part because of a knee injury, it seemed he'd lost his zest for life."

His British TV presenter friends Declan Donnelly and Ant McPartlin are said to be so concerned about his health they are sending him hampers packed with vitamin juice and other healthy snacks.

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