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Robert Fripp and Toyah Willcox add feline twist” to Scorpions cover

Toyah Willcox gets out her whip and catsuit and declares that her husband’s her bitch” for Rock You Like A Hurricane cover.

Toyah Willcox and King Crimsons Robert Fripp are continuing to entertain the internet in weird and wonderful ways with their Sunday Lunch series, this week tackling Scorpions’ Rock You Like A Hurricane with some very apt attire and accessories.

The couple – along with guitarist Sidney Jake – hit their kitchen to tackle the German rockers’ signature 1984 single, with Toyah dressing up as Catwoman (complete with whip) and her husband wearing some eye make-up for the occasion. A sign behind them reads, Fripp’s ma bitch” – which the guitarist seems perfectly fine with, tbh.

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Toyah, Robert and Sidney belt out another classic with a twist of the feline variety!” reads the caption. Rock You Like A Hurricane follows recent renditions of The Prodigy’s Firestarter, The Rolling Stones’ Satisfaction and Judas Priest’s Breaking The Law.

Check out the latest instalment of Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch below:

Posted on May 24th 2021, 1:39p.m.
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