Lembit opik still dating cheeky girl
Conservative MP from Montgomeryshire Glyn Davies has backed the man he defeated in the 2010 UK general election, Lembit Opik, as a possible future candidate for the presidency of Estonia.“I see my old friend Lembit Opik could be running for president of Estonia where he has strong family connections,” Davies said.“He should go for it.
Estonian politics is supposedly non-partisan which I think would suit Lembit well.
Although he has lived most of his life in the UK, his background makes him eligible to take part in the politics of the tiny Baltic nation.
Speaking after a recent visit to Talinn, Opik said he is constantly asked to jump into Estonian politics.
Moving to the United Kingdom with their mother in 2002, the girls shot to fame as the Cheeky Girls after auditioning on the British TV shows, Channel 4's Model Behaviour and more importantly Popstars: The Rivals.
“I’m hoping to meet up with him soon and I might offer to campaign for him when over in Estonia myself on EU business,” he said.
The Press Office contacted Paul Holland at Granada Ventures who was able to secure them a deal with the Multiply label, part of Telstar Records.
Cheeky Song (Touch My Bum) was swiftly recorded and released in the first week in December.
The Cheeky Girls are a Romanian-born British-based recording act consisting of twin sisters Gabriela and Monica Irimia (born 31 October 1982), originally from Cluj-Napoca.
After appearing as auditionees in Popstars: The Rivals, they achieved success in the charts with four top 10 hits between 20.On 7 March 2013, the women appeared on the This Week BBC TV programme discussing the subject of Romanian immigration to the UK with host Andrew Neil.