Is it Rose West out on day release shopping for bras? Is it someone’s nice mum popping down Primark for some cheap scratchy shit in which to dress her kiddies? Is it a dinner lady done up to the nines ready for a School Meals Social Club Dinner and Dance (we’ve been to some of those, this is the look that rocks)?
No, it’s former… We won’t spoil it. Jump the jump…
Yes, it is the woman keeping the Great Potato Famine of the 19th century on the front pages. Ladies and germs, we give you the talentless, the irritating, the holier-than-thou (probably quite literally as she was once a priest or somesuch)… Sinead O’Connor.
We would, however, recommend the work of her brother, the really rather very good Joseph O’Connor, whose book Star of the Sea kept us on the edge of our underwear.