Kim Wilde enjoyed her Xmas party

  Al94 19:29 PM 14 Dec 12
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  rdave13 19:54 PM 14 Dec 12

Even I can sing like that after a few beers.

  Flak999 23:21 PM 14 Dec 12

How very embarrassing!

  spuds 23:32 PM 14 Dec 12

Good luck to the girl, it was probably better than the video showed.

I often sing or hum to myself when shopping, and nobody takes a blind bit of notice :O(

  rdave13 23:39 PM 14 Dec 12

I often sing or hum to myself when shopping, and nobody takes a blind bit of notice :O(

Spuds,I wonder why?.. Nah.. must be normal to hum or sing in public. 8-|

  spuds 23:57 PM 14 Dec 12

rdave13

Thinking about it, I might have got accused of busking once, especially in the local Co-op :O)

  rdave13 00:04 AM 15 Dec 12

spuds :), did you get many coins? LOL

  Forum Editor 10:10 AM 15 Dec 12

Kim's was one of the better performances - you see a lot worse than that on the London Underground in the run-up to Christmas.

  robgf 10:41 AM 15 Dec 12

It's sad that no-one seemed to be clapping, or singing along with her. I love joining in nowadays, perhaps it's a sign of getting older, I just don't care what others think.

  Forum Editor 13:37 PM 15 Dec 12

robgf

Those trains are full of miserable people who will do anything to avoid making eye contact, let alone clapping or singing along in such circumstances.

  Aitchbee 21:00 PM 15 Dec 12

Those trains are full of miserable people who will do anything to avoid making eye contact, let alone clapping or singing along in such circumstances.

FE, nowadays, trains and buses are equipped with video cameras that record everthing that anybody does, so inhibition is a good practice to follow.

ps. When I know,for sure, that no cameras are pointed in my face from afar, I can, without exception, give a very good performance of much of my repertoire of songs, :o)

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