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  1. Exotic Dancer (horse) - Wikipedia › wiki › Exotic_Dancer_(horse)

    Exotic Dancer (29 March 2000 – 2 April 2009) was a French-bred National Hunt racehorse, who was trained by Jonjo O'Neill. He had a famous rivalry with Kauto Star but never beat him. In April 2005, Exotic Dancer finished seventh in the World Hurdle at Cheltenham and as a 50/1 outsider finished third in the Grade 1 Aintree Hurdle at Aintree.

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  3. Mata Hari - Wikipedia › wiki › Mata_Hari

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For other uses, see Mata Hari (disambiguation). Margaretha Geertruida MacLeod (née Zelle; 7 August 1876 – 15 October 1917), better known by the stage name Mata Hari (/ ˈmɑːtə ˈhɑːri /), was a Dutch exotic dancer and courtesan who was convicted of being a spy for Germany during World War I.

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  4. Louise Wightman - Wikipedia › wiki › Louise_Wightman

    Louise Fitzgerald Wightman (née Johnson), also known as Lucy Wightman (born June 18, 1959 in Lake Forest, Illinois), is a former exotic dancer who performed in Boston and Providence the 1970s and 1980s using the stage name Princess Cheyenne. The juxtaposition of her education and class background with her career attracted media attention.

  5. Roxi D'lite - Wikipedia › wiki › Roxi_d&

    She is the current World Champion of Exotic Dance,the Exotic Dancer Invitational Showgirl Championand was crowned Reigning Queen of Burlesque and Miss Exotic World 2010at the Burlesque Hall of Famein Las Vegas. She is known as the Bad Girl of Burlesque and her tagline is the Drinkin’, Smokin', Strippin' Machine.

    • Burlesque performer, actress, model, photographer
  6. exotic dancer - Wiktionary › wiki › exotic_dancer

    exotic dancer (plural exotic dancers) (euphemistic) A stripper. A pole dancer. A belly dancer. Translations . exotic dancer. Chinese: Mandarin: ...

  7. Tempest Storm - Wikipedia › wiki › Tempest_Storm

    Tempest Storm (born Annie Blanche Banks, February 29, 1928), also dubbed "The Queen Of Exotic Dancers," is an American burlesque star and motion picture actress. Along with Lili St. Cyr, Sally Rand, and Blaze Starr, she was one of the best-known burlesque performers of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

  8. Burlesque Hall of Fame - Wikipedia › wiki › Burlesque_Hall_of_Fame

    Formerly known as Exotic World, the museum began as the personal collection of striptease artist and founding member of The Exotic Dancers' League of America Jennie Lee. After her death in 1990, her friend and fellow entertainer, Dixie Evans , created the museum in Helendale, California , and launched the "Miss Exotic World" Competition in 1990.

  9. List of female dancers - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_female_dancers

    Bettie de Jong (born 1933), ballet dancer, lead dancer with the Paul Taylor Dance Company Igone de Jongh (born 1979), former ballet dancer, principal dancer, Dutch National Ballet Susanna van Lee (c. 1630–1700), actress, ballet dancer, also performed in Sweden

  10. Chippendales - Wikipedia › wiki › Chippendales

    History. Chippendales was founded by India-born Somen "Steve" Banerjee. In 1975, Banerjee bought a failing West Los Angeles bar named Destiny II. In 1979 he renamed the bar to "Chippendales" and began hosting exotic dance nights for women, which became a major hit.

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