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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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For those who don't know the film, the heart of this show is a love story as movie star Don Lockwood falls for a chorus girl, Kathy Selden.
Think of all the pleasure people used to get from a night at theatres like the Empire and the Palace where they saw and enjoyed acts including comedians, chorus girls, solo vocalists and groups.
A spokesman said: "It is pure Christmas magic and a truly heart-warming experience, with beautiful costumes and with the highest kicking chorus girls this side of Lapland.
There was some tight ensemble work with a core group of six switching smoothly between colleagues, classmate, chorus girls and cricketers.
In 1951 his name, Andy Warhol, began appearing next to line drawings of odd little figures-from a kickline of chorus girls, to ballerinas at the barre, to a pair of long, sexy legs.
The movie's action revolves around a Harlem-quality nightclub called Church, which is stocked to the rafters with world-class chorus girls, a clientele with even better dancing chops, the finest moonshine available and any other vice one would wish to indulge.
The climax of the musical is a Busby Berkely style routine which features sinister men in dark suits and bowler hats, accompanied by chorus girls sporting Orange collarettes.
Racing was part of his extravagant lifestyle, which also featured many mistresses, most of them chorus girls.
Smith--already struggling to keep her own thing for chorus girls secret from her husband--had to come down and bail her out.
A member of the Bertie cast who appeared with Victoria back in 1993 said: "It gives hope to all other chorus girls - if you can get in the right pop group and fall in love with the right man anything can happen.
Lardner is known for his mordant wit, exemplified in satirical stories and sketches of American life in the early 20th century, told in the language of baseball players, boxers, songwriters, stockbrokers, stenographers, chorus girls, etc.
I used to sing in a group of little chorus girls at pantomimes but now I have moved on to main parts.