Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, 61, answe...

Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, 61, answers our health quiz

There are 8 comments on the Daily Mail story from Feb 1, 2011, titled Bee Gees singer Robin Gibb, 61, answers our health quiz. In it, Daily Mail reports that:

Healthy vegetarian: Robin Gibb's brother, and fellow Bee Gees band member, Maurice died after an operation eight years ago Last September, I had griping pains in my stomach.

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Liz

AOL

#1 Feb 15, 2011
During Robin Gibbs Scandinavian interview given in early February, 2011, Robin encourages people to live for today. The host also brings out Robinís sense of humor. I enjoyed the relaxed conversation.Robin quick wit and charming personality is contiguous. Great to see Robin is touring in Europe.Watch the interview on YouTube. Robin is an inspiration to all creative people. Long live Robin and Barry Gibb. The Bee Gees continue to strive to expand their talent while most successful groups stop working forever.
Robyn Kay Johnson

United States

#2 Feb 27, 2011
I have read some cruel comments about Robin Gibb. Yes, he is thin but I bet most people in their 60's are overweight. Robinís health is most likely better than all the obese people that write rude comments about his looks. I think he looks good for his age!
The Bee Gees gave the world beautiful music that few other groups have even come close to in terms of sales. Their natural, god given talent, harmonies, and decades of hard work deserve more credit and praise. Too bad people are so quick to judge, especially the over 50 crowd.
The Bees Gees, and Andy Gibb were generally good guys, polite, and with a quick sense of humor during interviews, although some reporters choose to ask stupid, intrusive questions. Other artists would have walked away from but not the Gibb brothers. They answer the same questions over and over, year after year without complaining. Robin and Barry are certainly a group I admire. Millions of songs are written, yet they have produced hit after hit. It is so difficult for a great singer to get one hit. They have had as many as Michael Jackson!
Robin continues to live life creating and counting his blessings. People; donít write anything unless it is good. This world is full of negative, heartless people. Karma will turn your life around if you stay positive. What happened to good manners and respect? So sadÖ
Long live Robin Gibb. The Bee Gees have millions of devoted fans. Thank you, Robin for focusing on the good things in life. Keep creating and laugh your way to the bank. So many are jealous of the rich and famous. Robin has earned the right to be rewarded for being a great composer and artist.
P.S. I hope all is well with Barbara Gibb. What a great woman! XOXO
Jaguar Robin

Sausalito, CA

#3 Aug 24, 2011
Such nonsense, isn't it? I've learned to shrug off derogatory (and preposterous, I might add) comments hurled at the BeeGees at a safe distance, that are utter poppycock. One word: Jealous, Jealous, Jealous. Robin will probably never be seen in an ad for men's suits (LOL!) but he's not here to be a model with nary well nothing in his head-- he creates, he sings like a bird, he's respected in the music industry, and he will go down in music history of one of the most phenomenal groups in the 20th century. I could find a trillion "handsome" guys who haven't an original thought in their fluffly little heads. They invariably fade away (except Cary Grant, but that's another story!). Bottom line: those in the KNOW know this "ugly" man has an undeniable beauty that keeps on growing.
Froggie

Shelby, NC

#4 Aug 24, 2011
I love the BeeGees---always have and always will!
brian livingstone

Liverpool, UK

#5 Nov 22, 2011
I am a huge fan of the Bee Gees,it is so sad that Robin is fighting cancer.He has always been slim,but to see the pictures of him now is heartbraking.His voice is so unique and is instantly recognised.It must be really tough on Barry that he could loose the last of his younger brothers,the Bee Gee,s will always be remembered for their unique vocals and a huge amount of hits,over 200 million record sales.I am praying for Robin to beat this horrible illness and hope that all his fans are doing likewise.
JUAN MANUEL

Spain

#6 Jan 1, 2012
OUR DEAR ROB BATTLES VERY BRAVE..HE HAS AN EXTRA ENERGY AND ALL THE SUPPORT FROM FANS..BRAVOOO..GOD BLESS HIM...WE LIKE MORE MUSIC FROM BARRY AND ROBIN
IS REALLY MAGIC...WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ON STAGE SOON AND WE FEEL YOUR FORCE AS PERSON AND ARTIST
Jane Gardina

Bowie, MD

#7 Jan 12, 2012
Love you, love you, love you! Wishing you all the best. I am praying for your health and family! Please get some rest! Love you, xoxo Janie
Rebecca

Sacramento, CA

#8 Apr 18, 2012
I love you! Always have, always will!

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