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The hugely talented Jim Devereaux performs his version of Queen's classic song. Is he crazy? It certainly looks like it.
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Here Kittie and Jim perform a tribute to our cousins across the Pond. A very entertaining take on Cab Calloway's classic sing-along anthem with an invigorating dose of vintage American striptease.
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This Is Elvis is Jim Devereaux's alter ego and it's not hard to see why he has the reputation as being the number one Elvis impersonator in the UK.
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Jim Devereaux is Tony Clifton, a middle aged adonis in a pink nylon suit. Testosterone personified, women fall helplessly at his feet. Tony Clifton is the very definition of raw sexuality.
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Jim Devereaux is having an identity crisis as he performs the classic Chuck Berry tune as his alter-ego This Is Elvis.
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Uranian (that’s ‘homosexual’) intrigue, intrigues a young woman in this burlesque of Victorian ideas of gender. The confusion is explained and the dilemma resolved of course, in a song and dance way of things.
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Jim pays homage to the great Freddie Mercury with this tribute to the King of Queen.
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Be rocked as Jim Devereaux sings the classic Queen anthem.
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If there ever was a toe-tapping song about Las Vegas and a performance to make you dance, it's this.
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It's not the real Elvis, it's Jim Devereaux under the spell of passion singing this lusty song to keep hearts racing.
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Try as she might, it's impossible for Kiki resist singing along with master impersonator, Jim Devereaux.
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Jim Devereaux appears in the guise of Andy Kaufmann's most irritating lothario, Tony Clifton, as he forcefully engages the audiences in an all singing all dancing bells up.
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A fever inducing song by the hottest man in show business, the Peggy Lee great, sung by none other than Elvis and Lili La Scala.