The burglary was believed to have been planned to take place during the late entertainer's funeral next Thursday.
Cilla Black’s home in south of England has been the intended target of a burglary that is believed to have been planned for during her funeral next week. According to her publicist, a hole in the fence surrounding her property in Denham, Buckinghamshire was discovered last week.
Nick Fiveash said in a statement that 24-hour security had been stepped up at the late star’s home after a hole was found in the perimeter fence on Friday (August 14th), just days before Cilla’s funeral is due to be held in the city of Liverpool next Thursday. Nothing has been stolen from the property, but a number of valuables have been removed to another, more secure location as a precaution.
Cilla Black's Buckinghamshire home is believed to have been the intended target of burglars
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Cilla Black fans have spoken out about their love for the entertainer in the only way they know how - by buying the singer’s The Best Of album and catapulting it up to number 14 in the album chart. This is Cilla’s highest charting album in 47 years and her first entry into the Top 20 for 30 years.
Cilla Black's voice is back in the Top 20 after a long wait
Fans also pulled out all the stops to get Anyone Who Has A Heart in the Top 40 singles chart but it narrowly missed out, instead making it into 41st place.
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The pathologist's report details the late presenter's final hours, concluding that a fall led to a rare form of stroke that caused her death.
The results of a post-mortem investigation into the death of Cilla Black at the weekend have been released to the press, revealing that the much-loved presenter most likely died as a result of hitting her head on a wall after falling over backwards on the sun terrace at her Spanish holiday home.
The document stated that the force of the impact left the 72 year old unconscious and caused a rare form of stroke. The report also confirmed that she had been alone at the time of the accident, and that she might possibly have been saved if she had been found earlier.
The inquiry into Cilla Black's death suggests she fell and hit her head
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Hopkins' calling out of celebrity mourners on Twitter upset many, including her former 'Apprentice' boss.
Sir Alan Sugar has told his former protégé Katie Hopkins to “shut up” and called her an idiot, criticising her poorly-timed tweets mocking celebrities who have been mourning the death of Cilla Black over the last 24 hours.
The oft-controversial former ‘Apprentice’ and ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ star Hopkins, now a columnist for The Sun, sparked outrage on Sunday (August 2nd) when she took aim at the amount of tributes that were pouring in for the 72 year old on Twitter. She wrote “If there are any celebrities who haven't yet tweeted their sadness over Cilla, please report to Sincerity Services immediately #rushtogush.”
Sir Alan Sugar slammed former 'Apprentice' contestant Katie Hopkins for her comments over Cilla Black's death
The singer and TV presenter enjoyed a career in showbiz lasting over 50 years.
Tributes are pouring in for British TV star and singer Cilla Black who has died at her Spanish home at the age of 72. The news of the 72 year old’s death was confirmed by her publicist Nick Fiveash, who said in a statement, ’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.’
Cilla Black has died aged 72.
Black was said to have travelled to the city of Marbella in the south of Spain where she owns a property, with one of her three sons a few days ago. When news of the star’s untimely passing broke a local police spokesman confirmed the death and added, ‘We are still awaiting autopsy results but everything at this stage is pointing towards her death being the result of natural causes.’