The demure former stripper looked in fine form in her skimpy crop top, leather trousers and towering lace-up high heels.
Adding a touch of class, she rounded off her look with an elegant pearl necklace.
A pair of trusty sunnies are a summer wardrobe essential.
If there’s a through line, it’s this idea that Orlando articulated to us: “The gender and genitalia of the people we sleep with does not mean that we live in some alien planet.
Tony and Julie presented the Breakfast show, and Drive.
Tony was appointed Radio WM Programme Organiser in 1991, and joined the management team.
That’s the word the up-and-coming comics writer has used to describe Virgil, his thrilling new graphic-novel collaboration with artist J. It's a fantastic addition to a sadly marginalized tradition in American fiction: comics stories with LGBT protagonists.
It follows a gay policeman in Kingston, Jamaica, as he seeks revenge against the bigoted and corrupt cops who brutalized him and kidnapped his boyfriend.