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Bee Gee Robin Gibb says he's improving

FILE - In this Wednesday, May 26, 2010 file photo Robin Gibb arrives at the 'American Idol' finale in Los Angeles. Bee Gee Robin Gibb says on his website Wednesday Nov. 23, 2011, that he is recovering from a serious illness. Gibb's extremely gaunt appearance and the cancellation of several public appearances have sparked fears that he is seriously ill. He was hospitalized last month with colon inflammation and other problems but has been discharged. FILE - In this Wednesday, May 26, 2010 file photo Robin Gibb arrives at the "American Idol" finale in Los Angeles. Bee Gee Robin Gibb says on his website Wednesday Nov. 23, 2011, that he is recovering from a serious illness. Gibb's extremely gaunt appearance and the cancellation of several public appearances have sparked fears that he is seriously ill. He was hospitalized last month with colon inflammation and other problems but has been discharged. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, file)
November 23, 2011
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LONDON—Bee Gee Robin Gibb says on his website that he is recovering from a serious illness.

The star says he has been "very unwell" but is now "on the road to recovery."

Gibb's extremely gaunt appearance and the cancellation of several public appearances have sparked fears that he is seriously ill. He was hospitalized last month with colon inflammation and other problems but has been discharged.

The 61-year-old Gibb thanked his fans Wednesday for their messages of support. He said he was grateful for their prayers and good wishes.

The Bee Gees have sold millions of records and are best known for the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack which includes the hit "Stayin' Alive."

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