Oh, boy! I have never seen such a feast of boobs and legs in the same room, and to think that the Ukrainian all-girl group Nu Virgos is actually called Viagra back in Slavic lands! I wasn't sure how a geek like me ended up with supremely endowed Nadya, Vera and Svitlana - actually it was mostly thanks to overzealous PR from Sony Music, but they obviously got the wrong man. The girls assured me through Galina, the translator, that V.I.A.G.R.A. is really an acronym for 'vocal and instrumental' in Russian, and has nothing to do with the sex pill. Say no more, I understand. It's obviously an artistic coincidence. Drug maker Pfizer apparently took a different view and had threatened to unleash its law hounds on the poor girls - hence they became Nu Virgos, at least outside Russia and its neighbours. But the girls confessed that not a single one of them is a Virgo. 'We are Virgos in spirit,' they all said. All three were born, they told me, in the Year of the Dog in 1982. Fascinating! So what was it like living through the collapse of the Soviet Union. 'They were too young to remember,' the translator said. What do you think of Vladimir Putin? 'No politics, please.' Okay, so what's your favourite position ... sorry, I mean what type of men appeal to you? What are your boyfriends like? Nadya refused to answer any personal questions. 'It's our personal space.' This was surprising, considering she was revealing more private parts during a freebie concert at The Edge in Central than most category-III movies. Good thing there were no police around. So, no sex and no politics - this doesn't leave a good deal of ground for an interview. What's your favourite colour? 'Black and white. I don't like bright colours,' said the blonde Vera. 'I like black and white, and pastels,' added Svitlana, helpfully. I bet you were all dying to know that.