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'It will be my go soon!' Robbie Williams jokes about Taylor Swift's promiscuity at the Brits Awards

Daily Mail
Sunday, February 24, 2013

SHE'S dated stars from John Mayer to Jake Gyllenhaal, and most recently Harry Styles.

But the latest famous face to express a desire to try his luck with Taylor Swift is Robbie Williams, who controversially joked about the singer's promiscuity at the Brits on Wednesday night.

The Candy singer, who is married to actress Ayda Field, said that Taylor was 'really fit' before adding that he was hoping for a shot with the singer, saying: 'It will be my go soon.'

But Robbie wasn't the only star to reference the doomed relationship between Taylor and Harry, who was present at the ceremony with his One Direction bandmates.

Sharon's controversial joke came after Brits host James Corden poked fun at Harry's love of 'cougars', asking him who he was hoping to score with - giving him the choice of 60-year-old Sharon or Annie Lennox

Harry responded by hiding his face with an awards programme.

Taylor performed a raunchy set and she was seen grinding around on stage singing her track I Knew You Were Trouble, which is thought to be about Harry.

Corden, who hosted the awards ceremony for the third consecutive year, didn't shy away from making jokes during the evening, also poking fun at the stripper that appeared at Harry's recent birthday.

James swore calling Simon Cowell a 'beautiful b**' as he chatted to the Syco boss live on air while the show was screened on ITV. His jokes didn't stop there and he was seen kissing Nick Grimshaw directly on the mouth before making jokes about the Radio 1 DJ being sexually aroused as he sat on his lap. Nick said: 'I'm ready' to which James replied: 'I can feel you are ready'.

Brit Awards 2013 Winners

Best Female Solo Artist - Emeli Sandé

British Breakthrough Act - Ben Howard

British Male - Ben Howard

International Female Solo Artist - Lana Del Rey

British Live Act - Coldplay

British Single - Adele - Skyfall

British Group - Mumford And Sons

International Group - The Black Keys

International Male Solo Artist - Frank Ocean

Special Recognition - Warchild

British Album - Emeli Sandé - Our Version of Events

Global Success - One Direction





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