Barry Gibb reveals he met wife through Jimmy Savile but REFUSES to divulge to Piers Morgan
Whilst filming a brand new episode of Piers Morgan Life Stories, Barry recalled how he met his wife Linda Gray back in 1967 at Top of the Pops.
"She was Miss Edinburgh. But there is a whole slew of stories behind all that. Some of them cannot be told," the 70-year-old explained.
When quizzed by Piers, Barry refused at that point to provide further information, saying: "No, no because even the name would send a shudder through you."
The father-of-five went on to tell Piers that the teenage beauty queen was "brought to London" from Scotland by the person who introduced them, but was warned not to name the disgraced DJ by Linda, who reportedly shook her head and shouted "no" from the audience during the recording.
However, Barry openly spoke about Linda, describing her as "a very, very special person".
Barry and Linda Gibb have been married for 46 years
Linda warned Barry not to name the disgraced DJ on the show
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Even the name would send a shudder through you.
When asked what the best moment in his life was, Barry quickly responded: "The day I met Linda is the greatest most spiritual moment of my life.
"To know that I didn't have to search anymore and here she was. There's always other women and there's always other guys but this was an absolute certainty and I stopped searching," continued the singer.
During the hour-long show, Barry also discusses the "devastating" loss of his three brothers, Andy, Maurice and Robin.
Andy sadly died in 1988, while Maurice suffered a heart attack in 2003 and Robin passed away in 2012 after battling cancer.
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Piers Morgan Life Stories: Barry Gibb airs tomorrow at 9pm on ITV
Shortly after that, Barry recalls a paranormal experience with his brother: "I saw Robin in my house in Miami walk across from the front door to the bar and I went to look and there was nobody there.
"Maybe it's in your own head but it was Robin. [It was a] nice experience, it wasn't scary it was just 'Ooh there's Rob'," Barry told Piers.
On losing his two band-mates, Maurice and Robin, Barry revealed his fears: "The spotlight goes from three of us to me and that's daunting.
"We were a group for 45 years. Robin's character was extremely humorous, Maurice was very open and you put us all together and that's what made it work. It wasn't about writing songs, it was about singing in harmony," explained the Bee Gee.
Piers Morgan Life Stories: Barry Gibb airs tomorrow at 9pm on ITV.