Since Cliff Richard's name was cleared of any wrongdoing in historic sex abuse allegations dating between 1958 and 1983, his career has been back in full swing.
In fact, he has a new album out at the moment - 'Just... Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll' - and as such, is on the media carousel to promote it.
One of his TV appearances was on BBC One's 'The One Show' last night, which is where things get a little bit awkward - since he's suing the BBC.
He filed papers against the BBC and UK police in October for naming him as the subject of an investigation, when his apartment was filmed being searched by police. Last night on The One Show, host Alex Jones asked him if he felt 'awkward' about appearing on the show.
He replied by saying: "The BBC to me is The One Show and the radio shows I listen to. I listen to them all over the world. My relationship with the BBC is fine."
He also spoke about the period before his name was cleared in the allegations. "It was a terrible, terrible two years but it's over," he said. "I thought that even after a few months of it I thought, 'I'm not quite sure if I can ever be the same person again'.
Watch it below, from the 8:20 min mark: