Rock superstar David Bowie who shot to fame in the early seventies with his alter ego album, The Rise and Fall Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. He went on to combine singing with a successful acting career, making his debut in 1976 with The Man Who Fell to Earth
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Eurovision Song Contest - Bucks Fizz - Heathrow Airport - London
British pop group "Bucks Fizz" at London's Heathrow Airport arriving back with their trophy after they won the Eurovision Song Contest in Dublin with their song "Making Your Mind Up", from left to right: Michael Nolan, Cheryl Baker, Jay Aston and Bobby G.
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POP SINGER SUZI QUATRO WEARING A PAIR OF 'SECOND IMAGE' JEANS. THE COMPANY TODAY AWARDED HER THE REAR OF THE YEAR TITLE. PREVIOUS WINNERS HAVE BEEN BARBARA WINDSOR AND FELICITY KENDAL. 23/04/2003: Winners of the Rear of The Year competion: Barbara Windsor, 1976 - who received it as a one-off award; Felicity Kendal, 1981, the first year it became an annual event; Suzi Quatro, 1982; Lulu, 1983; Elaine Paige 1984; Lynsey de Paul 1985; Anneka Rice, 1986 (the same year that Award was presented to its first male recipient-Michael Barrymore);Anita Dobson, 1987; Su Pollard, 1988; Marina Ogilvy, the daughter of Princess Alexandra, became the first Royal winner in 1989; after a two year gap, Ulrika Jonsson won in 1992; Sarah Lanchashire, 1993; Mandy Smith, 1994, after which the competition was switched from spring to autumn; Tracy Shaw, 1996; Melinda Messenger, 1997; Carol Smilie, 1998; Denise van Outen, 1999; Jane Danson, 2000; Claire Sweeney, 2001; Charlotte Church, 2002.