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When Jimmy Osmond met Fred & Sangeeta!

Little Jimmy Osmond hit UK headlines in 1972 as the youngest person to get a no1 in the charts with Long Haired Lover of Liverpool - he was just nine and it put him in Guinness Book of records.

Jimmy started singing as a three year-old with his famous family, The Osmonds, as backing singers on the Andy Williams Show and has continued to have a lifetime in show business.

He' sung with the greats, Elvis & Michael Jackson - five decades later he"s still singing and totally charmed Fred and Sangeeta.

Winchester Hat Fair this weekend

Winchester Hat Fair was founded in 1974 Credit: ITV

Winchester Hat Fair takes place this weekend.

It is the UK’s longest running festival of outdoor arts.

Founded in 1974 by Jonathan Kay, Hat Fair inspires and is inspired by the people, heritage and public spaces within the city of Winchester.

Initially conceived as a busking festival, the event takes its name from the tradition of the audience putting money in the hat at the end of the show.

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Thousands expected at George Michael's birthday tribute

Credit: PA Wire

Thousands of George Michael fans will be heading to Goring-on-Thames to mark what would have been his fifty fourth birthday.

The singer died at his Oxfordshire home on Christmas day.

A series of events are planned including a charity fundraiser in aid of one of the charities he supported.

Sir Cliff Richard back on tour in the South

After sixty years in showbusiness, you might have thought Sir Cliff Richard would be taking things easy. But the singer, who lives in Sunningdale in Berkshire, has just recorded a new album and is back on tour...

On Sunday he'll be performing at Stansted Park on the Hampshire/Sussex boirder. It comes after police were forced to apologise to Sir Cliff, when they dropped their investigation into sex abuse claims. Now he just wants to get on with making music. Kevin Ashford went to meet him

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