Gary Barlow puts on a geek-chic display in edgy circular glasses at Magic Radio station

It was recently confirmed that he will be replacing Simon Cowell on his new talent show Walk The Line.

And on Monday, Gary Barlow, 50, put in an appearance at Magic Radio as he joined hosts Ronan Keating, 44, and Harriet Scott, 49 for the show.

The former Take That singer put on a casual display as he wrapped up warm in a slate grey jumper – a far cry from his usual suited and booted attire.  

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Autumn chic: Gary Barlow put on a casual display for an appearance at Magic Radio station after he replaced Simon Cowell on his new talent show, on Monday

Cosy: The former Take That singer put on a casual display as he wrapped up warm in a slate grey jumper – a far cry from his usual suited and booted attire

The talent judge accessorised with a pair of circular black rimmed glasses, adding some edge to his geek-chic autumn look. 

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He wore a tight pair of dark blue skinny jeans and added some tan suede chelsea boots to complete his ensemble. 

Gary posed for photos by the studios Christmas decorations which featured two lit up trees, a nutcracker and candy canes as the station appeared to go all out for the festive season. 

He was later pictured with other guests, radio presenter James Barr and singer Fleur East.

Festive: He posed for photos by the studios Christmas decorations which featured two lit up trees, a nutcracker and candy canes

Hosts: The judge joined hosts Ronan Keating, 44, and Harriet Scott, 49 for the show at Magic 

Pals: He was later pictured with other guests, radio presenter James Barr and singer Fleur East

This comes as he has been brought in to replace Simon Cowell on his new talent show, Walk The Line.

It was announced last month that Simon had stepped down to focus on his family commitments instead.  

The music mogul will now be replaced by Gary, someone he’s confident ‘will do a fantastic job.’

New show: This comes as he has been brought in to replace Simon Cowell on his new talent show, Walk The Line

The anticipated six-part series is set to air later this year and will present an opportunity for musical variety acts to win a life-changing sum of money.

The show was set to represent Simon’s return to primetime TV judging after the plug was pulled on The X Factor earlier this year – but the star has confirmed his role will be limited to behind the camera.  

According to reports in The Sun, Simon’s decision to step down comes with hopes he will be able to spend more time with his partner Lauren Silverman and their seven-year-old son Eric.

Despite not appearing on screen – a contrast to what UK and US audiences have become accustomed to over the past two decades – Simon will take on the role of executive producer.

Stepping down: It was revealed last month that 62-year-old Simon Cowell had himself stepped down from the six-part series’ judging panel