Paying it forward... with Rozalla

Danni Menzies talks to Rozalla, the undisputed Queen of Hi NRG, about turning 60 but still filling dance floors in the podcast from The Health Lottery.

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Everybody's free to feel good... but very few of us look as good as Rozalla does who is still belting out her biggest hit at 60, and has just recorded a new album!

She chats to Danni about positivity, paying it forward and is, quite frankly, a human good vibes emitter...

Do yourself a favour and find it on your podcast platform of choice - we guarantee it will put a smile on your face (and get you humming all over again...).

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