Christian crooner Cliff Richard yet again gets given a platform to spin a yarn (or fifteen) on ‘Loose Women’ – how utterly gross
On Tuesday, Cliff Richard announced “he would rather ten sex offenders escape than one innocent man suffer” on that pillar of revoltingness that is ITV1’s Loose Women.
“Outrage” rightly ensued amongst viewers according to the Mirror, but that this strange victim of the surgeon’s knife was allowed half an hour of airtime on a prime daytime channel is quite beyond ludicrous.
Aside from using airtime to bang on about his “next chapter” and promote his inglorious new album (the on-air performance was vomit inducing), this stranger-than-strange individual went on about his apologist ‘bestie’ Gloria Hunniford (on air to toadily support him; ‘Glo-ing Me, Glo-ing You’) “wheeling him onto the stage at the Albert Hall.” He then played a ‘game’ with her.
During ‘Sir Cliff and Gloria test their friendship,’ each was asked to sum up their friendship in three words. He used six: “She is fab, she is mad” whilst the Northern Irish busybody got even more carried away. Her description? “He is a fab-u-lous friend.” Truly ghastly.