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  1. Interview with Marcella Detroit , from Popstar to Opera Star and Life after 50

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    Article by Fabafterfifty Marcella Detroit, AKA Marcy Levy describes herself  as a musician, singer and songwriter, and most importantly, an artist.     Marcella shows that our 50s are a time to take advantage of opportunities Most recently seen on our TV screens  on Popstar to Opera Star, Marcella gave an unforgettable rendition  of Mozart’s Queen of the Night from the Magic Flute- proving that she is most definitely a woman of many talents, and proving to us that our 50s are a time to take opportunities when we have the chance. Fabafterfifty was delighted to be offered the chance to chat to Marcella and find out what being in her 50s means...
  2. Interview with Rula Lenska on Life After 50 and Coronation Street

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    Article by Fabafterfifty Fabafterfifty was thrilled to have the opportunity to chat with Rula Lenska and ask her about life after 50 and her views on ageing. Do you think general/media perceptions of women over 50 have caught up with reality? I still think that there is too much emphasis on growing older un naturally.. It seems now to be there norm to start improving on nature at a very early age…. And if one does not do so it is regarded as wrong… Of course everyone has the choice but I resent being demanded by magazines and articles that lines and wrinkles are wrong and everything possible should be done not to show your life in your face and body….. Do you think we (as a generation) are succeeding in changing perceptions of mature women? Yes I certainly...
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