Jemini performed together for the first time in five years last night. The duo made headline news in 2003 when they became the United Kingdom's first act to receive the dreaded 'nil points' at the Eurovision Song Contest with their dance entry, Cry baby.
Chris Cromby and Gemma Abbey left the music scene shortly after their Eurovision Song Contest dream turned into a nightmare but finally agreed to make a one-off return to help raise money for the children's Heart Association at Alder Hay. They helpoed to raise money for equipment and families affected by heart problems in babies and young children.
Gemma's daughter, Belle was born with two holes in her heart. She told the Liverpool Echo: “You wouldn’t know she was any different to any other eight-month-old, but she will have her first operation when she is one. She will have lifelong problems and surgery. She’s doing very well and the people at Alder Hey have been brilliant.”
Below you can relive Jemini's disasterous performance at the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest, some of the news coverage, their accoustic performance of the song and some unreleased songs from their cancelled debut album.
Relive Jemini's Eurovision Song Contest performance:
ITN news coverage and Cherly Baker interview:
The Cry Baby official Video:
Try to love (unreleased album track)
I try (unreleased album track)
Ain't No Stopping (unreleased album track)