Act 17 – The Spangles

Yes, I know.  More children singing more songs that are perhaps a little outside their vocal and/or subject matter comfort zone.  And more children that should be at school instead of appearing on an alleged ‘talent’ show.

Not content to just sing, The Spangles incorporated some mild choreography into their act – a fact that was not lost on Bernard.  Indeed, he gave some surprisingly constructive criticism to this effect.

I’m guessing that this act chose their name as a tribute to their favourite girl band at the time.  Either that, or the name ‘The Violet Crumbles’ was already taken.


About potluckarchive

The web's first site dedicated to 'Pot Luck', a talent show made by the Grundy Organisation for Network Ten Australia. 'Pot Luck' ran for only one season in 1987, and enjoyed a mild revival in 1993 when some of the more ambitious acts were featured as filler on 'The Late Show' on ABC-TV. Best remembered for highly critical resident judge, Bernard King.
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