It’s a brave, brave man that gets up to sing on a live music show where Gladys Knight is also going to be performing. *curtseys, leaves room, realises there’s more to the story than that*
Yes, ladies, gennels and undecideds, it is of our boyfriend Mika that we speak. It was he – our ladylove, our sweetie, our cookie, our fluffybum – that we watched proudly like a mum (a stay-at-home mum at that. And not just one who can’t get a job. One who actually chooses to be at home looking after children, and really looking after them, not just smoking Embassy Regals, watching Jeremy Kyle and having the ‘girls’ round for Cider Mondays/Tuesdays/Wednesdays/not Thursdays ’cause that’s lager day/Fridays) *breathes* as he performed on Later with Jools Holland.
What a great show, by the way! Amazing that a half-pint, half-baked backing performer from a group called Squeeze should front such a corker.
Even Gladys – who had just rocked the room with a heart-breaking rendition of ‘Help Me Make It Through the Night’ (though we don’t know where in that hair there would have been room for the ribbon that we were supposed to be taking, shaking loose and letting fall) was seen to be jiggling along on a specially reinforced piano stool.
He’s great is Mika, and here’s why over the jump. Oh, and it’s not even his second single! It’s so far ‘just an album track’!…