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I swear I am not making any of this up... '80s pop tart (and Fat Freddy's fantasy poster girl) Samantha Fox apparently is getting married to her lesbian lover, and she wants Lemmy of Motorhead (whom she once dated back in the '80s) to give her away at the ceremony. To add to the surrealism of the situation, Samantha and her girlfriend want the wedding to be in Siberia (?) and they want Liz Mitchell of '70s disco combo "Boney M" (anyone else remember "Rah Rah Rasputin"?) to perform the ceremony.

 

http://www.antimusic.com/news/09/aug/12Mot...n_Wedding.shtml

 

All I can say is... DAMN. If I'd known Sammy was into girls back in the '80s that would've just made her even HOTTER. :lol:

 

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Geez guys, c'mon, this story has EVERYTHING!! It's got a faded '80s pop star hottie, a lesbian wedding in Siberia, and LEMMY! This is comedy GOLD!!!

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tbh, im tryna remember who she is :P

 

She was quite popular in your homeland... before you were born. :P

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tbh, im tryna remember who she is :P

 

She was quite popular in your homeland... before you were born. :P

 

Heh heh, doesnt mean i didnt know who she was at one point :P

 

although as it turns out, i actually didnt know who she was -_-

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although as it turns out, i actually didnt know who she was -_-

 

 

For educational purposes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samantha_Fox

 

Some video evidence (best watched in slo-mo, with the sound off, hahaha)

 

"Touch Me"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiuimDNlyuQ

 

"Naughty Girls Need Love Too"

 

"Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now"

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although as it turns out, i actually didnt know who she was -_-

 

 

For educational purposes: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samantha_Fox

 

Some video evidence (best watched in slo-mo, with the sound off, hahaha)

 

"Touch Me"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiuimDNlyuQ

 

"Naughty Girls Need Love Too"

 

"Nothing's Gonna Stop Me Now"

 

One step ahead of ya man ;)

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Wow I had no idea she was a lesbian but I guess dating Lemmy will do that to a girl.

 

 

It's just further evidence of Lemmy's total awesomeness. Once Samantha had him, no other man could possibly satisfy her so she had to switch to the Other Team. :lol:

 

I just hope she's as hot now as she was back in the 80s....

 

The last time I saw her, she was doing commentary on one of VH1's "I Love The 80s" shows and she looked a tad on the leathery side. But more recent photos seem to indicate she's taking better care of herself nowadays (or she had some work done)

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A photo of the happy couple... sorry it's so small but it's all I could find.

 

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Wow I had no idea she was a lesbian

She turned lesbian around 1999 or so, if I remember correctly (about five years after she became a born again christian)

The rumours started when she was living with Cris Bonacci of Girlschool, who was her manager at the time, but she didnt officially come out til a few years later.

 

I seem to remember that she was getting a lot of press about her mental state around the time she turned christian, and the lesbian rumours just fueled it even more!

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I swear I am not making any of this up... '80s pop tart (and Fat Freddy's fantasy poster girl) Samantha Fox apparently is getting married to her lesbian lover, and she wants Lemmy of Motorhead (whom she once dated back in the '80s) to give her away at the ceremony. To add to the surrealism of the situation, Samantha and her girlfriend want the wedding to be in Siberia (?) and they want Liz Mitchell of '70s disco combo "Boney M" (anyone else remember "Rah Rah Rasputin"?) to perform the ceremony.

 

http://www.antimusic.com/news/09/aug/12Mot...n_Wedding.shtml

 

All I can say is... DAMN. If I'd known Sammy was into girls back in the '80s that would've just made her even HOTTER. :lol:

 

samfox.jpg

That photo surely ranks in the all time best ever list. Is there a more perfectly sculpted looking rack than that?

 

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Ahhhh, see, I KNEW Nork Masta G. would have to chime in here sooner or later. :lol:

 

Thanks to Keith for keeping Sam's amazing mammories alive...

 

Awhile back at another forum (which sadly no longer exists) I once started a Samantha Fox Appreciation Thread. Loaded with YouTubes and pix from back in the day. She's been my dream woman since I was 16 years old. Even if she DOES munch rug now, I still love her... :lol:

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Geez guys, c'mon, this story has EVERYTHING!! It's got a faded '80s pop star hottie, a lesbian wedding in Siberia, and LEMMY! This is comedy GOLD!!!

 

Sorry FF, it took me all day just to get past that photo you attached.

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