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Don Arden's Jubilee Celebrates 30 years
Don Arden's Jubilee Celebrates 30 years

AIR DATE: August 8, 2011

It's the last show of its kind in Las Vegas. Don Arden's Jubilee! at Bally's is the only place left on the strip where statuesque showgirls in headdresses and sequined costumes dance, kick and smile. The show just celebrated thirty years on the strip and show directors say it could go another 30. So what gives the show lasting power? And what's it like being the last of an iconic Vegas style stage show? We're joined by three Jubilee! dancers to discuss what goes into being a true Las Vegas showgirl.

Diane Palm, Asst Company Dir and former dancer, Jubilee!
Kat Ponza, showgirl, Jubilee!
Katie Currow, showgirl, Jubilee!

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