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chorus girl

a girl who dances or sings in the chorus of a musical comedy, revue, etc.
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SHE was just an anonymous chorus girl in an obscure musical at a provincial theatre.
Dancers as strippers, dancers as prostitutes, dancers as chorus girls, dancers as mistresses of the Tsars--the titillating aspects of the form have long been associated with women and have been viewed with suspicion and sometimes scorn by practitioners of high art dance.
Married in 1933, the couple moved to Manhattan to open "Nudie's for the Ladies," which specialized in costumes for burlesque queens and chorus girls.
And chorus girls sang: "Duchess, so charming, does she share your passion for organic farming?
An appeal is made to a famous impressario in New York to help save the theatre and a troop of beautiful chorus girls follow - the like of which the town has never seen before
As the project is in the early stages it could be two or three years before chorus girls are fighting for the lead, desperate to sing classics such as Hand on Your Heart and Better the Devil You Know on the worn boards of the West End.
By 1925 Smith was at the height of her success, performing with her traveling show, supporting a husband, and having flings with her chorus girls when she wasn't chasing away Ku Klux Klansmen from vaudeville theaters by saying, "You just pick up them sheets and run.
Elizabeth Taylor and Cameron Mackintosh are the co-chairs of this glamorous event featuring such Broadway luminaries as Bernadette Peters, Faith Prince and the company of "Guys and Dolls," Gregory Hines and the company of "Jelly's Last Jam," and the chorus girls from "The Will Rogers Follies.
Shuffle Off to Buffalo set on a train full of leggy chorus girls, We're In the Money danced on a large coin and Paul Nicholas at a train station coaxing his chorus girl to star by singing Lullaby of Broadway.
Coles (far left) and the other Silver Belles, a glamorous troupe of octogenarian tap dancers and former chorus girls, were on hand for opening night of the 2006 Dance on Camera series.
The Ukrainian National Opera of Odessa are appearing at the Royal Albert Hall for one night only to perform Verdi's Rigoletto, and they are bringing naked chorus girls with them.
However, they may have to compete for attention with the naked chorus girls who will reflect the moral degradation and sexual excess of the Mantuan Ducal court.