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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Rusty Parker, played by Rita Hayworth, happens to be the lady's granddaughter, a chorus girl at a Brooklyn nightclub who is hoping to become a Broadway star.
She was a "flapper" before the word had entered our language, a vivacious 23-year-old chorus girl, before returning to the North East to live with her parents in Sunderland.
The film follows: Maddy (15) -- a quintessential chorus girl who knows her limitations; Nicole (14) -- an awkward young comedienne -- and the self-proclaimed "least popular girl in school; Taylor (14) -- small for his age, often teased for his size and suffering from ADD and ADHD finds himself totally at home in the theatrical world; Robert (15) -- from the worst part of Newark, New Jersey, he played Simba in The Lion King on Broadway for 8 months until his voice changed and now seeks his place on stage; and Randi (17) -- wearing the crown as Stagedoor's Queen Bee, Randi is a Stagedoor lifer, as she's has been coming to the camp for 9 years.
Dirty Dazza is already on his last warning after allegedly getting close to chorus girl Cecilia Carneby while Suzanne was eight months pregnant.
Once upon a time, a New York chorus girl called Lucille LeSueur went to Hollywood and stayed at the Culver Hotel when she tested for MGM.
Starting as a nightclub chorus girl, she advanced to supporting roles in New York plays, then became famous as a Hollywood sexpot.
Mr Thomas, who was given pounds 100,000 compensation following the accident, now fishes regularly in Swansea Bay on his boat Chorus Girl.
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.
She asked who the well-known actor was who always played the tough guy but got his break in the movies playing a dancing chorus girl.
CLAUS FOR CELEBRATION With Santa GOING LIVE Janet and youngster press the button MEET AND GREET say hello to singer CHORUS GIRL Janet gets crowd to join in the party BROLLY & THE IVY Crowds brave rain to see Janet turn on Omagh's Christmas lights last night
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.
Working as a chorus girl and garment district model helped finance her drama studies.