Here's a second performance from Legs & Co. at the British Rock & Pop Awards 1979: dancing to a cheesy big-band version of Night Fever during the end credits. I think this routine, and the previous one, both serve as examples of how important camera direction is to TV choreography. Clearly, for her work on TOTP, Flck had a good working relationship with the director and the camera operators, and had imput into the camera-work and editing. Just as clearly, in these routines she had little or no input. As a result, with no idea where the cameras would be, she's forced to choreograph the performance for the stage, directing the focus towards the audience, rather than the cameras. This results in an "ITV-variety-show" effect, where the cameras seem to be documenting a stage performance, not makinga TV show.
Before the many Flick Fans (aFlickcionados?) complain, I'm not putting Flick down here: I'm just descrbing the less-than-ideal circumstances she was sometimes forced to work in.
My thanks once again to PattiforPM for sharing yet another rare clip with us.