I don't know about you, but I'm not comfortable with the idea of resurrecting celebrities – even if Halloween is coming up. The people behind the latest show to hit London's West End – in which singers and dancers join a video-generated Frank Sinatra as he performs his greatest hits – insist that the concept isn't ghoulish. "It's not at all ghostly in any way," said his granddaughter, A.J. Azzarto, who is tarnishing her family's legacy in all kinds of ways today. "Even if it's in an arena it's as if he's singing to you personally." Because when ghosts give personal concerts, it totally counteracts the creepiness inherent in the fact that they're still dead.
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