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Rock Legend Roundup: Sir Cliff, Sir Tom, and Sir Paul
- Sir Cliff Richard shows off an Adonis bod at 70. It’s for his 2011 calendar, and he tells The Daily Mail: “I heard that 60 is the new 40 so I am making 70 the new 50. If you can prolong your life and hold off death for a while, why not? I would like to play tennis for my 100th birthday and I will.” For comparison’s sake, check out Cliff 30 years ago singing his classic duet “Suddenly” alongside Olivia Newton-John. It holds up like a finely aged Cheddar.
- Sir Tom Jones says, at 70, he’s “in better voice now” than ever, and adds, “Except maybe for Elvis, there’s never been a more versatile singer than me and, to be truthful, I can’t think of anyone around who sings better.” (Daily Mail)
- Audio evidence of a collaboration between Sir Paul McCartney, 68, and Travis frontman Fran Healy. (Entertainment Weekly)
- The future Sir Mark Ronson, is producing D’Angelo‘s first album in a decade. Will it hit stores before Amy Winehouse‘s comeback release? (Rolling Stone)
- Den of Geek rounds up reaction to the announcement that Doctor Who Season 6 will be split into two parts.
- Returns for Sherlock and Luther are officially official. (BBC NEWS)
- UK broadcaster ITV’s 2011 lineup has been revealed: it includes a legal thriller starring James Purefoy, a detective drama from At Home with the Braithwaites creator Sally Wainwright starring Lesley Sharp, and a “character-based” legal drama from Peter Morgan.
- Graham Norton will take over Jonathan Ross‘ Friday night time slot in the UK. (The Stage)
- Top Gear co-host James May teaches you how to seduce – with a little help from his friend Ludwig. (Telegraph)
- David Beckham, Gordon Ramsay, and their kids have a playdate. (The Sun)