Video:Famous Adult Entertainment in Las Vegaswith Michele Jaco
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Transcript:Famous Adult Entertainment in Las Vegas
We all know that Las Vegas is not only the gambling capital of the world, it's also one of the top destinations for adult entertainment. Everything from strip clubs to cabaret shows can be found any night of the year.
Tops 5 Famous Adult Entertainment Acts in Las Vegas
Here are 5 of the top rated Adult Entertainment venues in Las Vegas.
Number 1 has to be Jubilee!! For the last 30 plus years, Jubilee has been entertaining adult audiences with its iconic showgirl burlesque show featuring costumes designed by the great Bob Mackie. It's the longest running show in Vegas history and about 1,000 people see it each night.
Next Crazy Horse Paris celebrates the beauty and sensuality of women and the artistry of the nude. The Crazy Horse was founded in Paris in 1951 by Alain Bernardin and the Las Vegas show carries on the artful tradition. There are approximately 12 cast members and about 400 people can view the show each night.
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Now let's move on down to PEEPSHOW. This show stars Holly Madison alongside some of the Strip's hottest dancers. PEEPSHOW was created by an award-winning team led by Tony Award® winning creator, director and choreographer Jerry Mitchell. A custom-built theatre showcases over 1300 seats specifically designed for the Las Vegas show. It's been called the world's most glamorous adult playground.
And finally Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Saloon. This venue boasts the talents and sex appeal of the Pussycat Dolls and comes complete with gorgeous bartenders pouring shots and non-stop performances. This show was created by Robin Antin and performs in 4,500 square feet of pleasure.
And those were some of the top Adult Entertainment venues in Las Vegas.
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