Tamara Ecclestone goes Greased lightning
Friday 19 October 2012
Heiress Tamara Ecclestone seems to be inheriting her Formula One dad's interest in wheels as she recreates the spirit of the Greased Lightning scene from Grease.
The 28-year-old socialite goes blonde and pops on some black spandex to appear as Sandy from the hit 1970s musical movie for BBC Children In Need.
She has launched an online game called Pudsey's Dream Wheels with Peugeot in the hope of raising more then £150,000 for the charity.
Ecclestone - daughter of F1 boss Bernie - posed with a customised Peugeot 208 to recreate the famous scene from Grease, even though Sandy did not appear in the sequence.
Young fans will be able to create their own custom cars online for free here and for a £3 fee to benefit the charity they can enter them into a competition.
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