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Mae gan Elin Manahan Thomas dri chwpwrdd dillad ond mae Nia Parry yn awyddus i weld beth sydd yn un ohonynt yn arbennig. 2008 edition featuring the clothes of soprano Elin Manah...


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-In this programme, a peek inside

-Paul Thomas's wardrobe...

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-..before we get rid of

-most his clothes.

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-We see a different side

-to talented actress, Delyth Eirwyn.

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-Finally, to Brighton...

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-..where we'll meet singer,

-Elin Manahan Thomas.

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-Welcome to Cwpwrdd Dillad.

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-Eleanor, why are we in Pontyberem?

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-We struggle

-to find men for our makeovers...

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-..so I contacted businesses

-and companies by phone and email.

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-I contacted Menter Cwm Gwendraeth,

-which is next door to this cafe...

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-..and Paul phoned me

-to say he was interested.

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-It was the phone call

-I'd waited for all my life.

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-I need some sort of spark.

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-A lot has happened to me

-over the past year.

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-I split up with my girlfriend

-of two and a half years.

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-That was a massive change

-in my life.

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-I felt I'd reached a crossroads.

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-We all reach a certain age

-when we really fancy a change.

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-He's adopted a healthy lifestyle.

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-He does yoga and pilates.

-He also goes out walking.

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-He's become aware of his image.

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-You're growing in confidence

-and clothes are the next step.

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-Yes, changing my style would reflect

-the changes I've made to my life.

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-I've grown up a lot

-over the past year.

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-I want to do

-some more adventurous things.

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-I remember Paul

-buying his first shirt.

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-He still wears it, despite the fact

-that fashion has moved on.

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-Some of the items in here

-belong to a different decade.

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-I'm talking about these shirts.

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-He's still living in the 1990s

-when we first started going out.

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-We had a lot of fun

-during that period.

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-He may be trying to cling on

-to those days...

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-..by wearing the same clothes

-and going to the same places.

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-Everyone else has moved on.

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-This jumper turns my stomach!

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-It reminds me of the jumpers boys

-wore when I was at school in 1996.

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-I'd realised it was out of fashion

-and unsuitable!

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-This is a check shirt

-and you have quite a wide body.

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-A large pattern will draw attention

-to the width of your body.

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-It's better for you to wear shirts

-will small patterns on them.

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-I know when something looks good...

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-..but I didn't know why

-it looked good and how to look good.

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-You must remember never to wear

-your shirt outside your trousers.

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-It's then important

-to have a nice belt.

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-That looks much better.

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-You must avoid wearing dark colours,

-especially black.

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-You have pale skin.

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-You can wear black

-if you team it with a light colour.

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-You own a lot of round-neck jumpers.

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-Round-neck jumpers aren't great

-for your body shape.

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-You'd be better off

-wearing V-neck jumpers.

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-He'll look much more mature

-but in a funky way.

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-The clothes he now wears

-are too young for him.

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-He's 32, so he's still young.

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-What he must do is start to create

-a more sophisticated image.

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-First, I'd like to talk about

-these tailored clothes.

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-There's a lot of structure here.

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-I've chosen smart waistcoats

-and jackets...

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-..to give your body a strong shape.

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-These colours are dark

-but they're quite soft.

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-I hope to keep dressing in

-a stylish way over the coming years.

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-I think Eleanor's a good teacher.

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-I feel like a new man

-and that's great.

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-The shirts

-contrast with the jackets.

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-They add colour and unusual patterns

-to your wardrobe.

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-Over the years, I haven't always

-made the effort to look good.

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-I've been guilty of going out

-without any preparation.

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-This new wardrobe of mine

-will make life much easier.

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-I bought this black jacket for you.

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-It's important to team it

-with a light shirt, blue jeans...

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-..black shoes and a black belt.

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-You'll look great.

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-I was taken aback

-by the positive reaction.

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-They really had noticed

-what I wore in the past.

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-It's important that the clothes

-you wear reflect your character.

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-He's a new man.

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-I like the shirt and the tie.

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-I also like

-the hair and the spectacles.

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-I love the hair.

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-The spectacles aren't as noticeable

-as your old ones.

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-You scrub up well!

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-Weekends will never

-be the same again for you!

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-I'm happy

-they gave me a positive reaction...

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-..and they think

-this really is a new Paul.

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-I feel I've matured.

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-I don't worry about

-little things any more.

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-I feel a lot more confident...

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-..and I want to have fun.

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-I feel I've been holding back

-for years...

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-..and this reflects

-the changes I've made in my life.

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-If you look good, you feel good.

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-We know Delyth Eirwyn as an actor.

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-Her Tipyn o Stad character

-is passionate...

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-..and she has a passion for clothes.

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-Sorry about all these steps!

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-It's a little bit steep, isn't it?

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-Here we are, in the attic.

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-Yes, far from the madding crowd!

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-You don't even have to get

-out of bed to choose your outfit!

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-Your wardrobe is there

-in front of you.

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-Yes, everything's on display.

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-I can get up and have a little think

-about what I'm going to wear.

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-These are your special clothes.

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-When I lived in London

-a few years ago...

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-..I was friends with

-some clothes designers.

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-Their company is called Preen.

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-They'd started up their company...

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-..a couple of years

-before this jacket was designed.

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-They've since become

-a highly successful company.

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-Kate Moss and other celebrities

-wear their designs.

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-My sister designed

-the Preen corporate logo.

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-I worked for them

-at Portobello Market.

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-Rather than pay me with money,

-they paid me with clothes.

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-Money meant nothing to me

-but clothes were priceless!

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-This jacket

-is my first Preen garment.

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-This is also a Preen design.

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-They've played around

-with this gathering.

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-How much would a skirt like this

-have cost back then?

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-It would have cost

-a couple of hundred pounds.

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-I didn't pay a penny for it,

-of course!

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-I wear a lot of black,

-teamed with a single colour.

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-I've worn red more often than not.

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-I bought this

-to go to a wedding in Los Angeles.

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-'Every girl

-wants a pair of red shoes'.

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-That's true!

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-Yes, and a few Americans read my

-back during the wedding ceremony!

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-That was their excuse, anyway!

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-The truth is they couldn't

-take their eyes off me!

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-Did you have a good time

-at the wedding?

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-Yes, we partied

-in the most amazing place.

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-There was a jazz band

-at the bottom of the garden.

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-A couple of the girls had sung

-and I was invited up there.

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-It was a top hat on the evening!

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-I sang Corcovado.

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-"Which key do you want?"

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-"I don't care! Let's go!"

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-We had great fun

-but we had to stop in the end...

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-..because the woman who lived next

-door complained about the noise.

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-Her name is Sharon Stone!

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-Her name is Sharon Stone!

-

-Sharon Stone, the actor?

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-Yes.

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-"Tell that Delyth to be quiet!"

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-"Screaming her head off, she is!"

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-We had to pack it in.

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-# Nah-nah, nah-nah, nah nah nah

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-# Badam-bum

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-# Ba-dada nah-nah, nah

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-# Nah, nah, nah

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-# Badam-nah

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-# Bah, bah

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-# Um cantinho um violao

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-# Esse amor numa cancao

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-# Pra fazer fleiz a quem se ama

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-# Muita calma pra pensar

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-# E ter tempo pra sonhar

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-# Da jenela ve-se o Corcovado

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-# O Redentor que lindo... #

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-Tell me about the music

-you and your band create.

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-Do you dress

-to fit in with that image?

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-We play Brazilian music.

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-We play some bossa nova, which is

-a 1940s and 1950s Latin jazz form.

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-We also play some samba music...

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-..which is more contemporary.

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-Samba has strong connections

-with the carnival.

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-If I wore clothes to reflect

-that carnival connection...

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-..I'd be in a spangly bikini

-and some feathers!

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-It wouldn't be a great look!

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-I think I lean towards a jazz look.

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-Are you sentimental

-about your clothes?

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-No, I don't think I'm sentimental

-about anything.

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-Fashion moves really quickly.

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-I get rid of old clothes

-and buy some new ones.

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-I enjoy buying new clothes

-for different occasions.

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-It's all part of the enjoyment.

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-If an outfit is new, it's better!

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-The moment I'm tired of them...

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-..it's out with the old,

-in with the new.

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-It's the same with my men!

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-# O que e Felicidade

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-# O que e Felicidade

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-# O que e Felicidade

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-# Meu Amor #

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-# Ombra mai fu... #

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-I wasn't a girly girl

-when I was young.

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-I wasn't keen on dresses

-or dressing up.

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-I didn't see the point.

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-I wore trousers and tops.

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-I was a tomboy.

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-It's strange how life changes.

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-Elin Manahan Thomas...

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-..didn't know she'd be

-a professional singer either.

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-She specializes in Baroque music...

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-..and she must dress appropriately

-for every concert.

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-As a result,

-Elin has a lot of clothes.

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-Hello! Come in.

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-I have three wardrobes in total.

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-I know where everything is.

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-I'm very organized.

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-I mainly perform at concerts and

-that's why I have so many clothes.

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-I must wear the right dress

-for every concert.

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-Come up and see my three wardrobes.

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-This is your

-everyday clothes wardrobe.

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-Yes, which means

-it's my least exciting wardrobe.

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-It's full of jumpers, tops,

-skirts, trousers and dresses.

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-I wear a lot of dresses

-and these are my everyday ones.

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-Let's move on to the next wardrobe.

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-You don't turn up to rehearsals

-looking scruffy.

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-I always make an effort.

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-I choose my outfit carefully,

-even for an afternoon rehearsal.

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-I must look the part.

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-It's important to me

-to look as though I belong there.

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-This is my second dressing room.

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-Are these performance clothes

-or are they pleasure clothes?

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-Some of it is party wear

-and a lot is for performing.

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-It's informal recital, afternoon

-concert or summer concert wear.

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-This is important to me.

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-It was given to me by Universal

-for the album cover photoshoot.

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-It's very important to me.

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-It means a lot to me.

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-This is a nice dress.

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-I wore if for the concert to mark

-Classic FM's 15th birthday...

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-..at the Albert Hall.

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-When I wear one of these,

-my husband says I look pretty.

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-It's lovely because it makes me feel

-like a woman rather than a singer.

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-These are mainly for recitals.

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-I can move around in them

-and I feel more relaxed in them.

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-It's more normal and less formal.

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-I don't feel on a pedestal

-when I perform in these clothes.

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-I'm happy to give recitals in

-trousers because I can move around.

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-I often wear trousers

-and smart bustiers.

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-I choose carefully.

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-It shows you respect the audience.

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-It shows you respect the audience.

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-Yes, and the music too.

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-If you're going to make the effort

-to sing the music well...

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-..why not

-put the whole package together?

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-Can I see the big dresses?

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-Can I see the big dresses?

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-Yes. They're much bigger than these.

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-Long dresses are fantastic,

-exciting and beautiful...

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-..but they're like a uniform for me.

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-When I wear a dress like this,

-I'm working.

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-People don't realize

-how important it is...

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-..to wear the right dress

-for a concert.

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-I must be properly dressed.

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-If I'm singing a requiem,

-I must wear black.

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-If I'm singing the Passion,

-I wear dark blue or dark green.

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-If I'm singing in a church,

-I must cover my shoulders.

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-I have a selection of

-nice little cardigans and scarves.

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-Here we are - the grand finale!

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-The performance gowns.

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-I'll start with my first gown.

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-It's the first dress I bought

-to be worn for formal concerts.

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-It's very simple.

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-I had a concert at King's

-and we were doing Saul by Handel.

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-All I had to sing was

-# He comes! He comes! #

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-I then had a recitative at the end.

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-I was so nervous, I sang

-# He comes! (HICCUP) He comes! #

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-This was my first strapless gown.

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-I wore it in Brecon,

-when I sang Magnificat by Bach.

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-I was sitting in a church pew,

-facing the orchestra.

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-When I got up, I was standing

-on the hem of my dress.

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-When I stood up,

-my dress came right down!

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-Most of the orchestra members

-didn't see me.

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-Only the brass section

-saw what happened...

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-..and they laughed uncontrollably.

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-I sat back down, pulled up my dress,

-got up and turned around.

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-I then had to sing Quia Respexit,

-which is the Virgin Mary's song!

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-That was very apt!

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-When you're performing...

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-..you don't want to be worrying

-about necklines or tight clothes.

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-Your priority is to be comfortable.

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-Absolutely.

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-The music is what matters and

-it's more important than my voice.

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-I must perform that music...

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-..but I love it when someone says,

-"Wow! That music was amazing."

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-It's more satisfying than

-compliments about my singing.

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-Amassing a collection of gowns

-is expensive.

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-Jewellery and shoes

-are important, too.

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-I can't wear the same dress twice

-at the same venue.

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-I keep a diary of where I've been

-and what I wore.

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-I make sure no-one can say,

-"She wore that dress last year."

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-My insurance bill for these gowns

-is massive.

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-There are thousands of pounds' worth

-of dresses up here.

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-Gowns cost around 800...

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-..but I picked this up in Edinburgh

-for 180.

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-I asked the lady why it was only

-180 and she replied, "Why not?"

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-She didn't realise how cheap it was,

-so I bought it and left quickly!

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-I bought something else

-from that shop.

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-This is a heavy dress!

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-Yes.

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-Gowns take up a lot of my

-luggage allowance when I go abroad!

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-Wow!

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-This is very special.

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-I wore it

-for the Llangollen Opera Gala...

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-..where I appeared with Alfie Boe

-and David Kempster.

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-It was nice

-to walk on and feel special.

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-I like my sparkly dresses.

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-You don't have to shop in exotic

-places - this came from Llanelli!

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-Most women only get to wear a long

-dress with net on their wedding day.

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-You get to do it all the time!

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-Yes, and as I told you earlier,

-it's my uniform.

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-Having said that,

-I do feel a bit special.

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-When I feel it's a chore

-to put on make-up and do my hair...

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-..I put on my dress

-and think, "Hello!"

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-This is another dress

-my mother found in Llanelli.

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-Is she your personal shopper?

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-Yes, and I'm sure she regrets

-having a singer for a daughter!

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-Look! It's a Cinderella dress.

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-It's amazing!

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-I wore this for the second half

-of the gala at Llangollen.

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-What a diva -

-I had a costume change!

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-When I walk out and everyone says,

-"Wow!", it's a great feeling.

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-It fills me with confidence.

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-If I step onto the stage

-looking the part...

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-..people will say, "Wow!

-What a beautiful, attractive woman!"

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-It's a good start because

-it gets the audience on side.

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-I then open my mouth and sing

-and hope they still like me.

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-This is my favourite dress.

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-It's incredibly beautiful.

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-I want to wear it all day long,

-even to do the hoovering!

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-I bet you already do that!

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-I bet you already do that!

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-Yes. Don't tell anyone!

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-S4C subtitles by Eirlys A Jones

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Mae gan Elin Manahan Thomas dri chwpwrdd dillad ond mae Nia Parry yn awyddus i weld beth sydd yn un ohonynt yn arbennig. 2008 edition featuring the clothes of soprano Elin Manahan Thomas.