TWINK


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TWINKTeenage, White, Into No Kink
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Looking back at her painful and highly public break-up with David Agnew in 2004, Twink added she was very angry with how it all worked out.
Twink, from near Newcastle, published a never-before-seen collection of photos of the band in the book The Jam Unseen in 2007, which reached the Amazon top 25 sellers list on release.
"I didn't play for a long time after Twink's death, it put me off," he said, "and my life went in a different direction as my acting career took off.
Speaking backstage, Twink told the Irish Mirror: "David was brilliant tonight as always.
Last night, when contacted by the Irish Sunday Mirror, she said: "Clearly, Twink was misinformed that she was the last person to speak to Gerry.
For the uninitiated a Twink was a home perming kit, which entailed having your hair wound tightly around tiny curlers before pouring a concoction over it that smelled like a very old urinal; this procedure curled hair, but not without turning it into something resembling the stuffing from an old sofa.
Mairead told us Twink's daughter sent her a lovely message as she wished them luck with the concert.
ANGRY Melanie Verwoerd last night told Twink: There is NO WAY you were the last person to speak to Gerry Ryan.
Overall best kennel performance on the night was from local handler Paul Young, who plundered four opens courtesy of West Way Ranger in the sprint, Romeo Mercury in the maiden 575m, Droopys Kirbee also over six bends and Bumblebee Twink in the pounds 1,000 final of the Tony Williams Dual Distance final over 750 metres.
It's a twink world from which aging has been banished.
Local artist Twink stars in the first of a series of national art and mental health films being shown on Five with his controversial interpretation of the Angel of the North.