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Σαμάνθα Φοξ, ο πόθος των ανδρών …λάτρευε τις γυναίκες!

Η Αγγλίδα στάρλετ της δεκαετίας του 1980, που ξεκίνησε με προκλητικές φωτογραφίσεις για άντρες, προτιμούσε το δικό της φύλο!!!

Μήνυσε τον πατέρα της και δεν του ξαναμίλησε έως το θάνατό του.


Samantha Fox - Touch Me (I Want Your Body)

Sam was still in the top 40 on this day in the 80s, at #33, but she would only be in the top 100 for one more week, having peaked at UK#3 with her first and biggest hit, one of three that reached the top ten. 27 more words

Samantha Fox - Greatest Hits

ARTIST: Samantha Fox

TITLE:  Greatest Hits

YEAR RELEASED: Compilation


SINGLES: Top 40: Touch Me (I Want Your Body) (#4 US, #3 UK), Do Ya Do Ya (Wanna Please Me) (#87 US, #10 UK), Hold on Tight (#26 UK), Nothing’s Gonna Stop Me Now (#80 US, #8 UK), I Surrender (To the Spirit of the Night) (#25 UK), Naughty Girls (Need Love Too) (#3 US, #31 UK), Love House (#32 UK), I Wanna Have Some Fun (#8 US, #63 UK), I Only Wanna Be with You (#31 US, #16 UK) 209 more words


'Her suffering's over': Samantha Fox breaks silence over the death of partner Myra Stratton

Former Page 3 girl Samantha Fox has opened up about the death of her long-term partner Myra Stratton, admitting that the two years before she died were the most ‘difficult time’. 416 more words


Music: The Music Masterminds - Full Force

James Brown, Isaac Hayes, UTFO, Hall & Oates, Lisa Lisa and the Cult Jam, Samantha Fox, Kurtis Blow, Big Daddy Kane, Backstreet Boys, N*Sync, Britney Spears, Selena, The Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna – just to name a few.  75 more words


How Not To Do a Cover Version

Following on from my earlier post where I talked about how my listening habits had changed, I’ve realised that sometimes I really don’t help myself. 395 more words

How Not To Do A Cover Version

Eurovision Song Contest 2016: 10 famous people you never knew tried to represent the UK

From old-timers Engelbert Humperdinck and Bonnie Tyler to relatively more contemporary acts Javine, Blue and, of course, Scooch, the UK has often looked towards those who have already found fame when it comes to choosing its Eurovision entry. 841 more words