Christmas: like the proverbial row of tents, there was never a holiday more camp. The glitter, the decorations, the outfits, and the songs; the Yuletide comes all nicely packaged making you feel nice and rosy, all comfy and cosy. No wonder Christmas with The Supreme Fabulettes was a perfect fit.

Last night saw Miss Vanilla Lush, Miss Vicki Vivacious and Miss Maddison Lee entertain a crowd into Christmas cheer. This trio works with a top creative team who have earned their stripes in pop: vocal arranger Terry Ronald worked with Girls Aloud and Dannii Minogue, and musical arranger John Themis has collaborated with sister Kylie, Emma Bunton, the Sugarbabes, and - quell surprise - Boy George and the Culture Club. Boy George is a huge fan of The Fabulettes and wrote them a Christmas song with the seasonably appropriate name ‘You Ruined My Christmas’.

Yet it really is this gorgeous trio who steal the show. The Supreme Fabulettes are true divas on stage, yet still warmly entertaining with a cheeky sense of self-deprecating humour. Most importantly though, take note X-Factor Rylan, these girls can really sing. Their solos, perfect harmonies (and damn, cheekbones) should be the envy of quite a few girl groups out there.

For this special festive edition The Supreme Fabulettes have added more traditional Christmas songs to a repertoire that usually consists of a mix of 60’s classics like the Andrew Sisters and of course The Surpremes, as well as more recent pop-hits from the likes of Adele and Beyoncé. All pretty Glee-like, Christmas with the Supreme Fabulettes presented us with interesting Christmas mash-ups, one moment solemnly announcing the birth of Jesus Christ to singing about his Halo Beyoncé style the next. A duet (quartet?) with special guest star The Voice contestant Sam Buttery turned out to be of the best vocal renditions of the classic ‘Baby, it’s cold outside’ I have heard since Dean Martin worked his charm.

In all this was a night of true entertainment; the songs were accompanied by showy cabaret choreography by Katie Ella Hardwick whose work was The Hurly Burly Show. The multitude of outfits by Stevie Stewart from Bodymap were all gloriously shiny and appropriately sequinned up and the rapid changes seemed seamless. At one time perfectly aided by showing a Christmas episode of The Surpreme Fabulettes cartoon in which the girls help Santa save Christmas. Seeing the audience singing and dancing to their show last night, one can believe they truly did.

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The Blurb

The Supreme Fabulettes have added an extra early Christmas show at 7.00pm on Wednesday 19 December at Leicester Square Theatre due to overwhelming public demand.

Miss Vanilla Lush, Miss Vicki Vivacious and Miss Maddison Lee are celebrating their first Christmas together as London’s hottest new close harmony singing group by throwing a festive feel-good party for 800 special guests at Leicester Square Theatre on Wednesday 19 December.

You are cordially invited to come along and hear a host of Christmas favourites, all delivered with a Supreme Fabulettes twist.

And the evening will have a world premiere - the very first public performance of You Ruined My Christmas, a special festive song written for them by Boy George - who’s one of their biggest fans.

The Supreme Fabulettes have been acclaimed for combining slick choreography, amazing vocal harmonies, stunning couture gowns and signature Glee-style song mash-ups of classic 1960s hits and contemporary songs by likes of The Supremes, The Andrews Sisters, Adele and Beyonce among many others.

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