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When Robert Davi sings Sinatra, romance takes a bow

In a two-part special report, concert-goers — from ages 25 and up — discuss love, romance and actor Robert Davi’s engaging sex appeal

FEBRUARY 1, 2012 — As soon as Terri Kovac learned that Robert Davi was bringing his Frank Sinatra tribute to The Venetian Las Vegas in February, she said she dashed to the luxurious casino and hotel to secure prime seating for one of the three highly-anticipated shows the famous actor and recording artist is headlining.

Kovac is among a growing number of women across the nation who have long been bewitched by the larger-than-life persona of Davi, a profusely productive Hollywood actor who has become one of the more recognizable entertainers on the planet.

Most of these females are not those femme fatales with underlying intentions to exercise their charm to snare a top celebrity; they are already enjoying a loving and lasting relationship with a devoted mate.

In fact, Kovac said it was her husband’s seductive idea to take his wife of 40 years to see in person the icon they have equally revered for the last three decades.

“Robert Davi turns me on because I love a man who can be so versatile going from actor to singer,” said Kovac, who resides in Las Vegas.

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