girlie show

girlie show

n. a performance featuring nude women. This movie has turned out to be nothing but a girlie show.
See also: girlie, show
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DIRTY DANCING New Alexandra Theatre May 29 - June 3 Probably the ultimate girlie show is back at the Alex, because nobody puts Baby in the corner
Other delights on view include TFI Friday and The Girlie Show.
The other Asian countries where Madonna performed in, as part of her previous world tours, were Israel (The Girlie Show, 1993; Sticky and Sweet tour, 2009; and MDNA, 2012); and United Arab Emirates (MDNA, 2012).
Support comes in the form of Super Fast Girlie Show and Saltwater Injection.
She and her 70s chart sisters Tina Turner, Chrissie Hynde and the wondrous Kate Bush are celebrated in tonight's glittering girlie show.
Former ladette Sara, who hosted Channel 4's edgy The Girlie Show during the 1990s, lamented the crudeness of modern TV.
While she enjoyed the youthful brashness of programmes such as The Girlie Show and The Big Breakfast in the 1990s, her move into radio, taking over the Radio 1 Breakfast Show from her good friend Zoe Ball, proved to be her calling.
A black satin bustier and shorts worn by Madonna during The Girlie Show World Tour - both featuring Andre Van Pier tags and with Madonna handwritten upon them - fetched $3,500 while a rare collection of photos and interview tape reel of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's historic 1969 bed-in for peace in Canada fetched a whopping $22,500 this year.
Those who cherish fond memories from countless nights at Bar Natasha should recall the live singing drag show called the Girlie Show.
The last time 'Material Girl' hitmaker performed in Australia was for the 1993 Girlie Show tour at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Madonna, meanwhile, has been a fan of the label since they designed her iconic pointy basque for the controversial 1993 Girlie Show tour.
Liz struggles to cope with the changes that have happened to The Girlie Show, prompting Tracy to come up with a bridge1 building exercise that doesnt go as planned.
This is such a girlie show, that's why all the guys left.
Liz Lemon (Fey) is the head writer of something called "The Girlie Show," a mediocre-looking sketch comedy with a semi-neurotic star (Jane Krakowski, subbed in for "SNL's" Rachel Dratch, now limited to a cameo).