Bust out for re­search

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS - Noel Thomp­son noel.thomp­son@cnbtimes.com.au

MUN­DUB­BERA will get an eye­ful when a cross be­tween Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Thelma and Louise hits the stage for breast can­cer re­search.

AJ (Awe­some Jugs) MuRiel said she and her mate Mavis were sex sym­bols from North Arm Nurs­ing Home For The Blind and were ready to rock the Mun­dub­bera Ho­tel on Fri­day night.

“The show Busted Out is com­i­cally en­ter­tain­ing with mu­sic, fun and laugh­ter,” she said.

“It’s a two-hour show that we do for free and we en­cour­age the au­di­ence to do­nate to our cause as we are rais­ing funds for the Na­tional Breast Can­cer Foun­da­tion.”

Mavis said the duo came from Cairns and were work­ing their way around Australia singing from pub to club.

RAIS­ING VOICES: AJ MuRiel and Mavis on stage in Eidsvold.

AJ “Awe­some Jugs” MuRiel Breasts are im­por­tant and so are the lives of the men and woman at­tached to them.

“We met up with some peo­ple who were rais­ing money for breast can­cer re­search and they asked us to help them out,” Mavis said. “Af­ter that we de­cided to paint our bus pink and sing for a cure.”

The show will be on in Mun­dub­bera Ho­tel on Fri­day, May 22 at 7pm if any­one would like to see all peo­ple do­nate to our breast can­cer re­search ap­peal be­cause breasts are im­por­tant and so are the lives of the men and woman at­tached to them.”


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