Bette Midler Las Vegas
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Show Quick Facts
- "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "The Rose" were selected for the American Film Institute's "100 Years of the Greatest Songs."
- The Showgirl Must Go On was produced at the cost of $10 million, a fact Bette repeatedly mentions during the show.
- Bette is contracted to perform at Caesars Palace for 2 years and 200 shows.
February 2008-January 2010
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
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WHATA SHOW! WHATA DAME! I feel privileged to have seen her at the fabulous Cesar's Palace Colisseum! Where does this broad get all her energy? She sings (LIVE!), dances and tell the dirtiest jokes! These young performers today could learn A LOT from the Divine Ms. M! BRAVO BETTE!!"
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Features: She sings, she dances, she tells dirty jokes! In The Showgirl Must Go On, the indestructible Bette Midler puts her famous gams to work as she struts over the sprawling 120 ft. Colosseum stage, getting her crowd "In the Mood."
Why We Go: Bette is bringing her most popular hits and characters to her new $10 million extravaganza at Caesars Palace.
- Sunque du So Low: Bette's show is sans the acrobatic influence of Cirque du Soleil director Franco Dragone (a big departure from previous headliner Celine Dion), but she does include a cheeky skit with her beloved Delores DeLago character at a "Sunque du So Low" gig.
- Salty Humor: Her bawdy sense of humor is one of her trademarks and in true bad girl form, she doesn't hold back for Showgirl.
Inside Knowledge: Bette Midler rotates performances with fellow Colosseum headliners Elton John and Cher. Of their flamboyant trinity she notes, "Does it get any gayer?"
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do Sit Close: While there is a massive high-def screen above the stage, the close-ups of Bette never seem to materialize. If you want a good view of the Divine Miss M., you may want to invest in closer, albeit much pricier, rows.
- Don't Underestimate Bette: She may be in her mid-60's, but this bird still crows. Her luminous voice brings the audience to tears with power ballads like "Wind Beneath My Wings" and "The Rose." Pass the Kleenex.