Cliff Richard ‘locked himself in the toilets’ and refused to watch after Eurovision loss

Cliff Richard ‘locked himself in the toilets’ and refused to watch after Eurovision loss

He sang Power To All Our Friends, but, once again he failed to win and came in third place.

Speaking about Cliff’s loss against Spain, Eurovision expert Dr Paul Jordan said: “In 1968 Cliff Richard was a big favourite with his song Congratulations, people were expecting him to win.”

He explained that Cliff gave a confident performance at the time, but when the results came around, the nerves started to set in.

Eurovision historian, Gordon Roxburgh went on to explain: “During the voting, he didn’t want to watch it.”

Published at Fri, 13 May 2022 21:22:00 +0000