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Hot Gossip – Wikipedia

The Kenny Everett Video Show Spotted Some former Hot Gossip dancers appeared on the show, notably Jane Colthorpe and Lorraine Doyle were members of Love Machine. Then later Lorraine Doyle featured heavily in sketches as well as part of the Hill’s Angels dance troupe.

Hot Gossip Dance TroupeThe Kenny Everett Years – YouTube

Feb 15, 2010 · A potted history of the superb and groundbreaking Hot Gossip dance troupe.Kenny Everett Hot Gossip and Thames TV a menage et trois made in heaven.

The Kenny Everett Video Show (TV Series 1978–1981) – IMDb

Jul 03, 1978 · With Kenny Everett, Hot Gossip, David Essex, Cliff Richard. This show featured music set to imagery, just prior to MTV. Most of it was concert footage though some had effects and a theme. It had a choreography segment featuring dancers known as “Hot Gossip”.

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Arlene Phillips Hot Gossip – Supernature [Version 2] – The

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Mar 01, 2014 · Groundbreaking Thames show featuring the zany DJ and his cast of characters that include Sid Snot & Captain Kremmen. Musical guests on this edition are:- Bryan Ferry, Steve Gibbons Band, The Moody

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Fans Of Hot Gossip Dancers – Home | Facebook

Hot Gossip ‘Street Life’ by The Crusaders.See all of Hot Gossip’s fab dance routines inThe Kenny Everett Video Show box set.https://networkonair.com/…/2936-kenny

Fans Of Hot Gossip Dancers – Home | Facebook

Hot Gossip ‘Street Life’ by The Crusaders.See all of Hot Gossip’s fab dance routines inThe Kenny Everett Video Show box set.https://networkonair.com/…/2936-kenny

Fans Of The Hot Gossip Dancers: 2015

Filmed at Butler’s Wharf near the Tower of London here is ‘Walk On The Wild Side’ from The Kenny Everett Video Show 24.07.78.The dancers play a variety of characters:Carol plays a maid,Floyd is a biker,and most famously Donna is a schoolgirl.

Kenny Everett – Wikipedia

In 1978, London’s Thames Television offered him a new venture, which became the Kenny Everett Video Show. This was a vehicle for Everett’s characters and sketches (his fellow writers were Ray Cameron, Barry Cryer and Dick Vosburgh), interspersed with the latest pop hits, either performed by the artists themselves, or as backing tracks to dance routines by Arlene Phillips’ risqué dance …

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The Kenny Everett Video Show – Wikipedia

The Kenny Everett Video Show (later renamed The Kenny Everett Video Cassette) was a British television comedy and music programme made by Thames Television for …

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The Kenny Everett Television Show (TV Series 1981–1988) – IMDb

Dec 24, 1981 · With Kenny Everett, Cleo Rocos, Sheila Steafel, Andrie Reid. Zany antics and sketches by the anarchic camp comic. IMDb Most of it was concert footage though some had effects and a theme. It had a choreography segment featuring dancers …

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The Kenny Everett Video Show: Of Course, It’s All Done In

To mark the programme’s 40th anniversary, Network Distributing are releasing all 35 episodes (and 3 New Year specials) of The Kenny Everett Video Show from 1978-1981. The programme was revolutionary in its bold, liberal use of graphics, smutty innuendo and sexy choreography from dance troupe, Hot Gossip .

Solid Gold Dancers vs Hot Gossip – WFMU’s Beware of the Blog

Update: Don’t miss Mark Allen’s personal reminisces about the Solid Gold dancers on his blog! The Solid Gold Dancers became a worldwide sensation, but Hot Gossip were first. Organized by disco choreographer Arlene Philips, the Gossips were featured as a part of DJ Kenny Everett’s music-video and comedy TV series in the late 70s. They were not

As his shows are re-released, CHRISTOPHER STEVENS salutes

It’s 40 years since madcap DJ Kenny Everett launched his racy Video Show on television, a rapid-fire ragbag of silly voices and filthy jokes. with an all-but-naked dancer hissing and spitting

Kenny Everett’s Thames Video Shows coming to DVD – News

The Kenny Everett Video Show. Erupting onto television during the summer of ’78, The Kenny Everett Video Show was an instant ratings grabber, propelling the subversive, impish DJ to the superstardom he had always deserved. Kenny’s anarchic mix of manic sketches, musical guests and dance routines courtesy of raunchy booty-shakers Hot Gossip created must-see television, his comic genius running

All in the best possible taste: Strictly’s Arlene to bring

Arlene Phillips, the Strictly Come Dancing judge, is bringing back her risque dance troupe Hot Gossip for a new stage show about the zany real-life world of innovative TV and radio star Kenny Everett.