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A ’60s boy’s wet dream, Barbara Eden and Connie Stevens!
August 21st, 2019 under 60s, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’60s, boys were at home watching Barbara Eden on the small screen in I Dream of Jeannie and going out to see Connie Stevens on the big screen. However, the two blondes never would share the screen together. Even though they only worked together with Bob Hope to entertain the troops, they have a friendship that has survived many decades.

One that brought them together yesterday looking as beautiful as they did 60 years ago at the start of their careers. Can you believe Eden is 87 and Steven is 81? 80 is the new 40. I am no longer afraid to get old if that is what it is going to look like.

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An ’80s girl’s wet dream: Billy Idol and Dave Wakeling
July 29th, 2019 under 80s, Billy Idol, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’80s, Billy Idol was dancing with himself. While Dave Wakeling was dancing with English Beat and General Public. One was a little bit Rock’n’Roll, while the other one was a little bit New Wave. Therefore, never should the two not meet!

That was then and this is now. Over the weekend, they showed a little Tenderness towards each other as you can see in this photo! Maybe they can make some Mony Mony together and go on tour. I know seeing them on one bill will take me there.

Sadly, Ranking Roger Charlery will not be able to join them. He passed away in March at the age of 56.

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An ’80s girl’s wet dream, Corey Hart and Paul Young!
July 3rd, 2019 under 80s, Corey Hart, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’80s, girls were singing Corey Hart’s Never Surrender and Paul Young’s Everytime You Go Away. However, they never performed on the stage together. That is until now.

Yesterday while both of them were in Tokyo, they became Young at Hart during the It Ain’t Enough singer’s concert. Much to the delight of their fans who could not get enough of the two singers.

You know what? They look so good together (and separately), I think they should iron out the rough spots and consider going on tour together as Young at Hart. I know I am not the girl who would wear their sunglasses at night to see them live on one stage.

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An ’80s music fan’s wet dream: Billy Idol and Bryan Adams on tour
April 29th, 2019 under 80s, Billy Idol, Bryan Adams, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’80s, Billy Idol and Bryan Adam were two of the decade’s biggest rockers. The Rebel Yell singer was a harder rocker while the Summer of ’69 one was softer. Which means, they were opposites and they would not have gone on tour together.

That was then and this is now. They are no longer only Dancing with Myself because 35 years later, the two of them are hitting the road in August together with an epic 8-city tour in the North East. Giving fans of the ’80s a wet dream of a double bill.

Hopefully, if it makes a lot of Mony, Mony, they will expand their dates to the rest of the country. So on May 1st, Run to You computer and get your tickets to see them rocking. I bet you it is a night that will leave you in Heaven.

I wonder what song they will sing together on the tour? I am thinking it will be the Canadian’s Diana because it was about Princess Diana and Idol is British.

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A ’90s girl’s wet dream: Vanilla Ice, Tone Loc and Kid
February 4th, 2019 under 90s, Vanilla Ice, Wet dream. [ Comments: none ]


Back in the ’90s girls were listening to Vanilla Ice and Tone Loc while watching Kid ‘n Play, but never did the three meet. That was then, this is now.

The two rappers posed with DJ Born for a photo and the actor was able to photobomb them. I hope they invited him and talked about doing a movie together. Imagine the three of them doing a party movie? Girls from that era would run out to theaters to see. They might even go old school and buy the soundtrack on CD. Just like they did back then.

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