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Jerry Hall has set a new world record by appearing in six West End musicals in one night
On Tuesday 24 February 2004 JERRY HALL set a new world record by appearing in six West End musicals in one night.
In just under three and a half hours, she graced the stage in Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Fame, Blood Brothers, Anything Goes and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, appearing as various characters.
She did not have any lines to learn - all were non-speaking roles and one lasted just 30 seconds. In total she spent 33 minutes on stage and performed in front of 9,214 theatregoers. The 47-year-old came on stage on each occasion with no fanfare and most of the audience had no idea they were watching the world famous ex-wife of Sir Mick Jagger.
Hall was adjudicated by The Guiness Book of Records.
The bid was part of One Amazing Week, a series of cultural events in London organised by Visit London.