Now he faces fresh questions over his personal life as a result of the police investigation into an allegation of child sex abuse dating back to I hope not. If I was gay would it make any difference?
Borrowing a double decker bus for a mobile home, four young mechanics search for fun in the sun from London to Athens. Bachelor Boy Cliff Richard dons his dancing shoes and brings a beat to the beach in the breeziest Summer Holiday on record! Garage mechanic Don Cliff Richard persuades London Transport to loan him an old double-decker bus, which he and his mates transform into a hotel on wheels for a road trip across Europe.
That will go with me to my grave. And the reason for keeping huge parts of his personal life private? He thinks the press can be quite ruthless.
Henry Rollins, Ian MacKaye and Ray Cappo are fierce-eyed, high-IQ exponents of straight edge — the no-drink, no-drugs frontier of rock'n'roll that spawned an army of believers bearing the triple X symbol on the backs of their hands. The scene has spent 30 years burrowing into the American psyche — even arriving in the mainstream via a straight-edge wrestler, the faintly silly CM Punk. In the UK, hardcore fiends like Gallows have taken up the lifestyle. But is the movement ready to go mainstream by adopting a new hero in the shape of Cliff Richard?
Sir Cliff Richard has addressed long-running rumours about his sexuality, asking a television interviewer: "If I was gay would it make any difference? The veteran singer, who has never married, said speculation about his possible homosexuality was painful when he was younger but that it had ceased to concern him. The year-old, best known for hits such as Bachelor Boy and Summer Holidaytackled rumours about his private life in a candid interview for the Australian television programme A Current Affairwhich was broadcast on Friday night.
Not yet. This article was first published on this my personal blog-site just over two years ago on 19 August In this way, this article has evolved into a chronological history of this case of sexual abuse claims against Cliff Richard, whose real name is Harry Webb.
By Charlie Bayliss For Mailonline. Sir Cliff Richard has revealed he tries to avoid being photographed with children for fear of being wrongly labelled a paedophile. The pop legend said the televised police raid on his home following false accusations he molested a teenage boy has tarnished his reputation forever.
The veteran singer, who has never married, said speculation about his possible homosexuality was painful when he was younger but it had ceased to concern him. The year-old tackled rumours about his private life in a candid interview for the Australian television programme A Current Affair. It did when I was young. It hurt my family a lot, of course.
It's tough, I know. All we have to do now is vote to determine the order in which the songs will appear on the list. I'd appreciate it if you can do it within the next 48 hours, so that I can start the presentation on Friday.