Hi Beautiful Babs. I sent you an email on Wednesday 9th just gone. Can you please mail me back to say you have received it. I know you are away on Holiday, but because you have posted on Oftds this last few days i assume you have email access. Thanks.
This post will be deleted as soon as i hear back from you.
And folks think yourselves lucky you don’t get asked 42 questions about the Quiz Rules…I mean that would be against the Regulations, wouldn’t it ? Remember it’s all about having a laugh and not to be taken too seriously…
For such a quiz, if anybody was to answer any questions incorrectly, then should they really be playing any other quizzes?, obviously such players, wouldn't know the regulations off by heart, & they'd therefore need to refer to Ryan's opening post of this particular thread, for their revision, before even contemplating playing these quizzes ever again, now to get this thread pinned.
I was never a big fan of Zoo, and started to drift away from TOTP by then, I heard that the TOTP run was to stop on the 1984 run
BIB:- Where did you hear about this?, for me, that'd be a natural point at which to break off from the re-runs, there was somewhat of changed of guard, presenters-wise, what with the departure of the 'Yewtree' presenters, & presumably Tony Blackburn as well, leaving the younger presenters.
Point taken SF. Will consider moving these posts later to older posts, but i wont be deleting them. Seems some guide lines need to be drawn up regarding threads, something ive not considered before. I will get onto that later this evening. Can i ask no one else just yet to reply on this thread, thanks.
I can't think of any. Although typically, I know of some examples for that Zoo lot - never coinciding with their time dancing on TOTP:
Bunty Bailey: Morten Harket's girl in a-ha's "Take on Me" - and also at the start of "The Sun Always Shines on TV" to conclude that story
Jeanette Landray: Before her first routine in July 1982, she was one of the dancers who was in Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough" video
Clive Clark: Playing the bartender in Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" video.
Also, I read somewhere Eddie Kemp appears in the video for "The Wild Boys" by Duran Duran.
That's not including videos by dancers who had chart success after they gave up their TOTP dancing career, like Anita with Toto Coelo, Julie Harris in Tight Fit and Sid Haywoode - and lest we forget, Rosie in Guys and Dolls!