Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb blushing after host asks him risqué question about his 'tight pants' 

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Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb left blushing after The Sunday Project's Lisa Wilkinson asks him VERY risqué question about his 'tight pant

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Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb left blushing after The Sunday Project’s Lisa Wilkinson asks him VERY risqué question about his ‘tight pants’

Sir Barry Gibb has certainly been asked his fair share of racy questions during his decades-long career. 

However, the Bee Gees legend was left blushing after Australian TV host Lisa Wilkinson took a rather keen interest in his trousers this weekend. 

The 74-year-old musician appeared on The Sunday Project where Lisa, 61, said she rather appreciated his ‘tight pants’ – referring to the group’s penchant for wearing very unforgiving trousers – when she was a teenage girl. 

Giggles: Sir Barry Gibb (pictured) has certainly been asked his fair share of racy questions during his decades-long career. However, the Bee Gees legend was left blushing after Australian TV host Lisa Wilkinson took a rather keen interest in his trousers this weekend

Giggles: Sir Barry Gibb (pictured) has certainly been asked his fair share of racy questions during his decades-long career. However, the Bee Gees legend was left blushing after Australian TV host Lisa Wilkinson took a rather keen interest in his trousers this weekend

Lisa told the superstar:  ‘I have to tell you, Barry, I was a teenager in the ’70s when [the Staying Alive music video] came out.’

‘Oh those white pants. I want to say, belatedly, thank you,’ the veteran TV host added, gushingly.  

Barry giggled awkwardly before joking: ‘I remember how difficult they were to get on and how difficult to get off.’ 

A fan: The 74-year-old musician appeared on The Sunday Project where Lisa, 61, (pictured) said she appreciated his 'tight pants' - referring to the group's penchant for wearing very unforgiving trousers. 'Oh those white pants. I want to say, belatedly, thank you,' she said

A fan: The 74-year-old musician appeared on The Sunday Project where Lisa, 61, (pictured) said she appreciated his ‘tight pants’ – referring to the group’s penchant for wearing very unforgiving trousers. ‘Oh those white pants. I want to say, belatedly, thank you,’ she said 

Barry giggled awkwardly before joking: 'I remember how difficult they were to get on and how difficult to get off'

Barry giggled awkwardly before joking: ‘I remember how difficult they were to get on and how difficult to get off’

Flashback: Lisa then asked if the skintight outfits had any effect on the group's singing. 'Did that give the falsettos extra oomph?' she asked. 'Are you suggesting that the tight pants were responsible for the falsetto? I take issue with that!' Barry joked. The Bees are pictured in 1977

Flashback: Lisa then asked if the skintight outfits had any effect on the group’s singing. ‘Did that give the falsettos extra oomph?’ she asked. ‘Are you suggesting that the tight pants were responsible for the falsetto? I take issue with that!’ Barry joked. The Bees are pictured in 1977

Undeterred, Lisa pressed on – asking if the skintight outfits had any effect on the group’s singing. 

‘Did that give the falsettos extra oomph?’ she asked.  ‘Took you up half an octave?’ 

‘Are you suggesting that the tight pants were responsible for the falsetto? I take issue with that!’ Barry joked, blushing, before adding: ‘I thought your voice got deeper’.  

Barry was on the show to promote his new  album, Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1. 

New:  Barry was on the show to promote his new album, Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1

New:  Barry was on the show to promote his new album, Greenfields: The Gibb Brothers Songbook, Vol. 1

Barry re-imagined 11 Bee Gees songs and one unreleased track of his own on the country album alongside singers like like Dolly Parton, Sheryl Crow, Keith Urban, Olivia Newton-John, and Little Big Town. 

In seeking out some other genres of music, Barry hoped to break out of the ‘disco’ mold. 

‘It was a project – a bit like making a film,’ the singer told NPR last week. ‘You become a character and you try to fit in with the soundtrack. … But reinventing yourself is, to me, the greatest fun of all,’ he added. 

Stars: Barry re-imagined 11 Bee Gees songs and one unreleased track of his own on the country album alongside singers like like Dolly Parton (right) Sheryl Crow, Keith Urban, Olivia Newton-John, and Little Big Town

Stars: Barry re-imagined 11 Bee Gees songs and one unreleased track of his own on the country album alongside singers like like Dolly Parton (right) Sheryl Crow, Keith Urban, Olivia Newton-John, and Little Big Town 

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