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I’d Do Anything: Amy’s A Toe-In And Betting Odds

by | 7th, April 2008

sarah_ferguson-anything.jpg AMY’S audition for Sarah Ferguson: The Engagement Years continues for another week.

The ginger hair, the lurid frilly, fussy hideous dresses and the fetish for open-toed sandals, alleged, are all reminiscent of young Fergie in her pomp.

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Such a reason surely lies behind the fact that Amy is 250-1 on the Betfair markets to be named as I’ll Do Anything’s Nancy.

If Amy wants to improve her chances, we suggest she goes for the Bianca Jackson look, the EastEnders harridan whose return to the soap brought with it an upsurge in viewing figures.

On the telly, we like our gingers boisterous and feisty. Amy needs to break some cups and start calling Lloyd Webber Andaaaaaayyyy.

Amy stays. For now. But one Nancy, or non-Nancy, has gone. We have waved a fare ye well to Cleo Royer.

The 22-year-old from London faced Keisha Amponsa-Banson on Sunday’s sing-off.

The pair sang I Know Him So Well from the musical Chess. With a contorted face, Keisha looked as though the song was as painful to sing as it was to listen to.

After Keisha (84-1 to win) had given full throat to her love of the world’s premier boardgame, and Cleo had had her turn, Lloyd Webber had to decide which Nancy to evict.

Said he: “This is the most difficult situation I think I’ve had on any of the programmes so far. On what I’ve just heard tonight, I’m going to save Keisha.”

He told Cleo: “[I] thought you were wonderful. I think there’s going to be a real place for you in the West End in many shows to come.”

Sadly, he did not specify where that place would be, and we wonder if Cleo’s life

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