Queen Of Hearts, the lady who is brilliant and sometimes wears a peacock on her head, is to unveil her debut live show on Wednesday night in London. We are hoping for lasers, a smoke machine, a hula hoop and an elephant, but to be honest we'll settle for a microphone and some spiffing pop music.
In preparation for this event we are honoured to premier (TBC - depending how quickly we get this up) the Fear Of Tigers remix of 'Where Are You Now'.
We could write some words about it, but you can listen for yourself and have your own opinion (FYI the correct answer is 'WONDERFUL') right here.
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That, ladies and gentlemen, is what you call 364 seconds of unadulterated bliss. If you come to the show tomorrow you'll probably get around 2,700 seconds of the same. And if you buy the CD when it's out you can have it for life. That's right: unadulterated bliss for life.
PS. Last time we wrote about Queen Of Hearts we mentioned we had bumped into her in a pub and she was 'quite pissed'. She subsequently berated us for making her out to be a drunken old soak. So we are pleased to report that when we saw her again recently (in a pub) she was completely sober. Even if she did smell a little bit like Pernod and orange.