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Cliff Richard official 2019 calendar (Picture: Amazon)
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Its October and therefore time to start thinking about Christmas presents – and what better gift for your mum/auntie/grandma/best friend than the 2019 Cliff Richard calendar?

Now, okay, unlike 2018s calendar, this one doesnt feature Cliff in Barbados sipping on a tropical cocktail, perched on a rock in front of a yacht with rope thrown over his shoulder and his nautical-striped shirt unbuttoned to the waist, or a saucy double denim number.

But it does feature Cliff doing what he does best, performing on stage.

Cliff Richard official 2019 calendar (Picture: Amazon)
June is looking bright (Picture: Amazon)

And it sure is bright, with a pop art splash of crazy colours on each page along with an image of Cliff performing to his adoring fans.

Cliff has sold more than 1.5 million calendars over four decades and his latest will be sure to add to that number.

Cliff Richard official 2019 calendar (Picture: Amazon)
January kicks off with a bang (Picture: Amazon)
Cliff Richard official 2019 calendar (Picture: Amazon)
2019 is looking up (Picture: Amazon)
Cliff Richard official 2019 calendar (Picture: Amazon)
Lots to celebrate here (Picture: Amazon)

2019 looks like it could be a good year for Cliff and his fans, as the crooner was awarded more than £200,000 in damages earlier in the year after winning a privacy case over the corporations coverage of a police raid on his home.

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Sir Cliff argued the BBCs reporting of the South Yorkshire Police raid in 2014 on his Sunningdale home in Berkshire, which was part of an investigation into historical child sex allegations, was a serious invasion of privacy.

The singer took legal action following the BBCs coverage of the polices investigation after a man made an allegation to the Metropolitan Police, claiming he had been sexually assaulted by Sir Cliff at an event at Sheffield Uniteds Bramall Lane in 1985 when he was a child.

The 77-year-old singer said he was choked up following the High Court judges ruling to give him £210,000 but the BBCs Director of News, Fran Unsworth, later said the corporation would be looking at appealing against the judgment which the pop star described as wonderful news.

The singer cried as the verdict was delivered and hugged supporters in the courtroom, while fans outside sang his 1970 number one hit Congratulations in celebration.

MORE: Sir Cliff Richard leads fans in round of booing aimed at BBC after winning privacy case

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