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It's been a while since many of us have seen these sort of quantities from the now allocated producers we enjoy (sorry - he couldn't part with his Overnoy).
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“He had collapsed a few times but one morning he fell to the floor as soon as he got out of bed and I couldn’t get him up. But neither of us, for a second, thought he wouldn’t come home.” During rehearsals the hospital rang to tell Dame Cleo and her daughter to come immediately. And yet Dame Cleo, her daughter and son Alec, also a musician took to the stage that evening. We were joined at the hip.” And so it was that, as the applause faded, Dame Cleo stepped forward to announce that her husband of 52 years had died that day. She and her younger siblings were sent to singing and dancing lessons.
It is the run-of-the-mill, the mundane even, that Cleo Laine misses most. “In the last months of his life, Johnny had carers who would come in to dress him.
The unchanging routine, comfortingly predictable, reassuringly familiar, that one takes for granted. He liked to look flamboyant in brightly coloured shirts.
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