Saying that the D-Mob track was not pro drugs is about as credible to me as those who say that the No1 exactly four years later, Ebeneezer Goode had nothing to do with drugs whatsoever, never mind whether it was pro or anti. It's an insult to the intelligence.
That edit after Anthea Turner's intro to Milli Vanilli was glaringly obvious. If only Anthea could have been fully edited out.
Milli Vanilli never looked like a particularly likeable pair. Something about them seemed odd from the very start. Later proven as a fraud. Mind you, they did nothing that Plastic Bertrand hadn't done on TOTP way back in 1978 and not forgetting the guy Bobby Farrell from Boney M too while we're at it from a decade earlier.
Actually there must have been rather more non-singers fronting vocals on hit records who appeared on TOTP than we may realise. Next year, 89's biggest seller will feature another example which caused Lolleata Holloway much angst.
PP Arnold looked amazing for her age. I thought I'd misheard when it was said her appearance was the first since 1968.
Last edited by Rich Tea on 17 November 2019 12:23am