Lutricia mcneal - millennium hits

Although many artists appeared multiple times in the programme over a number of years, the list notes just their first appearance. This list also only comprises artists who performed in the show's studio, not video clips shown.

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French rap artist La Fouine sampled the first verse of the song in his 2013 song "Quand Je Partirai". The single peaked at #74 in the French charts.

Ace of Base – All That She Wants
Robyn – Show Me Love
Texas – Say What You Want
Steps - Say You'll be mine
Brandy & Monica – The Boy Is Mine
Pappa Bear – Cherish
City To City – The Road Ahead
All Saints – I Know Where It’s At
Snow – Informer
Mr. President – Coco Jambo
Anouk – Nobody’s Wife
Backstreet Boys - I Want it that way
Pras ft. Ol’ Dirty Bastard & Mya – Ghetto Supastar
Cleopatra – Life Ain’t Easy
DJ Bobo – Everybody
Masterboy – Land Of Dreaming
Liquido - Narcotic
DJ Bobo – There Is A Party
En Vogue – My Lovin (You’re Never Gonna Get It)
The Blue Boy – Remember Me
UB40 – Kingston Town
Britney Spears – (You Drive Me) Crazy
Sixpence None The Richer – Kiss Me
Lutricia McNeal – My Side Of Town
Lighthouse Family – High
Julio Iglesias – Milonga Sentimental
Geri Halliwell - Mi Chico Latino
George Michael – Too Funky (Sample)
U2 – Mysterious Ways
Wyclef Jean ft. Bono – New Day
Jessica Folker – How Will I Know
T-Spoon – Sex On The Beach
T-Spoon - Summer Love
LFO - Summer Girls
Enrique Iglesias – Bailamos
Five - Got the Feelin'
Flip Da Scrip – You To Me
En Vogue – Free Your Mind
LeAnn Rimes - Can't fight the moonlight
Lauryn Hill - Doo Wop (that thing)
Gabrielle – Dreams
Backstreet Boys – As Long As You Love Me
Moby – Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?
T-Spoon – Mercedes Benz
Enrique Iglesias – Rhythm Divine
Heart – All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You
New Kids On The Block – Tonight
A+ - Enjoy Yourself
Charles & Eddie – Would I Lie To You
Kriss Kross – Jump
Andreas Johnson – Glorious
Indecent Obsession – Kiss Me
Roxette – Joyride
Meja - All ‘bout the Money
Next – Too Close
Backstreet Boys – Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)
Eternal - I Wanna be the only one
Ultimate Kaos – Casanova
Céline Dion – My Heart Will Go On
Solid HarmoniE – I Want You To Want Me
Destiny’s Child – Bug A Boo
Blackstreet ft. Janet Jackson – Girlfriend/Boyfriend
Cleopatra – Cleopatra’s Theme
Jon Secada – Just Another Day
Des’ree – Life
Vengaboys – We’re Going To Ibiza!
K7 – Come Baby Come
Los Del Mar – Macarena
Montell Jordan – This Is How We Do It
Venice – Another Kiss
Solid Base – Love
Aqua – Turn Back Time
ICT – Lasciati Tentare
Chilli ft. Carrapicho – Tic Tic Tac
Five – When The Lights Go Out
Soul II Soul – Back To Life
Bette Midler – To Deserve You
Roxette – Fading Like A Flower
Michael Jackson ft. Janet Jackson – Scream
Joe Public – Live And Learn
The Offspring – Self Esteem (sample)
Puff Johnson – Over And Over
98 Degrees – Because Of You
Savage Garden – I Want You
Beastie Boys – Intergalactic
Michael Jackson – Ghosts
Peach – On My Own
Hanson – MMMBop
DNA ft. Suzanne Vega – Tom’s Diner
T-Spoon – Tom’s Party
Jamiroquai – Deeper Underground
Will Smith – Gettin’ Jiggy With It
Salt-N-Pepa – Let’s Talk About Sex
Los Umbrellos – No Tengo Dinero
Spice Girls – Wannabe
Will Smith ft. Dru Hill, Kool Mo Dee – Wild Wild West
Incognito – Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing
Will Smith - Men In Black
Will Smith – Miami
Spice Girls – Say You’ll Be There
Backstreet Boys – Everybody
Fatboy Slim – Praise You
The Chemical Brothers - Block Rockin Beats
KLF – Justified & Ancient
Samantha Mumba - Gotta Tell You
Ace Of Base – Cruel Summer
Unique II – Break My Stride
98 Degrees ft. Stevie Wonder – True To Your Heart
Genesis – I Can’t Dance
The Moffatts – Until You Loved Me
She Moves – Breaking All The Rules
Army Of Lovers – Give My Life
The Offspring – Why Don’t You Get A Job
Backstreet Boys – Larger Than Life

Barbi Benton Net Worth is $20 Million VN:F [_1171] deserves the money?
Rating: / 5 (103 votes cast) VN:F [_1171] Would you date ?
Rating: / 5 (127 votes cast) Profession: Singer, Pin-up girl
Date of Birth: Jan 28, 1950
Nicknames: Barbie Benton, Barbara Klein, Benton, Barbi
Height: m
Country: United States of America
Barbara Lynn Klein better known as the ex-Playboy model Barbi Benton, has an estimated net worth of $20 million. As well as appearing nude in Playboy magazine during the 70's, Benton generated her net worth as an actress and singer. New Yorker Benton moved to Los Angeles at the age of 16, in search of modelling work. Before the Playboy years, Benton was a regular on the variety show Hee Haw, but after four seasons, she left the show to concentrate on other projects. Benton set every teenage boy's heart racing when she became a cover girl for Playboy magazine and appearing nude in double spreads in 1970, 1973 and 1975. Despite her regular appearance in the top shelf magazine, Benton was never a 'Playmate of the Month'. As an actress, she appeared in ABC's comedy series, Sugar Time! The comedy show tells the life of a wannabe female rock group in the 70's. Benton enjoyed considerable success as a country and pop singer in the 70's. Her first single, Brass Buckles (1975), peaked at number 5 on the Billboard's country singles chart. Her 1976 single, Ain't That Just the Way was covered by R&B singer Lutricia McNeal in 1996. McNeal's version of single was a massive hit in the UK and Sweden. Throughout her singing career, Benton went on to produce and record eight albums. Her last album was recorded in 1979. In the same year, Benton married a real estate developer, George Gradow and quitted the showbiz life in 1986 to start a family. Together the couple has two children: Alexander (born 1986) and Ariana (born 1988). Ariana appeared in The Girls of Playboy Mansion in 2008-2009. Benton was in a relationship with Playboy master Hugh Hefner. She met Hefner in the late sixties when she was just 18 and he was 42! Her first TV appearance was on Hefner's show, Playboy, After Dark. Recently Hefner openly admitted that the best thing that came out his 60's TV show, was meeting Benton. Today Benton is now a Interior decorator. Barbi Benton (born January 28, 1950 as Barbara Klein) is an American model, actress and singer.
She was featured on the cover of Playboy several times (initially credited as Barbi Klein) and in nude photo layouts in the March 1970, December 1973, and January 1975 issues, although she was never one of the magazine's "Playmates of the Month".
Benton is known for her years as a regular on the country music series Hee Haw, appearing in comic skits with other cast members. She left the program after four seasons to concentrate on a more Hollywood-oriented career. She also starred in the short-lived ABC-TV comedy series Sugar Time! about an aspiring female rock group in 1977.
Benton was also a recording artist with some success. Her record "Brass Buckles" (1975) was a top five hit on Billboard's country singles chart. Benton has recorded eight albums, the last of which she personally produced in 1979. She also composed the songs, sang them and played piano. One of her better-known songs was "Ain't That Just the Way" (1976), which was also a major hit for Lutricia McNeal in 1996, and was recorded by the Dutch singer Patricia Paay under the title Poor Jeremy in 1977.
Benton is a former girlfriend of Playboy publisher Hugh Hefner and lived with him from 1969 until 1976. When the TV series The Girls Next Door visited her in Aspen, she expressed gratitude that the pair had remained friends.
Benton married George Gradow, a real estate developer, on October 14, 1979. The couple have two children, Alexander (born August 23, 1986) and Ariana (born 1988). For many years, they split their time between their homes in Aspen, Colorado and Los Angeles.
On April 28, 2006, Gradow was sentenced to 15 months in prison after pleading guilty to tax fraud and altering financial documents in a bid to mislead the Internal Revenue Service.
On October 22nd 2011 when Hugh Hefner was asked by Josh Sigurdson over Twitter what his favorite memory of Playboy After Dark was, Hugh re

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