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Also from the Derbyshire Evening Telegraph
A chocolate heads-up, by the Grace of Jones:
SHE'S starred as a larger-than-life Bond girl and in her own weird and wonderful music videos.
But this is the latest bizarre image of singer Grace Jones – grabbing a chocolate replica of her own head in a Derbyshire factory.
Life-size replicas of her body parts were produced by Somercotes-based Thorntons as artwork for the cover of her new album.
The sleeve art for the Jamaican former model's album will feature images.
But despite looking delicious, the body parts were inedible – after being sprayed with chemicals to make them look glossy during the shoot.
Only Grace and Jonathan Ross, whose show she appeared on last Friday, know how good they taste after being sent two special, edible versions.
And Jonathan Ross knows all about good taste. Well, he does now, at any rate.
The singer travelled to Thorntons earlier this month for the photoshoot.
A spokeswoman for Thorntons said the factory had kept a couple of heads as souvenirs and others had been given to people involved in the shoot.
She said: "The heads were actually really heavy and Grace had difficulty holding them during some of the shots.
"It was hard work but a lot of fun and Grace just had the best time.
"The factory has a very down-to-earth vibe and, when Grace walked in, everyone was saying 'ey up ducky' to her!
"She didn't understand what they meant and asked why everyone was calling her a duck.
That old canard. The Derbyshire Evening Telegraph has nothing to do with erstwhile New English Review columnist and Euler prize winner, John Derbyshire.