Bryan Ferry, still alive, loses advertising gig



And Don Imus thought he had it rough. Consider Bryan Ferry, ultra-suave frontman of ’70s glam band Roxy Music, who told some German magazine that he admired Nazi iconography and fashion (since when did jackboots make a comeback?), not to mention the works of Reich filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl, whose “music videos” favored Wagner and goose-stepping in Nuremberg. Marks & Spencer quickly ditched Ferry as its brand ambassador. The most shocking thing about the story is that the guy was still famous enough to do ads at all.

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