SUMMARY: Pleasant enough but it is a glorified pilates class really.
CHAMPAGNE: Not exactly champagne but the most memorable moment was the end where Gill stares at the camera while on her back.
SPOTTED: In these days of political correctness, I don't suppose that Kid Jensen would be able to get away with referring to them as 'delightful lizzies' He was obviously feeling very patriotic that day as well.
SUMMARY: Legs & Co quite literally take to the floor.
SUMMARY: No champagne moment, so Tip #2 in a series of tips for drinking champagne :-
Store champagne in a cool place in your home, away from any light, and where the temperature is consistent. Never store champagne in the fridge.
SPOTTED: Some of the moves immediately before the 0.25 incident were later adopted by those who do the “Oops Upside Your Head” dance.
Yeah i once did a couple of picture posts on here that covered that (annoyingly i cant remember which thread). It clearly shows that the end credits section in which they danced to their third version of IFL must have been shot in two takes. From memory that was rebuked by Sue, but the pictures surely prove otherwise.
As i said the other week, its now my belief that lots of jiggery pokery went on in piecing together the show before broadcast to make it appear seamless and the dance routines were very much part of that. I will give you an example.
Take the show from 23/04/81 in which they danced to `Bermuda Triangle` and at the end appeared on the end credits dancing with DLT to Stars on 45. Now would they really be hanging around with soggy bikini bottoms waiting to come back and dance to the end credits. Maybe so, but they would go back to the dressing room and change into something else, not the same water sodden bikini costume. I reckon they danced the end credits clad in bikinis and wispy shawls, then once the everything else was filmed they then performed the Bermuda Triangle routine. DLT before and after the routine just makes out its all part of the continuous show.
Im sure the same may have happened on other end credit performances by Legs & Co, filmed the main routine way before of after the show. Sorry for digressing somewhat Doc on your thread.
What type of music is it VV? They were pretty diverse though Legs really - they danced to all types of music. I remember watching them dancing to some punk rock tunes and thinking "Flick is one genius to come up with a routine for these".
I have never heard of Television and as I say it is a guess. Not sure what the numbers 41 to 50 looked like that week but I cannot imagine Flick choosing something so low down unless it was a popular song.
Real Thing is a big no no thinking about it as they were always on TOTP with everyone of their songs.
Everywhere, wherever you look, manipulation rearing it's head.