Baccara, a female musical duo from the 1970s made up of two delicate Spanish roses named Mayte Mateos and María Mendiola
Baccara (just one “t” away from being fine crystal) had a moment under the disco ball in the 1970s with several hits in Europe and Japan. In 1977, they were considered the highest-selling musical group of all-time. Nowadays, hos are dropping their pussies and flashing their nipples left and right, but Baccarat were refined ladies. This little tidbit from their Wikipedia page made me stick my pinky out:
They were engaged at a nightclub in the Aragon city of Zaragoza, but their contract was cancelled when the club manager decided that they were “too elegant” for the style of show.
TOO ELEGANT?! There’s no such thing!
Unfortunately, since most of life’s wonderful things come to an end (i.e. an orgasm, a Cadbury egg and a glass of Andre), Baccara split up in the early 80s and went their separate ways. Since then, Baccara has re-formed several times with different members.
Below is Baccara performing Gay Al Reynold’s theme song “Sorry, I’m A Lady” on some TV show. Exquisite eyebrows +graceful hand dancing + soft curls + face joo-ree + lip glass for days = PURE ELEGANCE.
This really makes you want to cross your legs and stick your hand out for a gentleman to kiss.