22 November 2013

Paparazzi

One of the prices of burgeoning fame in the music industry is being targeted by voracious members of the paparazzi. And yesterday a "Daily Mirror" photographer struck lucky when he spotted The Blogettes on their way to a secret London rehearsal venue. As you can see, all the girls were knitting scarves at the time to protect their delicate vocal chords from the approach of  the northern hemisphere's winter.
Carol, Jenny, Helen, Jan and Katherine - The Blogettes.
The picture appeared on Page 3 of "The Mirror" with the headline: "Girl Band Go Wild in The Tunnel of Love".

10 comments:

  1. The sights you see when you haven't got your gun, as my mum used to say. ;)

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    1. She was a wise woman and she'd have been so proud to see you singing with the other Blogettes on TV Jenny.

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  2. Page 3 girls ~ I always wanted to be a page 3 girl Yorky :). Don't we look just fabulous ~ luv ya girls <3.

    P.S. Need a scarf on Cairns buses too to protect my delicate teaching voice

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    1. According to my sources you were a Page 3 girl in the "Mackay Daily Mercury" back in Emerald when you won second prize in the Under !2 Victoia sponge competition. Delicate teaching voice? "STOP THAT RIGHT NOW! STOP IT I SAID!"

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    2. Gee, you have been trawling the Internet YP to find that info.

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    3. Not trawling - stalking! Hee-hee-hee-hee!

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  3. That photo must be a tad overexposed YP. We Blogettes don't have grey hair !!

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    1. Yes, that's right - "over-exposed"...like Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Janet Jackson, Rhianna and Dame Edna Everage in their most revealing costumes.

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  4. We're knitting a straight jacket for you.

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    1. Avast! Beelzebub's afeared! Mad not Jan am I!

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