chorus girl


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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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You're a winner when I your answer, Malcolm But he got his break in drag playing a dancing chorus girl in Every Sailor, a play where the chorus was made up of servicemen dressed as women.
This musical follows the madcap adventures of chorus girl Lorelei Lee, a role made famous on Broadway by Carol Channing and on the screen by Marilyn Monroe.
Starting as a nightclub chorus girl, she advanced to supporting roles in New York plays, then became famous as a Hollywood sexpot.
VIRGINIA MAYO, a one-time chorus girl who went on to star in films like The Best Years Of Our Lives and White Heat in the 1940s and 1950s, died at a nursing home in Thousand Oaks, north east of Los Angeles, after her heart gave out at the age of 84.
SHE was just an anonymous chorus girl in an obscure musical at a provincial theatre.
Mr Thomas, who was given pounds 100,000 compensation following the accident, now fishes regularly in Swansea Bay on his boat Chorus Girl.
After drama school she became a chorus girl and ended up playing a rose- seller in the hit stage show Oliver
There's never a dull moment in the story of small town girl Peggy Sawyer's dramatic rise from unknown chorus girl to a star when the leading lady of a Broadway musical, Pretty Lady, breaks an ankle.
I joined the society in 1975 as a chorus girl, became a principal, then in 1988 I became producer for the society and other groups along the way.
The story, as with the film, is the tale of the chorus girl who becomes the star of a show when the leading lady breaks an ankle.
Franklin, a cousin of Dad's Army star Clive Dunn, was born in London and started out in the 1930s as a West End chorus girl, appearing in shows such as Sweet and Low
Born to an Irish family in London, Walsh began her career as a chorus girl before moving into films.