go-go dancer

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go-go dancer

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(Dancing) a dancer, usually scantily dressed, who performs rhythmic and often erotic modern dance routines, esp in a nightclub or disco
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Like going to the Playboy Mansion with Mama Cass and go-go dancing the night away.
Ranj joked his friends tell him his dancing is a mix of "dad-dancing and go-go dancing".
That November, TBC-TV introduced a show featuring young bands and dancers called "1,2,3,Go." It soon acquainted Koreans with The Rhythms, a seven-member go-go dancing troupe of teenage girls from Yongsan Garrison's Seoul American High School.
Its inclusion in the show begged a comparison with Felix Gonzalez-Torres's Untitled (Go-Go Dancing Platform), 1991, which transformed a quintessential Minimalist form--a low painted box--into a stage for a male dancer in silver hot pants.
"I got super-involved with queer nightlife in New York and was go-go dancing and living kind of a Studio 54 wild ride of an existence, and that threw me into burlesque, and I was also doing stand-up," Durwood says of her dizzying start in the entertainment business.
Although she will probably still do a spot of striptease "on selected occasions", she will mostly sing and do go-go dancing with the group.
"After finishing a seven-year stretch for armed robbery," shuffled the youngster, "he found work hard to come by, but he manages to scrape a living by go-go dancing."
Eleanor Rachel Luger wrote, "At one point Lubovitch took a job go-go dancing ...
"I was a boy, go-go dancing, but I was surrounded by all these drag queens and I thought, I want to try that.
Around this time, she met performance artist Lady Starlight and began performing a mix of her electropop tunes and go-go dancing with her.
Melanie, 59, who was voted through on last night's show after a routine with her two chihuahuas, said: "I started go-go dancing in 1969 when I was 18 and I did it for 15 years.