SUMMARY: OK not the best, but it's very pleasant and mellow.
CHAMPAGNE: I like the opening transition from Kid to Patti.
SPOTTED: or rather not spotted this time. 6 months ago Lulu would be seen looking at the monitor during the stationary moments, not anymore as can be seen during her close ups.
No.1: Very different and I don't dislike it. Helped somewhat by L&C's excellent effort a few weeks back.
Comments for the following please
SUMMARY: A comment about the dance, anything you want to say.
CHAMPAGNE: Favorite moment from the routine.
SPOTTED: See anything unusual in the routine?
No.1: A comment on the chart topper.
(you don't have to do all sections if you don't want to)
Sandy Borne and Tricia Roberts Appreciation Society
SUMMARY: It's okay but like many dances from 1977, it suffers from poor lighting and a few more close-ups might have improved it.
CHAMPAGNE: No specific moment. I do like their costumes though.
SPOTTED: Nothing really.
No.1: I like it but I am quite surprised that it reached the top. I think the Legs & Co effect helped to propel it there.
SPOTTED: I have to disagree with our host on this. The first big close-up with Lulu, around the 2 minute mark, her eyes do dart left and im guessing its towards the studio monitor, knowing shes on it. The girl just could not help herself from doing this.
SUMMARY: A nice enough routine, perhaps lacking any standout moments
CHAMPAGNE: Not this time, save it for a special occasion
SPOTTED: Where have the audience disappeared to?
No.1: Proof once more the public like a novelty record, well some of them do (i think im in the 'non merci' category)
♥♥♥♥ Cherry, Louise, Patti and Ruth Alliance ♥♥♥♥. If there's a cure for this I don't want it.
SUMMARY: Lovely routine to a beautiful song.
SPOTTED: Patti's minor error but all round very good. Those skirts were all the rage in 1977.
No.1: Heavily nursed on radio. Never really knew who purchased this song.
Everywhere, wherever you look, manipulation rearing it's head.