Georgina Bailey is a top ten hit by the 70s group Focks. The song is about a slightly overweight, young-ish woman who f***s her way to stardom, fame and fortune.
The song states that she dances in a proto-nazi group cheekily named The SS, that she dearly loves her granddad, who is a former comedy star, that she has sex with a comedian/actor/radio host, then sells her 'story' about their night together to a disreputable tabloid paper.
The song goes on to explain that Georgina Bailey uses her tacky revelations to end the careers of several people, and then signs up with an agent who is notorious for making nonentities into stars. The chorus contains the line: 'Fifteen minutes was way too long for you, Georgina, one second would have been more than enough'.
Critics have slammed the song, claiming that its controversial content libels a real person who did not f**k her way to stardom, fame and fortune; whose granddad is unloved and not a former comedy star; who did not have sex with a comedian/actor/radio host, nor sell her 'story' to a tabloid paper.
This 'real' person allegedly did not use her tacky revelations to end the careers of several people, nor did she sign up with an agent notorious for making nonentities into stars.
Many radio stations have refused to play the song, whilst some have even gone to the extent of sacking or suspending any DJs who play the song, even in the privacy of their own homes.
Another woman, also named Georgina Bailey, from Ross-on-Wye, has just rush released a brand-new cover version of the song. It has yet to debut. It's destined for the top of the charts. You heard it here first. Watch this space.