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Friday, 2 October 2009

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Singer, Sir Cliff Richard, 89, has agreed to a request from Buckingham Palace to admit that he has had several face lifts in exchange for a hereditary peerage in the Queen's New Year Honors List.

He has even promised to admit to botox and abrasive laser resurfacing treatments.

"Such admissions on the part of Cliff are most extraordinary because he has always denied having had any kind of rejuvenation treatment," said Mick Haggered, another English singer.

But, the deal struck, the Peter Pan of Pop, will from next year be able to call himself Lord Cliff Richard, and his first-born son will one day inherit the title.

Yes, Cliff is to start a family.

This, according to Mr. Haggered, won't be a problem because Cliff has fallen madly in love with Susan Boyle.

Said Mr.Haggered: "Cliff has proposed and Susan has accepted. They are to be married on Christmas Day. They chose this day because of its connection with virginity, both of them still being virgins. Cliff, because he was saving himself for the right woman, and Susan, for the same reason."

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