Danny Hilton spoke to “London’s most outrageous dresser” Daniel Lismore about becoming one of Britain’s most unique fashion icons. Where are you from and how did you get to where you are now? I’m originally from a small village in the middle of nowhere. I was lucky enough to be scouted by a model agency
Lynda Carter didn’t need to do this interview. Nor do I suspect she needs to be on the cover of “People” or “Newsweek.” I make these assumptions not because the actress/singer/super-heroine stated as such—she might be delighted if more press called—but, rather, because Lynda Carter doesn’t seem to be a woman in need of external confirmation. Carter is happy, content, and thrilled to live within each moment of her wonder-filled life.
Aussie songbird/diva/icon is back in a big way as she opened her highly anticipated 'Aphrodite – Les Folies' tour this week in Denmark to rave reviews.
The show, which takes a mythological Greek theme and comes, of course, jammed with Kylie hits past and present, was praised by writer Bernard Zuel in the Sydney Morning Herald as "… her most spectacular, with technical and physical elements that leave you gaping."
Pics of the event show an Acropolis of massive props, water fountains, acrobats, synchronized swimmers, dancers in Greek solider garb and Kylie's trademark wardrobe, designed by Dolce and Gabana. An audience interactive 'splash zone' closes the show.