If a woman wants to make it as a singer in the ultra-competitive modern music biz, it's essential that she's been blessed with a great set of lungs, and the wondrous chest endowments of 1980s songbird Samantha Fox are prodigious enough that even a deaf man can see that the British-born warbling lassie is fully equipped for superstardom. A model before launching her pop-star career, Samantha's ambitions predictably extended beyond cooing lyrical come-ons and prancing and pouting through promotional videos. The buoyant and highly elastic lady hopped, skipped, and jiggled into the acting field in such sexy fare as Rock Dancer (1994) and The Match (1999). Sam commemorated the best year of her life by sharing twelve months' worth of breast and the rest in Samantha Fox: Calendar Girl (1997). Proving herself to be quite the 21st-century Fox, Samantha also came out of the closet in 2004 as a lesbian. After a lifetime of getting to look at her own gloriously ultra-female form, going girl-girl crazy seemed to be a natural development.