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Toni Willie wows fans

Reijeli Kikau
Friday, July 16, 2010

MORE than 500 fans cheered when Pussycat singer Toni Wille took the stage at the Vodafone Arena last night.

Wearing a white jacket and black tight pants, Ms Wille took the Suva fans by storm opening her concert with the song Broken Souvenirs.

Fans rushed near the main stage to take photographs of Ms Wille while some danced to the beat of the '70s favourites.

Before the concert, Ms Wille said: "We will be singing the famous Bad Boy, Broken Souvenirs and I do not know if the fans here know and like the song Light Up the World it was also one of our major hits," she said.

Local back-up singer Kiti Niumataiwalu said she was honoured to be singing with one of the best in the world.

"It has been an honour and I will always cherish this memories of singing with the best who is also a simple and down to earth person," she said.

Ms Wille's local back-up singers also include Alexia Rae-Costello and Maureen Sorovi who are all from Nadi.

Ms Wille will perform tonight in Nadi.





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