Forever Unique in the West End

30th April 2010

In the BBC’s glitzy new talent show, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and host Graham Norton have reunited for Over the Rainbow – the TV show in search of the next Dorothy for the stage version of The Wizard of Oz.

After an X Factor style boot camp, 9,000 applicants were whittled down to 10 finalists. The hopefuls are judged by a panel of experts including ‘voice of an angel’ Charlottle Church, EastEnders’ John Partridge and actress Sheila Hancock and then voted upon by the public.

In week four of the series, PUNK PR arranged for three Dorothy’s to wear glitzy dresses from luxury fashion brand Forever Unique. They performed a ‘Dorothy mash mix’ of Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance – Emilie Flemming wore Emily and Stephanie David wore Lavender. Later in the show Danielle Hope performed a solo track wearing wearing Delia.

Stay tuned for more glitz and glamour courtesy of Forever Unique!

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Lee Bloor, account manager at PUNK


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