Appetite For Distraction
The new spy thriller Blackbird is, by all accounts, Michael Flatley as you’ve never seen him before. But is it any good? And will we ever get to see it?
I never thought the day would come. I never thought I would be able to think of Michael Flatley as anything but the heaving-chested mahogany Ken doll who led Ireland to Riverdance glory alongside Jean Butler at Eurovision 1994. I was barely in my teens, but I think I may have fancied him. I was definitely raging that I had given up Irish dancing a few years previously. That could have been me up there,...
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