Stars pay their respects to Cilla Black

Much-loved television presenter and singer Cilla Black died in her home in Spain today aged 72, her publicist has confirmed.

Celebrities took to their social media pages to share their condolences and memories of the star, including fellow Liverpudlians and former Beatles Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr and film star Russell Crowe.

Sir Paul said: "It was a privilege to know and love her".

Tell GMB what you loved about Cilla

What was special about Cilla to you?

Cilla Black pictured in 1964

Today we mourn the legendary Cilla Black, who passed away in her home in Spain, aged 72. We'll be talking about the much-loved singer and television personality on Monday's show and meanwhile would like you to tell us what it was about Cilla that you loved.

Was it her huge heart and penchant for helping others? Perhaps you admired her singing voice and red hair, or maybe her Liverpudlian roots made you think fondly of her? Whatever you love about Cilla we want to hear it!

Get in touch via Facebook, Twitter or by emailing gmb@itv.com before 8am Monday 3 August and we may use your comments on the show.

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