Blondie star Deborah Harry’s sixtysomething youthful looks all down to black sheep

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Drooling men and envious women aged over 50 take note … the secret behind punk icon Deborah Harry’s everlasting youthful lookshas been revealed. It’s all down to injections of black sheep embryos when she was in her early 30s.


The Blondie star, who turned 63 this month, has revealed that she had the cells of sheep injected into her body 30 years ago in a Swiss clinic – and, it seems, they’re still working.


The black sheep cell replacement treatment was an innovative medical advance in the 1970s which heart transplant surgeon Dr. Christiaan Barnard is said to have helped to pioneer.


“I had these cells injected into me when I was 32 or 35 and it turned out I was the youngest person to have the treatment,” Harry told US tabloid The Globe.


“They would take cells from different organs in the sheep – such as the liver, glands, bone and whatever – and make up these injections,” she said. “Whether that treatment lasted this long, I don’t know, but I feel great.”


To show how good she feels, Deborah Harry and Blondie have just embarked on a World Tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their classic Mike Chapman-produced album Parallel Lines. The band will be performing the entire album on stage – including hits such as ‘Heart of Glass’, ‘Hanging On the Telephone’, ‘Sunday Girl’ and ‘One Way or Another’.


To mark the event, EMI Records has released a special 30th Anniversary two-disc Deluxe Edition of Parallel Lines. It includes a booklet of exclusive photos from the album session, and a DVD featuring a previously unavailable Blondie performance of ‘Sunday Girl’ from the BBC TV archive.


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