Friday, September 30, 2005

Hairdresser Gets Hot And Bothered In ‘Heat And Tension’

CHICAGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Things can get hot in a salon, and Chicago-based hairdresser Scott Montgomery says it’s not because of the hairdryers.

Tomorrow (Oct. 1), Montgomery, who moonlights as a cabaret singer, will put his scissors aside to perform a show entitled Heat & Tension...Secrets From The Salon Floor and says he’s ready to heat things up by singing lots of sexy songs.

He explains, “When drying the hair, heat and tension is what you need to make the hair shiny and songs about sex are about heat and tension.”

Some of the sexy tunes in his repertoire include Cole Porter’s “Rub Your Lamp,” which he says is about “rubbing your own lamp” and Donna Summer’s “Dim All The Lights.”

He predicts things could get hairy when he pulls out a Wonder Woman doll to sing a horny ditty called “But In The Morning, No.”

In true cabaret style, the hairdresser reveals that the doll represents what he thinks about women, and that, “The metaphor is she’s in my pocket.”

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