Louise Robey, model, 80's one-hit pop songstress, actress and ex-Lady Buford, is totally my bitch, she just doesn't know it yet. Someday...oh yes, she will be mine.
Robey (Robey the Wonderful, to you) for those of you who lived in a cave in the 80's or were unfortunately born too late (but that's okay, because all men are thinking of Robey during impregnation, so you are still the Spawn of Robey), is the lady who brought us the song One Night In Bangkok.
For that alone Robey is a goddess, she is my Wonder Woman.
Who, you ask? You thought some dude sang it? That 'dude' would be Murray Head, but Robey did it first. Well, technically ABBA did it for the musical Chess with Head 'singing' the tune (hence similar scenes between the two videos), but Robey still came out with it publicly before Murray.
For some unfathomable reason her song & video was quickly eclipsed on MTV and radio by Head. I blame a conspiracy of evil by soulless record company cokeheads.
Robey totally kicks Murray Head's ass up and down the street. She is Robey, a hot red-head, therefore she wins automatically in any match-up.
After the song gave her some publicity Robey deigned to do few films (just as a lark and we all thank her for it), showing up in the Ahnold masterpiece Raw Deal and a few others. Her most notable work is on the syndicated Friday the 13th television series, which had nothing to do with the movie of the same name and was made incredible by the awesomeness that is Robey.
Again, one more reason that she has been placed among the stars in the heavens.
Visible not only by the naked eye, but by mankind's heart as well.
Robey is, dare I say it, hotter than even the great Hayley Mills.
But don't get me wrong. Robey is a party, but it's Hayley Mills you take home and marry.