Hot Gossip

Hot Gossip (1974–1986) were a British dance troupe who made television appearances and in 1978 released the hit record "I Lost My Heart to a Starship Trooper".

Read more about Hot Gossip:  Formation, Style, Original Kenny Everett TV Group Members, Dancers Who Performed With Hot Gossip, Sponooch

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Arlene Phillips - Hot Gossip
... In Britain, Phillips first became a household name as the director and choreographer of Hot Gossip, a British dance troupe which she formed in 1974 using students she was teaching at the time ... Hot Gossip spent two years performing in a London night club where Phillips and her manager developed the group's dance act ... television director, David Mallet who invited Phillips to make Hot Gossip a regular feature of The Kenny Everett Show, which he directed for Thames Television on ITV, first being aired in 1978 ...
Hot Gossip - Sponooch
... There was a spin-off group from Hot Gossip in 1980 Dominique Wood, Mark Tyme, Lorraine Whitmarsh, Carol Fletcher, Lyndsey Ward, Donna Fielding, Lee ...
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - History - Damage / Hiatus (04 - 06)
... in September 2004 and features appearances from artists including Chuck D (Hot Gossip), Martina Topley-Bird (Spoiled /You Been My Baby), James Chance and DJ Shadow (Fed Up and Low Down) and Simon ... Hot Gossip was the second Damage single released in November 2004 reaching 119 in the official UK charts and had a music video directed by David Raccuglia ... of the album tracks Help These Blues, Spoiled, Rattling, Hot Gossip and a cover of the Suicide song Rocket USA which is unavailable elsewhere ...

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