BBC Breakfast blunder as Gary Barlow unable to play live on show 'Can't get any worse!'


Charlie Stayt and Naga Munchetty were left bemused on Friday’s BBC Breakfast when Gary Barlow admitted he couldn’t perform for them live despite bringing a keyboard along with him. The Take That star was discussing his new theatrical stage show which sees him narrate the journey of his life alongside music from his career.

At the end of the interview, Charlie remarked: “I’m so disappointed we didn’t have the correct charger for your keyboard.”

Gary replied: “Next time, next time. No one said bring the charger.”

“I assumed it was battery operated,” Charlie quipped and Gary explained: “This is [from] 1980.”

“They did have batteries in the 1980s,” Naga joked. 

“Gary Barlow has brought his bontempi with him. God help us all……. #BBCBreakfast,” @simongalcock said. 

“Gary Barlow has turned up on BBC Breakfast with a keyboard described as ‘sadly’ not working. Interesting take on ‘sadly’,” @ColinGoffin added.

However, @Imtherealanon disagreed: “Gary Barlow always comes across as such a gentleman and an all-round nice chap. I love his music and his creativity. #BBCBreakfast.”

“Gary Barlow, still got it…beautiful man Xxxxx #BBCBreakfast,” @SallyPrice4 shared.

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