ROBBIE Williams has slashed £1million off the price of his mansion in Britain’s UFO hotspot.
Robbie Williams bought the home for £8.5million in 2009 but has not had any interested buyers for a year.
Robbie, 37, splashed out on the Wiltshire pile, near to a crop circle hotspot, to increase his chances of spotting flying saucers and extraterrestrials.
There were even regular meetings of fellow UFO fans in the local pub.
At the time, one local said: “The word is that the reason Robbie chose this area is more about UFOs and crop circles than wanting to get back with Take That.”
But having not seen any little green men the No Regrets singer put his seven-bed mansion on the market.
Despite slashing the price to £7.5m, he has not received a single offer in a year and could have to cut the price further.
The previous owners paid just £2m on December 15, 1997.
At one stage, Robbie was said to be sleeping during the day and watching the skies for UFOs at night.
He took part in a BBC Radio 4 documentary with Jon Ronson and visited a UFO convention in Nevada.
He now lives mostly in LA, where he married US actress Ayda Field, 31, last August.