When Alexandra Burke thought she brought the phrase ‘elephant in the room’ to the UK might be the best thing she’s ever done
Here’s Alexandra Burke talking about the song Elephant, a track on her 2012 album, er, Heartbreak on Hold, explaining how the lyrics came about.
It’s the sort of insight that, even if you’ve seen it before, merits repeated viewing.
Alexandra Burke is responsible for introducing the phrase “elephant in the room” to the UK why is nobody else talking about this pic.twitter.com/ySCOckyJ5M
— Aunt Sassy (@findyourwaybkc) March 13, 2019
Yep, gonna watch it again.
I’ve told almost everyone I’ve ever met about this https://t.co/hg2so5DXOi
— Nicola Coughlan (@nicolacoughlan) March 14, 2019
I guess the elephant in the room here is Alexandra thinking she introduced the expression to this country. Oh the ivory, I mean irony! 🐘
😂😂 has she been living under a rock
— natalie (@dontlooksoblue) March 13, 2019
This is so embarrassing lmao https://t.co/szVtRsOzzf
— LUDO QUEEN (@Oloni) March 15, 2019
Sorry I don't understand what is this exotic phrase and what does it mean
— Lesley (@lellyjs) March 14, 2019
To be filed under: ‘oldie but goodie. Very goodie’.
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