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Step up Marks & Spencer who are inviting us to play the modern femme fatale with their new vampish AW13 fashion range.
Jones, 43, won the best supporting actress Oscar for her performance in 2002's Chicago as vampish killer Velma Kelly and was made a CBE in 2011 during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace which she attended with her husband and their two children.
Black lace and red satin, the high heeled vampish days.
She was also seen with red lips all over her body, up her legs in her hair, topping off her outfit with red lipstick and vampish red nails.
Michelle, who became famous after playing bad girl Jen Lindley in teen drama Dawson's Creek and showed her vampish side in Deception, said that she never wanted bombshell roles.
The traditional tale features the evil queen, played by former model Linda Lusardi, who took to the role with such aplomb that when she magically becomes 'good' at the end you long for her vampish alter-ego.
She has a hard-edged voice and bluesy, vampish rock pop to match.
A Night Out With Tommy Cooper New Theatre, Cardiff Tickets: pounds 8-pounds 20 Clive Mantle rolls out the gags in this acclaimed tribute to Caerphilly-born Cooper Telephone: 029 2087 8889 Katherine Jenkins Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff Tickets: pounds 25-pounds 56 Our favourite Welsh diva sheds her wholesome image to indulge in acrobatic vampish antics.
50 (Marks and Spencer) A SHEER take on the blackberry shade, this moisturising lipstick's still vampish but light enough to wear every day without causing a commotion.
If it wasn't bad enough that Brady chose to wear such vampish, inappropriate footwear to a business meeting, albeit to say her goodbyes to the Blues.
It belonged to Lady Thelma Furness, who had enjoyed a close relationship with the then Prince of Wales herself before introducing him to her vampish best buddy Wallis.
Francesca Jackson, a finalist in the BBC's I'd Do Anything, captures the era in her role as the vampish Sue and is given plenty of opportunities to show off her powerful voice.