Frankie Goes to Hollywood’s original lineup of Holly Johnson, Paul Rutherford, Mark O’Toole, Brian Nash, and Peter Gill met again for their first show in 36 years on Sunday.
The group’s return came as part of the opening weekend festivities of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Appearing on stage in Liverpool, they performed “Welcome To The Pleasuredome.” Check out the fan-caught footage below.
Before the show, Nash told the BBC that reuniting for a show in their hometown of Liverpool “felt like a good thing to do,” and said they were looking forward to feeling “a little that Scouse love.” (“Scouse” is the informal term for the Liverpool accent.)
It’s unclear if Frankie Goes to Hollywood has any reunion plans beyond Sunday’s Eurovision performance.
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