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Let me imitate you; ROBBIE PUTS ON A MASK FOR HIS HOUSE PARTY.

Byline: ALUN PALMER

FUN-loving Robbie Williams threw a housewarming party - and the guests turned up as HIM.

The multi-millionaire singer staged a lavish bash to celebrate his move to his new pounds 2million mansion.

But three blonde friends decided to turn the tables on him and turned up in Robbie Williams masks.

Robbie laughed as he led the girls inside his plush new pad.

But seconds later he popped out wearing one of the masks himself to greet more guests.

And to welcome him to the exclusive street in London's Holland Park a neighbour even popped round with a housewarming cake.

The shy young woman, who declined to be named, said as she came inside for a peek: "I made him a cake to welcome him to the neighbourhood.

"We are really glad to have him and I want to be sure he gets the right impression.

"People round here are nice and I'm sure he'll fit in fine."

But some of his neighbours in the posh street aren't happy at the arrival of the 27-year-old star.

One, a senior advertising executive, said: "It's nice and quiet here but now loads of fans will be hanging around littering the place.

"I'm afraid that it's going to be awful."

Since buying the mansion last year Robbie has spent more than pounds 1million turning the five-storey building into his dream home.

The first floor is one massive bedroom complete with a dressing room for his clothes.

Another floor is devoted to a recording studio while another has a large gym, sauna and dancefloor.

Downstairs, Robbie has a home cinema system and the house has a computerised lighting system which can be programmed for whatever mood he is in.

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PLAYFUL: Joker Robbie is happy to pose for the photographer; RUDE: Now a masked Robbie has a message for the waiting press; GUESTS: Two masked girls arriving at Robbie's housewarming party
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jul 21, 2001
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