Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The End Of An Era

The pop world has lost one of its brightest stars with the passing of Hannelore Jacob, best known to fans of trash culture as the youngest of the legendary poodle loving Jacob Sisters. I'm devastated by the news and I'd like to pass on my condolences to all of Hannelore's friends, fans and family. The Jacob Sisters are (I still can't bring myself to use the past tense) my favourite "girlband". Their stunning glamour is undeniable and their fabulous 50 year career has covered every musical genre in the book. Which other group of ravishing 70 year olds could possibly cover Kylie's "Your Disco Needs You" with the same passion and brilliant mastery of the English language?

I have my fingers crossed that Johanna, Rosi and Eva will continue to inspire fans around the globe with their wonderful music after they have mourned the loss of their sister. The group wont be the same as a threesome but I think Hannelore would want them to carry on doing what they do best. I just hope someone is looking after Hanni's poodles. Take a moment to grieve for Hannelore by watching the Jacob Sisters perform their smash hit "The Hampster Dance". The humourless trolls in Girls Aloud and Sugababes wish they had an ounce of this breathtaking talent! Hannelore, you will be sorely missed.


Rest In Peace

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

rest in peace hannelore

Anonymous said...

a unique star is gone...sleep warm Hanni

Poster Girl said...

Sad news--my thoughts go out to her sisters, the rest of her family, and her friends.

D'luv said...

I don't know who this old, dead whore is, but hopefully she's getting plowed by an angel.

Mike said...

D'Luv - that's so touching. I think I'll have those very words engraved on my own headstone.

Jamie said...

It's a shame cos she had more life and energy in her than Madonna.

May she be bring her own brand of trash to Baby Jesus and the angels.

Karl said...

I really dont know what to say ive never read an obituary that was tender respectful and comedic at the same time !

Bless you Hanni

Jay said...

May she rest in peace.