Camille O’Sullivan

Last Saturday, Camille O’Sullivan stood on stage at London’s Royal Albert Hall in front of 5,000 people. She wore a black strapless dress, fishnet stockings, and red sequinned shoes. She sang five songs, shook her dark hair loose over her shoulders, and told the audience she was so nervous about performing here that she hadn’t eaten for six months. Then a woman’s voice came from the stalls; not unfriendly, but curious. “Who are you?” she shouted.

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2 Responses to “Camille O’Sullivan”

  1. What a great blog – a real quirky clever mixture of stuff. Like it very much!

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