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Gary Barlow refuses to let his children watch overly sexual music videos

Take That superstar Gary Barlow has revealed that he monitors the music videos that his kids watch because he doesn't want to expose them to the scantily clad, overly-sexual pop stars at such impressionable ages.

Barlow confessed to Britain's The Sun newspaper that as a parent to 2 children, Daniel, 13, Emily 11, and Daisy, four, he is mindful of what he lets them watch and would prefer they didn't see certain music videos due to their more adult and provocative nature:

"Music is an expression and an art form and however they want to express it is fine. If you don't want to watch it or listen to it, there's an off button. These singers are young, sexy girls, of course they are going to express themselves like that. But I don't let my kids watch it. I probably wouldn't let them watch anything like that. It's too sexual for them."

Earlier this week, the hitmaker confirmed that his brand new solo album, entitled 'Since I Saw You Last', is due to be released on November 25 and his new single, called 'Let Me Go', will be unveiled a week before on November 17.






Watch his music video for 'Let Me Go' here: