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Lulu: Girl pop stars today are treated like pole dancers

Her career has spanned six decades. So Lulu is in the perfect position to judge when she says sexism is far worse in the music industry now than when she started in the sixties. The Scots singer who shot to fame aged just 15 in 1964 with her first hit single Shout, laments the pressure put on young female singers today, claiming they are used like 'Pole dancers'. Lulu whose lasting beauty and swelte figure make it difficult to believe she is now 67, adds that women are forced to have a very tough veneer and work harder than their counterparts, who, she says 'make more money doing the same job.' The singer who grew up in Dennison, Glasgow, credits her family background and 'becoming a businesswoman' for her long career, which has seen her act in films, host her own TV show and release a string of hits including Boom Bang A Bang,  I'm a Tiger, The boat That I Row, The Man Who Sold The World and in collaboration with Take That, the Number One Relight My Fire.    But she admits she perhaps made sacrifices in her personal life as a result. She tells Good Housekeeping magazine: Woman have to work harder. My heart goes out to them, It's hard for you women. 'I hate the way a lot of young women in the music business are used like pole dancers when really they have got a voice or they have talent for writing. 'You have to love (music). You just can't sit back and think it's going to happen to you.  You have to learn from your mistakes and if you're knocked down, you have to get up.  'You also have to be lucky to be in the right place at the right time, which I was. Music is what makes the blood course through my veins and keeps me going. You have to love it.   Lulu has been married twice. Her first marriage to Bee Gee Maurice Gibb, ended in 1973 after four years. He second to celebrity hairdresser John Frieda, with whom she had a son Jordon, 38 ended in 1992 after 15 years. She is now a Grandmother to Isabella, 6 and Teddy three. In the magazine interview she confesses that she felt he personal life 'maybe has been sacrificed.' quickly adding 'but there is no regrets. She said: 'You have to go through pain to make you humble. Having upsets, emotional pain or not getting your own way level you and makes good fodder for song writing and performances. Lulu who last year released her first studio album in more than a decade is currently touring in the UK.   She described making a record with David Bowie as one of her most rock 'n' Roll moments. The pair had an affair in the 1970s and she once confessed she was mesmerised by his 'slim but powerful thighs, adding: 'I often think he had similarly shaped thighs to Naomi Campbell.'