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In Pictures: Stacey Solomon Whistles For The Royal Air Force Squadronaires

by | 15th, April 2010

STACEY Solomon, the airy singer powered by helium and hairspray, is with Sgt Kev Miles, leader of the RAF Squadronaires, for the recording of her song “At Last” for the new Royal Air Force Squadronaires album ‘In The Mood, The Glenn Miller Songbook‘ at the Sphere Studios in London. Stacey can become the forces sweetheart. And if the war comes, and we run out of ammo, Stacey she can be plugged into a loudspeaker and asked to speak and make the enemy think bombs are whistling down on their heads.

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Sgt Kev Miles, leader of the RAF Squadronaires (left), and Stacey Solomon are seen during the recording of her song "At Last" for the new Royal Air Force Squadronaires album 'In The Mood, The Glenn Miller Songbook' at the Sphere Studios in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday April 15, 2010. Photo credit should read: Ian West/PA Wire



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