‘The Daily Mail’ gets over enthusiastic in sharing news of creepy crackpot crooner Sir Cliff Richard’s new album, ‘Music… The Air That I Breathe’ whilst only 18 fans react on YouTube.
A year after bouncing around cryptically announcing “they’re never going to take me down” with his disastrous Rise Up album, creepy crackpot Christian crooner Sir Cliff Richard has returned to share what the Daily Mail’s Eve Buckland bizarrely termed his “dashing looks.”
Going further of a man she also rather over ambitiously described as a “singing legend,” Buckland joined the soppy singer in moaning about the “star’s” songs not being played on the radio often enough as “unfair.” She also announced the arrival of his “newest music,” Music… The Air That I Breathe.
Surprisingly, however, Buckland did not reference the most famous ever crier-on-the-kitchen-floor and self-declared “genuine international celebrity’s” previous claims of being supposedly cheated out of winning Eurovision by General Franco. She also avoided the issue of his calendar sales “leaving David Beckham standing” (whilst actually flopping) and strangely made no mention of his friendships with Lord Boothby, Rolf Harris, the Kray brothers and Sir Jimmy Savile. Funny that. She’s most definitely a Faithful One.
Pictured top: Emboldened plainly by another visit to the botox bar, Sir Cliff Richard announced his ‘Music… The Air That I Breathe’ on YouTube on Tuesday 29th September. One of just 18 fans that reacted to him sharing this news and informing them that they’d have to pre-order responded by moaning: “Don’t make us wait a month.” An orderly queue is most definitely not required.