To get back to Mr. Teasey-Weasey. The first time I saw him, he was in a show called QUITE CONTRARY. He started to talk about a ladies hair style, and used terms like " a teasey- weasey" and "an itsy-bitsy". It may have had many viewers laughing and even in some cases taking the mickey, but it made him an overnight star and gave him a famous nick name. People tuned in and looked forward to hear some of his terminology. So much so, that he was one week, in the celeberity guest spot on WHAT'S MY LINE? I may be wrong but I do not think he was popular with Gilbert Harding.
QUITE CONTRARY was introduced by orchestra leader, Ray Martine. It also, I believe, featured The Littlewood Songsters. It also gave rise to fame to singers Joan Reagan, Ruby Murray and Jill Westlake. It was broadcast in the 1950's. I was a schoolboy at the time and am doing this from memory.
As far as Dusty Springfield is concerned, I remember her standing near me prior to her going on the main stage/rostrum at the California Ballroom in Dunstable during the 1960's. She was more dainty than she looked on television. She was a superb performer. Since learning about her gender, it has not bothered me in the slightest.