I was now renting a house with two other singers, one was Carol Elvin
who was from Croydon, London, and Wendy Todd who came from Newcastle,
a town in the north east of England. Carol was a singer and dancer.
She had shoulder length soft brown hair a heart shaped face and a lovely
figure - but Carol was her own worst enemy, she always fell for married
men and fell hard. They would lead her on making her think they would
get a divorce and none ever did, so Carol had many broken hearts.
Wendy was a dynamo. She stood about 5ft. 6ins. had black hair and
a drop dead figure. Wendy sang all the show tunes like "Oklahoma",
"South Pacific" etc. She made the most of her gorgeous figure
herself into beautiful clothes. But she was so perfectly groomed she
looked unapproachable to these holiday middle classes. On the other
hand, even though I had a lovely complexion and a perfect figure with
a head full of thick blonde hair, I found our audiences to be very approachable.
Sometimes after the show in the gardens, when the audiences crowded
around us for autographs and photos, some people would ask me if I would
get them Wendy's autograph; I would tell them to go to her themselves
as she was very nice, but they always held back.