Hello there little monster, what are you up to?  

Stephanie: Hi, this is Stephanie from The Puppini Sisters. Right now I’m busy preparing for our up-coming Christmas shows- planning a get together with the girls to run our show and am also looking for a new electric violin that will match our new Christmas costumes. Oh- and I’m attempting to make some fabulous fascinators for us to wear too! I’ll be rummaging through John Lewis’ haberdashery section shortly!

Marcella: Hi there, I’m Marcella Puppini – the founder of the Puppini Sisters. Up to no good generally, but today I am in a relaxed mode and here to spread some good, old-fashioned Puppini Gospel.

So, tell me a bit about what you’re here to promote?  


S: Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year, and was also when the three of us came together in December 2004 to form the band. We decided this year would be the year to make an album of our favourite Christmas songs. The album is called ‘Christmas With The Puppini Sisters’ and it’s out now. It’s perfect for getting you in the festive spirit, and there are so many fun and happy songs to take you through the month of Christmas shopping, entertaining, family get-togethers and everything else! We hope you ladies enjoy it as much as we do!

M: Christmas with The Puppini Sisters – the swingiest, most festive collection of Holiday songs you’ll ever hear. We’ve been wanting to record an album of Christmas songs ever since we got together, and now it’s here and we’re beside ourselves with excitement.

And if we didn’t have any clue as to who you were, what three words sum you up?

S: Vintage-Swing-Pop!

M: Close-harmony sluts.

And as Jacko had the Moonwalk and Elvis had the snake hips, what do you have that makes you unique?

S: My ruby red ‘S’ shaped electric violin that I play on stage.  People always comment on that.

M: My whirling dervish dance. Honest!

Now, clearly we need to get to know each other more, so tell me an interesting fact about you that noone else knows?


S: When our band was staring out we thought we could make a quick buck performing at London Underground stations. Ironically, we received the license to perform on the same day we signed our first record contract with Universal Music Group! You can never be too sure!

M: I’m a frustrated dominatrix. I’m too chicken for full-on S&M, so I just dress in PVC and fantasize.

What song do you wish you’d written?

S: ‘Rose Garden’ by Lynn Anderson, one of Country music’s big stars. It is just the nicest most honest sentiment in a song, where she explains to her partner that she never said she was perfect, ‘I never promised you a rose garden’ and asks him to just enjoy what they both have right now. It’s just a lovely, lovely song.

M: Wuthering Heights.

If I was contemplating coming to your show or sitting at home and TV, how would you convince me to come out?  


S: I’d say, get up of that couch, get dressed into something fabulous, outrageous and glamorous as you like and come and join the fun of a night with The Puppini Sisters! Get carried away with the infectious rhythms of Vintage-Swing-Pop and the fun we have on stage and feel the urge to get up on your feet and dance! Now do you still want to stay at home…?!?

M: It’s all very well sitting at home, but nobody’s going to sing and dance with you in sparkling costumes there, are they?  Once you get those toes out of the door they’ll be tapping til they’re sore.

And if you were to take me on a trip to your hometown, what would be the first place we’d go?

S: My all time favourite Deli for brunch. Salt beef sandwiches, the best scrambled eggs, fresh juice smoothies and a big pot of coffee. You’d love it.

M: I’d take you to the centre of town for an aperitivo. A drink, free canapés and people watching.

Who was the last person you called / text and what for?

S: To arrange a date with my good friend who has invited me to help her buy her first pair of Louboutin heels. Very exciting!

M: My best friend, to tell him I was skipping coffee with him to go to Bikram. It’s my new obsession.

If you were a superhero, what would be your superpower?


S: I have no idea why this came into my head but as this is a pretty random question, I’ll go with it. I think I’d have the power to throw Glitter Bombs. Yep, Glitter Bombs. Destruction never looked so disco!

M: Ultimate fighting skills. I’d be one of those superheroes who run around town saving people from bullies and deranged attackers.  My day job would be car mechanic.

If you had to date a member of the same sex who would it be?

S: Scarlett Johansson- she is absolutely gorgeous.

M: Scarlett Johanssen, cos I like pouty blondes. Or PJ Harvey cos she’s cool.

What was the last thing you bought?


S: A gorgeous pendant necklace from Anthropologie. It is like one of your Grandma’s old trinket-y things. It’s a black pendant with the sign of the zodiac on it and is set in gold. It’s beautiful and I had to have it, as I am a true Gemini, I have an identical twin sister.

M: A silver jumper that looks like armor.

Have you ever been arrested?

S: Nope. I’d feel guilty being late for school as a kid so no, no criminal behaviour from me.

M: No, I’m not that much of a rebel!

Speaking of prison - if you were to send someone to prison for crimes against music, who would it be?


S: Any rapper that berates women in their songs. I have heard stuff on the radio before and caught a lyric and just got really angry that their words are paraded all over the airwaves.

M: Celine Dion!!!!!

What were you doing‌ last night‌ at 11?

S: zzzzzzzzzz

M: Watching an episode of True Blood. I love those naked Vampires!





Hello there little monster, what are you up to?  

Stephanie: Hi, this is Stephanie from The Puppini Sisters. Right now I’m busy preparing for our up-coming Christmas shows- planning a get together with the girls to run our show and am also looking for a new electric violin that will match our new Christmas costumes. Oh- and I’m attempting to make some fabulous fascinators for us to wear too! I’ll be rummaging through John Lewis’ haberdashery section shortly!

Marcella: Hi there, I’m Marcella Puppini – the founder of the Puppini Sisters. Up to no good generally, but today I am in a relaxed mode and here to spread some good, old-fashioned Puppini Gospel.

So, tell me a bit about what you’re here to promote?  

S: Christmas is one of my favourite times of the year, and was also when the three of us came together in December 2004 to form the band. We decided this year would be the year to make an album of our favourite Christmas songs. The album is called ‘Christmas With The Puppini Sisters’ and it’s out now. It’s perfect for getting you in the festive spirit, and there are so many fun and happy songs to take you through the month of Christmas shopping, entertaining, family get-togethers and everything else! We hope you ladies enjoy it as much as we do!

M: Christmas with The Puppini Sisters – the swingiest, most festive collection of Holiday songs you’ll ever hear. We’ve been wanting to record an album of Christmas songs ever since we got together, and now it’s here and we’re beside ourselves with excitement.

And if we didn’t have any clue as to who you were, what three words sum you up?

S: Vintage-Swing-Pop!

M: Close-harmony sluts.

And as Jacko had the Moonwalk and Elvis had the snake hips, what do you have that makes you unique?

S: My ruby red ‘S’ shaped electric violin that I play on stage.  People always comment on that.

M: My whirling dervish dance. Honest!

Now, clearly we need to get to know each other more, so tell me an interesting fact about you that noone else knows?

S: When our band was staring out we thought we could make a quick buck performing at London Underground stations. Ironically, we received the license to perform on the same day we signed our first record contract with Universal Music Group! You can never be too sure!

M: I’m a frustrated dominatrix. I’m too chicken for full-on S&M, so I just dress in PVC and fantasize.

What song do you wish you’d written?

S: ‘Rose Garden’ by Lynn Anderson, one of Country music’s big stars. It is just the nicest most honest sentiment in a song, where she explains to her partner that she never said she was perfect, ‘I never promised you a rose garden’ and asks him to just enjoy what they both have right now. It’s just a lovely, lovely song.

M: Wuthering Heights.

If I was contemplating coming to your show or sitting at home and TV, how would you convince me to come out?  

S: I’d say, get up of that couch, get dressed into something fabulous, outrageous and glamorous as you like and come and join the fun of a night with The Puppini Sisters! Get carried away with the infectious rhythms of Vintage-Swing-Pop and the fun we have on stage and feel the urge to get up on your feet and dance! Now do you still want to stay at home…?!?

M: It’s all very well sitting at home, but nobody’s going to sing and dance with you in sparkling costumes there, are they?  Once you get those toes out of the door they’ll be tapping til they’re sore.

And if you were to take me on a trip to your hometown, what would be the first place we’d go?

S: My all time favourite Deli for brunch. Salt beef sandwiches, the best scrambled eggs, fresh juice smoothies and a big pot of coffee. You’d love it.

M: I’d take you to the centre of town for an aperitivo. A drink, free canapés and people watching.

Who was the last person you called / text and what for?

S: To arrange a date with my good friend who has invited me to help her buy her first pair of Louboutin heels. Very exciting!

M: My best friend, to tell him I was skipping coffee with him to go to Bikram. It’s my new obsession.

If you were a superhero, what would be your superpower?

S: I have no idea why this came into my head but as this is a pretty random question, I’ll go with it. I think I’d have the power to throw Glitter Bombs. Yep, Glitter Bombs. Destruction never looked so disco!

M: Ultimate fighting skills. I’d be one of those superheroes who run around town saving people from bullies and deranged attackers.  My day job would be car mechanic.

If you had to date a member of the same sex who would it be?