Well I’m sure we all can remember that speech from 2004. You know the one. I’m saying goodbye to Oxford Street and saying hello to the world. Poor bitch got a flogging over that one, let me tell you. But I am glad to say that what was said in the past has been left in the past and she has returned to Oxford Street. As my grandmother use to say, What goes around comes around, she’ll be back! If you are not wise yet to who I am referring to, yes, it is our little Courtney Act, once again gracing the Midnight Shift stage.
Opening night was last Sunday and was a hoot. As you can imagine, Courtney has now been accustom to the extravagance of television and who knows what else, so the show can only be referred as an extravaganza. Let’s face it we know Courtney is going to be beautiful not matter what, so the most pressing question is, who are the boys?
One is the familiar face of Michael. Yes, you can see him in many a film clip and movie (Moulin Rouge and Delta Goodrem’s video, to name a few). But who is the new spunk rat that is dancing up a storm next to them? Well by now many would know I fancy myself as a little bit of an investigative reporter. OK, I carry a glass around so I can listen at doors. Same thing really. But for the life of me can I get anything out of Courtney? All she would say was, He is gorgeous isn’t he? The old saying She’s pissed around it like a dog certainly springs to mind here. Well his name is Daniel, and that is all we have at moment. I guess we will have to wait till Courtney has finished with him …
But back to the show! The costumes are spectacular, designed and produced by Versace. The second half burns up the stage with red leatherette outfits, which can only be called sex with a cross-stitch. Wow!
So as you can imagine I was very impressed with the show. Courtney sounds fabulous, the costumes are hot, and all dance so hard I needed a drink half way through just to stand the heat. And with the always sexy Neil Crawford on the decks what a better way to spend a Sunday night? I do say get there early though, the last thing you want is to have to push your way to the front.