Robbie Williams has posted a bizarre video on the internet claiming he has found God.
The troubled rocker, who entered rehab to be treated for an addiction to prescription drugs earlier this year, declares his love for the Christian faith by singing lyrics from what he claims is a new song.
In the video, a disheveled Robbie sits in a dark room, smoking a cigarette and mumbling about finding Jesus.
Robbie announces he has written a song called 'Bodies', before singing: "God came in the sunshine. He showed me a lifeline. What a day, Jesus really died for me. Yeah, Jesus really tried for me."
The 'Angel' singer's ramblings then turn aggressive as he screams: "I feel like its f***ing me. Love lead off the energy."
The lyrics become even stranger, with Robbie wailing, "Rejection from my reflection. I want perfection."
Robbie's recent behavior has sparked concern among his family and friends. In May, the 33-year-old revealed he was visiting the graves of Hollywood legends, including Dean Martin. He also dressed as a woman in the video promo for 'She's Madonna'.
His latest album 'Rudebox' was panned by critics and received an NME Award for Worst Album.
Last year, Robbie said he wanted to create his own mystical religion dedicated to aliens. He devised the plan after reading about the late L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, which counts A-list stars like Tom Cruise and John Travolta among its followers.
Robbie said: "If L. Ron Hubbard can start a cult, then so can I. I'm not going to start it right now because I'm too busy. But I want to do it. I think the cult will have to wait until next year. But it will be free and universal."