Burlesque is back with irreverent and risqué shows that beckon both men and women for a night of old-fashioned striptease fun.
The legendary Moulin Rouge was known for its can-can shows in Paris' red light district. Today, its lively, choreographed dance shows are more theatrical than the erotically-charged burlesque shows of the past.
The sexiest show in Vegas is X Burlesque at the Flamingo with its troupe of 8 sexy X Girls showing off their sultry moves to a soundtrack of popular music.
Ooh la la! French-American actress and singer Arielle Dombasle shows off her burlesque moves at the Crazy Horse Paris, the cutting-edge cabaret house that opened its doors in 1951.
Sultry dancers show off their seduction skills at the Las Vegas outpost for the Crazy Horse Paris at the MGM Grand.
The MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris celebrates the female form as a unique part of art with seductive choreography and striking use of light and film to entice the audience.
Less is more at London's Wam Bam Club in Piccadilly Circus.
At the Wam Bam Club, burlesque is featured with a splash of magic, comedy and music.
Jumbo's Clown Room brings burlesque to Hollywood in an unassuming LA bar.
The girls at Jumbo's Clown Room are the perfect blend of saucy and sexy. Their old-fashioned style of striptease is reminiscent of the burlesque of yesteryear.
Wassabassco Burlesque travels around the New York region and beyond bringing its risqué, couple-friendly burlesque shows to hip clubs.