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Playlist: Star of Brookside Theatre’s Forever Dusty reveals her favourite songs

PUBLISHED: 10:00 14 May 2017

Katherine Ferguson as Dusty Springfield in Forever Dusty. Pic: Brookside Theatre

Katherine Ferguson as Dusty Springfield in Forever Dusty. Pic: Brookside Theatre

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This week, Katherine Ferguson, who played Dusty Springfield at Brookside Theatre, Romford, last week, picks her 10 favourite tunes.

Happy - Pharrell Williams

Such a great feelgood song – always lifts my mood.

Never Too Much - Luther Vandross

I can’t not dance to this song. If you want me to get up at a party this is the one to play!

Amazed - Lonestar

Absolutely love the lyrics and the meaning to this song.

Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran

Anytime I hear this song I think of the music video of Ed Sheeran dancing and I immediately want to dance like that with someone to this song.

Michael Jackson. Picture: PAMichael Jackson. Picture: PA

Spooky - Dusty Springfield

Such a catchy song and, in my mind, a very underrated Dusty song.

Happy girl - Martina McBride

I do love American country music, and this song never fails to get my foot tapping and dream of going to Nashville.

Ed Sheeran. Pic: PAEd Sheeran. Pic: PA

Smooth Criminal - Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson is no doubt a legend of the music world, and this is just one of my favourite songs by him. So different, there is no other song like this.

I Wanna Dance with Somebody - Whitney Houston

Another amazing song and, of course, singer. I call this my ultimate girls’ night out song.

Where is the Love? - Black Eyed Peas

This song has the most unbelievable lyrics and sends out an important message that really gets you thinking. Really is so relevant to the world we live in right now.

Heaven - Bryan Adams

I love Bryan Adams’ voice and this song is timeless.


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