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Frankee, who was born Nicole Francine Aiello but uses the name Frankee because it was her grandfather’s nickname, began singing at age of six and she was taking both singing and dancing lessons as a teenager.
A single said to be a response from the former lover of soul singer Eamon's expletive-laden chart-topper has become the UK singles number one. Morrissey comeback Like Eamon's controversial track, Frankee's song is also liberally studded with swear words.Her instincts were correct and her demo tapes led to offers from several record labels.What’s more, she had been recording long before Eamon.The first known use of the F-word was in 1503 in the poetry of William Dunbar and so when Eamon,who was the first to include it in the title of a number one hit, it could have been paraded as the 500th anniversary edition.
The word was banned from broadcasting for many years and the first person to say it on the BBC was the theatre critic, Ken Tynan, in an arts programme in 1965.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.