SCOTS pop diva Lulu has admitted she won’t be holding a party to mark her 70th birthday.
The 1969 Eurovision Song Contest winner, whose hit Shout reached the top of the charts when she was just 15, said she isn’t a “party person” and always felt uncomfortable in her skin when going out.
The singer said: “I’m not a party person. Elton John and David Furnish threw me a big party for my 60th, but I’m not going to have a big 70th.”
Lulu, who was born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie in Lennoxtown, Stirlingshire, said she has no plans to slow down as she turns 70, and has just returned to the West End after 30 years to star in the musical 42nd Street.
She replaced fellow Scot Sheena Easton as ageing diva Dorothy Brock in the musical, which has been a hit since it opened in April 2017.
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