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Artist Statistics

Below are the number of appearances made, sorted by the most popular types of performance. Repeat performances are not counted, unless stated otherwise.


Artist Appearances

Episode Performance
25/04/2003 Couldn’t Have Said It Better
Studio Performance

15/11/1996 Modern Girl
Studio Performance

01/02/1996 Not A Dry Eye In The House
Studio Performance

Christmas 1995 I’d Lie For You (and That’s The Truth)
Studio Performance

26/10/1995 I’d Lie For You (and That’s The Truth)
Studio Performance

12/10/1995 I’d Lie For You (and That’s The Truth)
Studio Performance

28/09/1995 I’d Lie For You (and That’s The Truth)
Music Video

14/04/1994 Objects In The Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are
Studio Performance

17/02/1994 Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through
Top 40 Breaker Clip

Christmas 1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

16/12/1993 Bat Out Of Hell
Music Video

02/12/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

25/11/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

18/11/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

11/11/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

04/11/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

28/10/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

21/10/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

07/10/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Music Video

26/08/1993 I’d Do Anything For Love (but I Won’t Do That)
Satillite Performance

01/11/1984 Modern Girl
Audience Dancing

18/10/1984 Modern Girl
Studio Performance

20/10/1983 Midnight At The Lost & Found
Audience Dancing

06/10/1983 Midnight At The Lost & Found
Music Video

18/02/1982 Dead Ringer For Love
Music Video

04/02/1982 Dead Ringer For Love
Audience Dancing

21/01/1982 Dead Ringer For Love
Music Video

07/01/1982 Dead Ringer For Love
Music Video

22/02/1979 Bat Out Of Hell
Audience Dancing




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