Toyah Willcox performs Britney Spears’ Toxic in racy ensemble
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Singer Toyah Willcox, 63, has found herself on adult entertainment websites. It comes after the 1970s star uploaded a series of raunchy cover videos to her YouTube channel.
Toyah, who has amassed more than eight top 40 singles and appeared in ten feature films, can now add a new film category to her impressive CV.
In the raunchy videos, she appears alongside her King Crimson rocker husband, Robert Fripp, 75, performing a variety of songs.
One video sees Toyah donning a French maid-inspired costume, while another sees the musician pour water over her chest while wearing a white T-shirt.
Despite the videos finding their way onto X-rated sites, Toyah’s 136,000 YouTube subscribers certainly enjoyed her rendition of covers including Britney Spears’ hit song, Toxic.
Shared on her YouTube channel, Toyah can be seen offering a rendition of Steppenwolf’s 1969 track, Born To Be Wild.
In the video, the singer, who once fronted Songs of Praise, is riding on a spinning bike.
Later in the raunchy video, water is poured down Toyah’s chest causing her top to turn see through, while her modesty is barely protected with white tape.
Another video sees the Troublesome Thing singer performing Toxic, originally released in 2003 by Britney Spears.
Toyah wore a see-through black blouse featuring sparkling diamonds, with her chest carefully protected by what appeared to be black flowers, while she held what appeared to be a policeman’s truncheon.
Towards the end of the video, she and Robert held handprinted signs reading: “Britney we [heart] you.”
Toyah later performed her own edition of Iron Maiden’s The Number of the Beast, wearing nothing but a figure hugging PVC maid outfit while a wind machine left her hair looking windswept.
Covering the hit Alice Cooper song Poison, Toyah can be seen dancing erotically in the kitchen of her home, while wearing a seductive nurses outfit.
In the clip, a wind machine is used to add a touch of glamour, while the mini-skirt of her costume rises to reveal Toyah’s underwear.
Since finding their way onto risqué sites, her videos have raked in a score of 91 per cent.
As the world plummeted into lockdown last year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Toyah and husband Robert launched their “Toyah & Robert’s Sunday Lunch” series on the video sharing platform.
Since then, it has become a hit with their fans who have viewed the risqué videos in their millions, each generating thousands of likes.
Birmingham born Toyah became a household name in the 1970s as the lead singer of her self-titled band, Toyah, before eventually disbanding and launching a career.
Most recently the songstress left ITV viewers stunned during an appearance on Tipping Point.
Viewers were left bewildered when the singer appeared on the knowledge pressing show but pointed out that she was smaller than her fellow competitors.
Toyah was competing to win money for charity alongside Olympian Sharon Davies and Reverend Richard Coles.
Express.co.uk has approached Toyah’s spokesperson for further comment.
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