British Singer and TV personality, Cilla Black died– Saturday, at the age of 72, Cilla Black died at her home in Spain, she is known to be the first woman to have her own primetime chat show, the performer, whose show business career spanned 50 years.
The Singer and TV personality engaging and phenomenal capacity for hard work propelled her to become one of the country’s most successful and well paid performer.
The Liverpool-born star shot to fame in the 1960s with the number one singles Anyone Who Had A Heart and You’re My World.
Priscilla Maria Veronica White, Black began her career as a part-time cloakroom attendant at the famous Cavern Club in Liverpool
Cilla Black had flown to Spain last week with one of his sons and was staying at her whitewashed stone villa in Estepona, near Marbella, on the Costa del Sol. Spanish police have said they believe Black died of natural causes, but this is yet to be confirmed. Police spokesman said: ” We are still awaiting autopsy results but everything at this stage is pointing towards her death being the result of natural causes.”
Cilla Back publicist Nick Fiveash said: “It is with deep sorrow that I confirm today the passing of Singer and TV personality Cilla Black, details of her death will be announced following the coroner’s report, her family have asked for their privacy to be respected at this time.” he added.
Cilla Black’s eldest son and manager Robert, who is in Spain with his mother was not at Cilla’s home, he is thought to be staying at another house nearby. One of his friend said, ” He is obviously very upset at what happened and does not want to talk publicly about it at the moment.” IMAGE/independent.com