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You find the weirdest things on the internet. A few weeks ago, for reasons known only to himself, a friend logged onto YouTube in search of some ancient footage of Elton John breaking down in tears during the singing of Abide With Me at the 1984 FA C

3rd May, 2008

You find the weirdest things on the internet. A few weeks ago, for reasons known only to himself, a friend logged onto YouTube in search of some ancient footage of Elton John breaking down in tears during the singing of Abide With Me at the 1984 FA Cup final at Wembley.

In the course of his excavations, he stumbled upon something even more bizarre - an clip of Michael Barrymore being interviewed by Bob Wilson in...

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