Alice: Wimpy stars will see punk return
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BIG-BOOBED Ruth HIgham is enough to drive you nuts!
The Bolton babe was an instant success when she first peeled off her top for her first glamour shoot in 1998.
And she was a regular on the pages of newspapers and magazines until she retired in 2004.
But she became mega-famous thanks to her time as the Big D nuts girl, where she was seen by millions of Brits as her figure was displayed in pubs up and down the land.
Thanks to her, sales soared 37 per cent as punters bought extra packets of nuts to glimpse more and more of her bikini-clad body.
The stunning blonde, born in 1978, also starred in a British Telecom advert with Top Gear’s Jeremy Clarkson and in 2003 she appeared on ITV’s Blind Date – where she was amazingly the first girl to be rejected.
She was also seen on screen in the Sky One’s Mile High and BBC1 drama Murphy’s Law with James Nesbitt. VETERAN rocker Alice Cooper has slammed today’s rock’n’roll stars for being BLAND and WIMPY.
The legendary hell-raiser, real name Vincent Furnier, said: “In our day bands were much more creative. Today’s bands have lost their bite. Bands no longer have that swagger. They don’t have that rock’n’roll punk attitude they used to have.
“Rock’n’roll is supposed to be played from the crotch not the brain.”
And the 64-year-old reckons the identical acts produced by shows like X Factor could see a new revival of oldschool punk rockers.
He added: “I want to see a rebellion to all this wimpy rock. I know there are some 17-year-olds in a garage somewhere playing The Who. You’ll see a whole new surge of bands.”
He added that reality contestants were only good enough to become cruise ship singers.
CHEST SO TASTY! Ruth gave Big D nuts a huge sales boost