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Super Seniors News Archive
Peaches Calls Upon Feist, Margaret Cho, & A Whole Bunch Of Burlesque Legends For Her I Mean Something Music Video!
We hope we're that fierce at their age!
That's because her music video for I Mean Something is as weird and wacky as it is catchy!
The Canadian singer teamed up with Feist for the song, but utilized even more talent for the vid itself.
We're talking everyone from comedians like Margaret Cho to legends in the world of burlesque like Kitten Nativdad and Satans Angel!
Ch-ch-check out what Peaches is all about with the video to I Mean Something (above)!!!
This Video Showcasing A Senior Citizen Synchronized Swim Team Will Absolutely Melt Your Heart! WATCH HERE!
Age ain't nothing but a number.
Recently, filmmaker Veena Rao produced a short film that showcased The Harlem Honeys and Bears, a synchronized swim team for seniors 55 years and older.
For the members, participating in this swimming-dancing hybrid is more than just exercise…
As one participant put it:
"Oh the freedom! I feel so free! I wish I could be naked."
And all the ladies range in ages from 55 to 92. One swimmer even started in her 60s, proving that it's never too late in life to find happiness!
To see the inspiring clip, ch-ch-check it out (below)
Grace Jones was feeling wild and free this weekend!
The legendary singer and beauty icon let it all hang out by wearing little more than some tribal body paint, a grass skirt, and some sort of corset/girdle thing during her performance at the Parklife Festival in Manchester, UK on Sunday!
Her nipples were also "censored" with some white paint!
The 67-year-old doesn't seem to have lost her performance chops in the least, and was owning the heck out of her audience!
We hope we're half as fierce when we're in our late 60s!
See the uncensored pic below!
This is a HIGHlariously great idea!
YouTuber Alex Boye decided that Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' hit Uptown Funk needed a bit of a remix… with some senior citizens!
This version of the song has a bit of a Jamaican flair, with a whole lot of sass!
Decked out in their sharpest suits and riding around in the brightest car they could find, these grandpas show everyone that
Lee Wachtstetter is an 86-year-old woman who's spent the past 7 years living on a cruise ship.
No, she didn't lose her passport and get stuck in international waters or something.
Wachtstetter, who's known as Mama Lee, lives aboard the 1,070-passenger Crystal Serenity cruise ship.
After the death of her beloved husband, she decided to sell her five-bedroom home in Fort Lauderdale and permanently move into the luxury cruise ship.
"My husband introduced me to cruising. Mason was a banker and real estate appraiser and taught me to love cruising. During our 50-year marriage we did 89 cruises. I've done nearly a hundred more and 15 world cruises. I stopped counting after 100. Just say I've been to almost any country that has a port."
Mama Lee estimates it'll cost about