Lulu shouts about Who Do You Think You Are?

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1964 Top of The pops

Ap­peared on the mu­sic show, aged 15, with her first big hit Shout, which reached num­ber seven in the charts.

1967 To sir, with Love

Sang the theme tune of this hit Bri­tish drama, as well as mak­ing her film de­but as one of the trou­ble­some pupils of an in­spi­ra­tional teacher played by Sid­ney Poitier.

1969 euro­vi­sion song Con­test

Af­ter mar­ry­ing her first hus­band,

Mau­rice Gibb of the Bee Gees, she sang Boom Bang-a-bang in the com­pe­ti­tion and was crowned joint win­ner with three other coun­tries.

1987 The grow­ing pains of adrian mole

Took over from Julie Wal­ters in the role of the teenager’s mother Pauline in the adap­ta­tion of the sec­ond of Sue Townsend’s comic nov­els.

1994-2016 ab­so­lutely fab­u­lous

Play­ing her­self, she ap­peared as one of

Ed­ina’s clients in sev­eral episodes of the com­edy as well as the 2016 movie.

1997 Comic re­lief

Lam­pooned ‘Baby

Spice’ Emma Bun­ton in a

Spice Girls send-up with Kathy Burke, French and Saun­ders and Llewella Gideon, aka the Sugar Lumps.

2011 strictly Come danc­ing

Danced with pro­fes­sional Bren­dan Cole in the ninth series of the dance con­test and was fifth to be elim­i­nated.

2017 LET it shine

A guest judge ear­lier this year in Gary Bar­low’s search for the stars of a new Take That mu­si­cal.

Shout out: Lulu

in the 1960s Lulu was Ab­so­lutely

Fab­u­lous in Jen­nifer Saun­ders’ com­edy

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