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TV personality Carol Vorderman has told ITV News that Bee Gees star Robin Gibbs had a "deep sense of justice" and that Gibbs was involved heavily in charitable pursuits.
Vorderman said that it was the Bee Gees star who instigated the 'bomber command memorial fund' for World War II soldiers.
Veteran singer Cliff Richard has told ITV News that the death of Bee Gees star Robin Gibbs was "shocking". Richard said the Bee Gees were his "favourite band of all time" and said their vast array of musical work was "fantastic".
John Travolta who danced his way to stardom in Saturday Night Fever to the Bee Gees' distinctive soundtrack, paid tribute to Robin Gibb today. Travolta said:
"I thought Robin was one of themost wonderful people - gifted, generous and a real friend to everyone he knew.And we'll miss him."
"The Who" singer Roger Daltrey and Robin Gibb's cousin Justine Gibb speak about the Bee Gees star following his death. Daltrey said Gibb was a "lovely guy" and that he was able to "move" people as a singer.
The Who's Roger Daltry has told ITV News Robin Gibb moved him with his voice - and he's very sorry he's gone. He sent his sympathies to Robin Gibb's family.
Ringo Starr told of his admiration for the Bee Gees' vocal talents as he visited the Chelsea Flower Show today.
Starr said: "God bless him and God bless his family. The Bee Gees from our era were quite important, especially the harmonies.
"I didn't know him that well, I knew Maurice more than the other two, but he had a great voice and they wrote great songs."
Bill Gates, the Brisbane disc jockey who claims to have been the first to play a Bee Gees record on the radio, said Robin Gibb's voice was "unique".
For more on the tributes paid to Robin Gibb visit ITV Meridian.
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Our Correspondent Nina Nannar recalls the incredible meeting she had with Robin Gibb last October and the performance that made her cry.
Robin Gibb has died at the age of 62 following a lengthy battle with cancer his family have announced.