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British television network ITV honoured this milestone with a one-off entertainment special which aired on 16 October 2013.
The show, called The One & Only Cilla Black, featured Black herself and was hosted by Paul O'Grady.
Her first audition was a failure, partly because of nerves, and partly because the Beatles (who supported her) played the songs in their usual vocal key rather than re-pitching them for Black's voice.
I'd chosen to do "Summertime", but at the very last moment I wished I hadn't.
The single beat Warwick's recording into the UK charts and rose to No.
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Determined to become an entertainer, Cilla White gained a part-time job as a cloakroom attendant at Liverpool's Cavern Club, best known for its connection with the Beatles.She was featured in an article in the first edition of the local music newspaper Mersey Beat by the paper's publisher, Bill Harry, who mistakenly referred to her as Cilla Black, rather than her real surname, White.She then took the name Black as part of her stage name.Despite an appearance on ABC Television's popular Thank Your Lucky Stars, the single peaked at a modest No.