Barry Gibb admits that it's 'difficult' to watch new Bee Gees documentary

Last surviving Bee Gees member Barry Gibb admits that it's 'difficult' to watch footage of the band after the death of his brothers Robin and Maurice

By J. Peterson For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 22:40 GMT, 27 November 2020 | Updated: 22:41 GMT, 27 November 2020

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A new documentary on the Bee Gees' legendary career is set to be released on HBO in the coming weeks. 

And in a new interview to promote the upcoming project, the band's last surviving member Barry Gibb has admitted that it will be 'difficult' to watch the doc following the death of his brothers Robin and Maurine. 

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'I have to admit that it's really difficult to watch your family that no longer exists, who is no longer here,' the 74-year-old revealed on the Today show on Friday.

Heartache: Barry Gibb has admitted that it will be 'difficult' to watch a new documentary on the Bee Gees following the death of his brothers Robin and Maurine

Heartache: Barry Gibb has admitted that it will be 'difficult' to watch a new documentary on the Bee Gees following the death of his brothers Robin and Maurine 

'That's a tough one. I always had that issue. I always had that problem,' he added.  

Maurice died in 2003 at age 53 due to complications of a twisted intestine. Robin died in 2012 at 62, following a battle with bowel cancer. 

They also had a younger brother, Andy, who died of inflammation of the heart at age 30.

Gone but not forgotten: Maurice (left) died in 2003 at age 53 due to complications of a twisted intestine. Robin (right) died in 2012 at 62, following a battle with bowel cancer

Gone but not forgotten: Maurice (left) died in 2003 at age 53 due to complications of a twisted intestine. Robin (right) died in 2012 at

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