Come on!, this performance made a lot of teenagers and kids happy (and fathers too).telys wrote: ↑Sun 16 May 2021, 8:52 pmPuts Olly's performance in the shade.Markpro wrote: ↑Sun 16 May 2021, 6:03 pmI have never seen that before but really enjoyed it, thanks for sharingNickname wrote: ↑Sat 03 Jan 2015, 12:22 am
By the way, I was listening to a remix from Phil Harding today, the song "Hot Girl" by Sabrina (listen to it, it's good and it reminds the remix from "It's a sin", because of the whippings):
Talking about Sabrina, it's funny because everybody remembers the song "Boys, boys, boys" (at least here in Spain) but the thing is she made a perfomance with the song "Hot Girl" in a popular Spanish TV show at the end of the year and the beginning of 1987/1988.
And well, E-V-E-R-Y-B-O-D-Y in Spain remembers that, in fact is one of the finnest moments of our Spanish TV history. Take a look at it:
But damn that broadcast was sexist, being familiar with spanish TV I'm not surprised though.
The thing was we are talking about the music TV show of Spanish TV on New Year's Day. You know all the family watching the show before young people get out and go to a club. Nobody expected that.
The funny thing was the President of Spanish TV was a woman and she saw the whole show before it was shown on TV. She thought there were no many times in the story of Spanish TV, you could watch naked people until those days (not even top less), so she thought it was a good moment to do that and she relied a lot on Hugo Stuven (the director of the show, one of the best of that era). So she said ok to it.
One day, Hugo Stuven found Sabrina on a festival. He went to say her "hello" but she slapped his face.
Anyway, Hugo Stuven was a good guy, he died of Covid a couple of weeks.