SUMMARY: I bet that quietened the conversations in a few households when it was first shown. The song takes me back to going to the cinema on my own to see my first James Bond film, it was quite exciting to get in as I was underage at the time.
CHAMPAGNE: The outfits. I'm still trying to work out how much was actually see through. I'm going for most of it!
SPOTTED: The outfits must have distracted DLT as he made a rare error in the intro.
Only a minor one but it looks like Lulu was a little off balance after her first spin.
SUMMARY: Lovely dance routine to a lovely song. Carly Simon certainly knew how to sing.
CHAMPAGNE: Outfits were beautiful.
SPOTTED: Nothing really.
NEW NO.1: Terrible No.1. A complete rip off of Abba's Dancing Queen and elements of Fernando thrown in. They never really forgave Abba for getting to No.1 with Fernando as they were told they were at No.1 for an extra week with Save your Kisses for Me according to one of the male singers so presume this was a get back at ya song. Amazed that Benny and Bjorn did not instigate infringement here.
Everywhere, wherever you look, manipulation rearing it's head.