Fans decked out in glitter, sailor hats and jazzy jackets descended on Theatre Royal Windsor for the launch of Kevin Cruise's new single.
The panto favourite and Britain's Got Talent finalist launched his new single Disco Cruise to an excited crowd on Saturday in the theatre's Stalls Bar.
Famous fox Basil Brush opens the new track and made a special appearance at the launch.
Kevin, who is from Maidenhead, has been in panto at the theatre for the past seven years.
At the launch he performed his single, which he said is better than Bohemian Rhapsody, for the first time before cutting a cake and posing for pictures with his fans.
Tilly Kirkham, who dressed the part in a pink glittery dress and hat topped off with pink wig, has been listening to the new single every day.
The six-year-old said the singer is her favourite adding ‘it was really, really good’.
Her mum Siobhan said: "We saw him years and years ago at panto.
"Since we got the new single on CD it's been on in the car on the way to and from school."
Kevin said wrote Disco Cruise by himself and it is the first song he has released.
After the launch the star said: "We had a lot of people turn up.
"I think the best thing about it is it gives people a chance to camp it up and come in fancy dress.
"I didn't make the song to make any money it is just to put it out for all my supporters."#
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