Another week, another Sunday Brunch video from our favorite nutty Brits.
King Crimson guitarist Robert Fripp and his wife Toyah have been basking in the recent success of their weekly entries on YouTube. It’s clear as headlights why the couple’s videos have gone viral. They certainly know it, and are taking full advantage.
We’re not going to pretend that we’re not taking advantage, too. People seem to really be drawn to the husband and wife’s kooky clips, but they especially respond rather quickly to the prominence of Mrs. Fripp’s upper half.
The frenzy started just three weeks ago when the pair’s cover of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” went viral—largely due to the transparent top on Toyah. Within just two days they had over a million views on YouTube, and it was being shared all over the internet.
These two are having fun, and good on them! Robert Fripp has enjoyed a long, successful career, and if he can have a great time with his woman showing off her assets during his golden years, then why not?
Perhaps hoping for another quick million hits, Toyah has gone back to the shirt that got attention in the first place. This time, she straps on a guitar to accompany Robert on some of Joan Jett’s 1981 #1 hit “I Love Rock and Roll.” They barely perform half of the song, but does it really matter? Watch below:
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