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In fact Ruby Murray has become so synomyous with curry, that many London Indian restaurants are named simply "The Ruby". Born in Belfast in 1935, she scored seven top ten hits in the UK during the 50s, including "Heartbeat" (1954), "Softly, Softly" (1955), "If Anyone Finds This, I Love You" (1955) and "Evermore" (1955), along with many other smash hits.
Rhyming slang moves with the times, and the extraordinary rise in popularity of curry in the 1970s attracted new slang.
He hit the big time in the original 1973 London production of The Rocky Horror Show, playing the mad transvestite scientist Dr Frank-N-Furter.
He went with the show to New York and Los Angeles before playing the same character in the 1975 film.
'"And Rosie - who has ruled out the possibility of ever getting married again - was understandably devastated when her ex-wife Michelle Rounds passed away in an apparent suicide in September at just 46-years-old.