Jul 25, 2014 15:57 | By Robin Turner
From Wales Online
The Welsh singing star, who will be entertaining thousands at Silverstone this weekend, says she has no plans to retire.
Despite turning 63 this summer, Bonnie Tyler - who will be entertaining thousands at Silverstone this weekend - says she will “never retire”.
And the Swansea star, who has homes in Mumbles and the Algarve, also admitted to using botox twice a year in a routine that’s like “going to the dentist”.
“It’s not so bad to be older when you have botox! I take it twice a year,” she told Norway’s TV2.
“It is important to start early so you don’t get wrinkles. You should begin with botox in the forehead. Not around the mouth, then you get problems smiling and laughing.
“Two small doses twice a year... it’s just like going to the dentist.”
Asked if she would ever retire, the singer said: “Oh, no. I think not! Being an artist is all about live performances these days. And I’m not finished yet!”
Bonnie was in Norway to appear on TV2 singing her hit Total Eclipse of the Heart as a duet with Norwegian star Eric Softerland.
This weekend, she will be back in the UK singing at the annual Silverstone Classic Car rally, the world’s biggest classic car motor sport rally, where ‘70s rockers Canned Heat are also be on the bill.
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Bonnie Tyler, who has had a remarkable career spanning more than 40 years, possesses an instantly-recognisable husky voice (the legacy of an operation to remove vocal nodules) and has recorded some of the biggest hits in chart history.
She shot to prominence in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s with a string of hit singles including Lost In France, More Than A Lover and Total Eclipse of the Heart.
With her former judo star husband Robbie Sullivan she has built up a property empire which includes hotels, homes and other properties such as farms and ranches across the world.
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