Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Robbie Williams comforts Joss Stone

Robbie Williams comforts Joss Stone

The Take That star invited the songstress to one of the band’s gig in Cardiff, Wales, on Thursday night after learning about the alleged plot to kidnap her.

Robbie reportedly used his cheeky sense of humour to cheer the stunning star up after her traumatic week.

"Robbie and Joss have been mates for years. He got straight on the phone to see if she was OK and invited her to Wales,” a source told British newspaper The Sun. "She's still in shock but Robbie did his best to put a smile back on her face. His cheeky chappy side was in overdrive when they met up after the gig. She was making light of it too, joking that it's been like an episode of Midsomer Murders."

Kevin Liverpool, 33, and Junior Bradshaw, 30, both from Manchester, England, were charged by Devon and Cornwall Police with conspiracy to commit robbery and conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm. The pair were found near the star’s home in a Devon village on Tuesday with a car that contained an arsenal of weapons as well as rope, a sword and a body bag.

They also had aerial pictures and maps of Joss’ property, and were originally arrested as it was thought they were planning to rob her.


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