'Maurice Gibb is my long-lost father... DNA tests prove it'
From birth Nick Endacott was put up for adoption, and at 18 months old he was finally adopted.
Unsure of where he came from, Nick spent years searching for his biological parents, until in 2003 he was reunited with his birth mother.
Instead of closure, Nick’s journey took a detour. Misinformed of his father's identity, Nick took matters into his own hands and sent off a DNA swab to an ancestry service.
The results revealed a match - a half brother named Adam Gibb, who just so happened to be the son of Bee Gees legend Maurice Gibb.
Only two weeks since finding out this information Nick joins us now to discuss his initial reaction, his uncanny similarities to the Gibbs, and why this life-changing result has finally given him the closure he was after.