The pair briefly dated in the 80s, but Barker says the singer won't stop talking about her.
The 81-year-old singer made a surprise appearance at the British tennis tournament to mark 100 years of Centre Court
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The pair exchanged emails and best wishes as they both went through allegations of historic sexual abuse
The radio DJ and the 'Summer Holiday' singer are supporting a petition for anonymity for sexual offence suspects.
Cliff Richard has revealed that his loyal fans persuaded him to release his first festive single for 17 years. Of course, Sir Cliff is well known for his ability to knock out a Christmas hit or two, and he’s hoping that clearing his name will help him on his way to notching up his first festive Number 1 since Saviour’s Day back in 1990. The septuagenarian singer has a string of yuletide smashes to his name, and his previous number ones are: I Love You with the Shadows in 1960, Mistletoe and Wine in 1988, the Band Aid 2 single Do They Know It’s Christmas II in 1989, and Saviour’s Day the following year.
With Sir Cliff Richard currently SUING the BBC over their coverage of a police raid on his Berkshire home, you’d think he’d be a little reluctant to plonk his bum on the One Show sofa, wouldn’t you? Presenter Alex Jones couldn’t help but feel the same – and stunned Sir Cliff by raising the issue during a cosy chat on last night’s show. The 75-year-old singer has begun legal action against both the BBC and South Yorkshire police over allegations of sexual assault and the subsequent investigation. So why did Sir Cliff decided to go on the Beeb for a cosy chat?
Sir Cliff Richard has opened up about his decision to make peace with the four men who accused him of child abuse. The 76-year-old singer spoke about his two-year ordeal at the Pride of Britain Awards, his first public appearance since having his name cleared back in June. Speaking to Yahoo! Celeb the devout Christian said: “The first thing I did was forgive my accusers.
Sir Cliff Richard has claimed the the police were texting the BBC a “running commentary” of the raid on his Berkshire home after he was accused of historic sexual assault in 2014. The star was cleared of all charges made against him over the summer, and now Cliff is suing the BBC and South Yorkshire Police over the coverage the raid on his home received. The papers reportedly show that police press officer, Lesley Card, informed BBC crime correspondent, Dan Johnson, to the raid, texting Johnson: “Going in now, Dan”.
Sir Rod Stewart has publicly showcased his support to Sir Cliff Richard following a 22-month investigation into four sex abuse allegations. The star was accused of attacking the victims between 1958 and 1983, with all of the allegations against the singer being dropped without the star having ever been arrested or charged. Rod wants to help Cliff out.
Sir Cliff Richard has launched legal action against the BBC and South Yorkshire Police after a raid on his home was filmed from a helicopter and shown live on TV. Sir Cliff, 75, was the subject of a long-running police investigation based on allegations of historical sex offences dating between 1958 and 1983 made by four men. The singer has always denied the allegations, and the Crown Prosecution Services (CPS) discontinued the case in June on the grounds of insufficient evidence.
It has been reported that Cliff Richard is unable to eat or sleep after a second person challenged the CPS ruling to not proceed with historic sex abuse claims. Back in June, the Crown Prosecution Service said that there was insufficient evidence to prosecute the singer over the allegations that were made by four men, with the alleged assaults taking place between 1958 and the early 1980s. Cliff has always strongly denied the claims against him, and now The Sun have reported that he is suffering from insomnia and unable to eat due to the stress of the appeals.
Sir Cliff Richard was cleared of sex abuse allegations back in June, but now the Crown Prosecution Service has placed the case back under review as one of his accusers has challenged the decision not to prosecute him. The case was dismissed when the CPS ruled that there was “insufficient evidence” to bring charges against the 75-year-old star after considering claims made by four men, dating between 1958 and 1983.
Earlier this year, Sir Cliff Richard was cleared of historical sexual abuse and now the distressed star is reportedly planning his musical comeback. Former Radio 1 DJ and friend of the star, Mike Read, told The Sun: “Cliff is going to release his new album this year now that he’s cleared his name.
Cliff Richard is set to break his lengthy silence in an exclusive interview with Gloria Hunniford, which will be broadcast on ITV later this week. Showbiz reporter Rylan Clark-Neal revealed that the hour-long installment would be shown in full during Wednesday’s (June 22) Loose Women at 12.30pm, with “snippets” being revealed throughout Good Morning Britain, Lorraine and This Morning beforehand. The veteran singer, 75, has already recorded the interview with his long-time friend Gloria, 76, despite the Crown Prosecution Service only dropping abuse claims on Thursday (June 16).
TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has spoken out in support of Cliff Richard following his acquittal for child sex abuse claims. “At a time in his life when he should have been taking it easy and looking back over his career with satisfaction and a sense of achievement, Cliff has had no peace of mind.
Cliff Richard has become “consumed” by the sexual assault allegations against him, his old pal Gloria Hunniford has revealed. Talking about how the accusations had caused an almost “unbearable” strain on the 75-year-old, his friend of nearly 50 years said Richard has become a shadow of his former self and can “think and talk about nothing else”. Allegations against the singer, below with Hunniford, were made in early 2014, leading to police raiding his Berkshire home.
It has been reported that Sir Cliff Richard is struggling with the investigation into allegations that he sexually abused a teenage boy. The iconic musician’s home was raised by South Yorkshire Police back in 2014 and it is thought that the investigation will be ongoing for another few months. Cliff’s close friend, David Wigg, has now opened up about the case - admitting that he is “appalled” by how long the process is taking.