Nanarama ready to to make their mark at Yorkshire's Got Talent

By Michael Upton | 04/11/2011 0 comments

Nanarama ready to to make their mark at Yorkshire's Got Talent

THE spirit of the ‘80s will be alive and well at the Yorkshire’s Got Talent heats as friends Patricia Monkman, Karen Andre and Debbie Rutherford pay their own tribute to Bananarama.

The plucky trio have named themselves Nanarama and plan to wow the judges with a medley of the 1980s’ pop group’s hits.

Patricia said: “We were just messing about and decided to try something out—this is what we came up with.

“We thought it would be something entertaining and people will like it.

“We’ve not really thought about winning, we’re just really excited about performing for everyone.”

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