ROBBIE Williams has joked that he is looking for a “new arch enemy” after making peace with Oasis’ Liam Gallagher.
The 46-year-old star ended his long-running feud with the rocker earlier this year, with their rivalry dating back two decades.
But now Robbie has joked that his life has an empty space to fill, and he is in need of a new nemesis.
Praising his former rival’s band, Robbie gushed: “How good are Oasis? My long-running feud with Liam ended. Just massive respect now and back to being the fan I was.”
The cheeky singer added to the Daily Mail: “It is nice, I like it… But now I’ve got to find someone new to resent. There is a huge space to fill.”
Back in May, the father-of-four risked re-igniting the feud with a boxing match for charity.
Speaking about why he wants to come face-to-face with Liam, Robbie said at the time: “I still want to fight. There’s a lot of things I want to experience. I saw KSI and Logan Paul fight and just thought, ‘That looks amazing’.
“I don’t dislike anybody enough to train for those ten weeks and give it my all apart from Liam. The offer still stands, I’m available, let’s do it for the NHS.”
He added: “Anybody that’s ever bullied me at all, I forget about them and put it all on to one person and that’s Liam – and that’s why I want to fight him in the ring.”
Robbie and Liam’s feud goes way back, and started 20 years ago when the former Take That star publicly challenged Liam at the 2000 Brit Awards and offering a £100,000 bet.
And even as recently as last October, Robbie challenged Liam yet again but his wife Ayda Field called the idea “embarrassing”.
She told her husband: “I think it is embarrassing. You are 45, man. You’re going to go in a ring and smack each other? It’s just lame.
“First of all, neither one of you are at your top, peak form. You are not in your twenties, I hate to break it to you. You are both peppered at this point.”
Ayda, 41, added: “Your back’s going to go out, your knees are going to buckle. I am going to have to bring you back from the dead after this. I don’t understand it.
“I am going to knock the hate out, so you feel no need, to the point where you might even send Liam Gallagher a Christmas card. We’re going to melt the ice off that snowman.”
And it seems she did just that as Robbie spoke rather highly when referring to Liam in March this year.
Speaking in an interview with The Sun, he said: “He’s an incredible singer — proper rock and roller. The world’s a better place for him being in it. He’s iconic.
“Sometimes you have to separate the art from the d***head. And I can do that.”
And in May, 47-year-old Liam reached out to Robbie after he revealed his dad was battling Parkinson’s.
Replying to a video Robbie shared about wellness on Twitter, Liam commented: “Oi Robbie balboa…
“…it’s LG I hear you got s**t going down in your fam I’m sorry to hear that love n light going out to your family stay cool and in tune LG x”.