We chat to Gary Barlow
SPIN presenter Sarina Bellissimo caught up with Gary Barlow for a chat this week.
They spoke about his family, making music with Michael Bublé and loads more.
Sarina asked the artist how he's coping in lockdown.
He revealed he's actually in self isolation at the moment, away from his family.
Before he carried on, Gary assured Sarina he's absolutely fine and doesn't have the virus.
It turns out he has a number of TV appearances lined up for next week.
He's worried his daughter will return home from school with news that there's been a positive case in her class.
As a result, his TV appearances and promotion for his new album would all have to be cancelled.
The singer admitted he's loving the time to himself.
"I'm here by myself. I've got the bed to myself, I can stay up until whenever I want, it's fantastic."
Sarina asked him if the pandemic has made him nervous about TV appearances.
Gary admitted, "I'm not bothered about catching this thing, I'm more bothered if I make someone else ill."
"I don't want that to live with but no I'm not that bothered when I'm out there."
"I am trying to be careful but no, I'm excited."
He continued, "Maybe you're meant to be feeling right now like you shouldn't get excited about anything but to me it's like, this is where we are."
"There's nothing we can do about it."
"It's like just get on with it."
Gary understands many people have lost their lives and there are some very tragic stories right now.
But he thinks we all need to, "keep pushing on."
Watch Gary's full interview with Sarina here:
Gary's new album Music Played By Humans is out today.