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Bella Emberg passed – Blunderwoman comedy star who shot to celebrity alongside Russ Abbot passed at 80

BRITISH comedy star Bella Emberg, who was best famous for her role as Blunderwoman, has died at the age of 80.

The singer shot to celebrity alongside Russ Abbot in the 1980s, personification the comic sidekick to his untimely superhero Cooperman.

 Comedy singer Bella Emberg has died at the age of 80, her agent confirmed
Comedy singer Bella Emberg has died at the age of 80, her agent confirmed

She also seemed on The Benny Hill Show, Doctor Who, the Lily Savage Show and Z Cars.

Her agent reliable her to death to the BBC tonight, adding that she would be “greatly missed”.

Celebrity tributes poured in tonight from associate comedians, who described Emberg as a “truly peaceful soul”.

Friend and pianist Bobby Crush said: “Such unhappy news … my smashing crony Bella Emberg has upheld away.

 Emberg shot to celebrity as Blunderwoman on the Russ Abbot Show
Emberg shot to celebrity as Blunderwoman on the Russ Abbot Show

“We’ve been chums given appearing together in a Summer show with Russ Abbot at the Princess Theatre, Torquay in 1981.

“A honestly good lady and despite her extreme on-stage characterisations, a truly peaceful soul.”

Comedian Paul Chuckle tweeted: “Just heard. RIP the lovely Bella Emberg. Funniest angel ever with us @SheffieldLyceum Will skip you.”

Les Dennis said: “So unhappy to remove the lovely Bella Emberg. A funny, lovely friend. Thoughts and adore with Rosemary. Goodnight Sweetheart.”

Emberg had just finished filming on new Sky One comedy In the Long Run, combined by Idris Elba, and due to be expelled after this year.


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