Seminole Casino Coconut Creek presents The Knockouts Burlesque Show at The Pavilion every Friday at 9 p.m. through March 29.
The show features glamorous girls taking the stage with a celebrity guest star for a night filled with decadent burlesque dancing, a press release says.
It continues: "The show builds intrigue by teasing its audience with bits and pieces that peel off one layer at a time as the night goes on. Highly entertaining and fast paced, the spectacle dazzles with plenty of sparkle, tassels and props for more than an hour."
Glenn Douglas Packardm who has worked with Michael Jackson, Usher, Pink, Destiny’s Child, Ricky Martin and Missy Elliot, is the choreographer. He also starred in VH1’s reality show Brooke Knows Best.
The celebrity guests:
- Friday, March 15: Jeff Timmons (singer of pop group 98 Degrees)
- Friday, March 22: Jessica Sutta (former member of The Pussycat Dolls)
- Friday, March 29: Aubrey O’Day (former member of Danity Kane, former contestant on “The Celebrity Apprentice”)
The Knockouts Burlesque Show contains mature audience content and is for adults ages 21 and older. Tickets are $25* and are available at www.ticketmaster.com. *Additional fees may apply
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek is located at the corner of U.S. 441 (State Road 7) and Sample Road at 5550 NW 40 Street. For more information, call 954-977-6700, visit at www.seminolecasinococonutcreek.com or www.facebook.com/seminolecasinocococreek. Follow on Twitter @SemCasinoCoCo.
More on the celebs, via the release:
Jeff Timmons is the founding member of the internationally acclaimed, multi-platinum selling group 98 Degrees which has sold over 15 million albums. After his stellar success with 98 Degrees, he ventured out as a soloist and single-handedly wrote and produced his first solo album, Whisper That Way, which produced top-charting hits. A few of Timmons’ career highlights include singing at the White House and performing on various TV specials and shows including MTV’s “Video Music Awards,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Nickelodeon’s “Teen Choice Awards” and “Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve.” In 2007, he starred in VH1’s “Mission: Man Band,” alongside Bryan Adams, Rich Cronin and Chris Kirkpatrick. In 2011, he signed on to headline as a guest host/emcee/singer for the Chippendales show in Las Vegas. The addition of Timmons to the show broke box office records and propelled the brand into the mainstream, making it the hottest ticket in Las Vegas. He is currently on tour with 98 Degrees, joining New Kids On The Block and Boyz II Men on the The Package North American Tour. This is the first time 98 Degrees has reunited since September 2011. The band is back in the studio, working on new music. Timmons is also hosting a new reality show called “Men of the Strip,” which is currently being filmed. To learn more about Jeff Timmons, visit www.jefftimmons.com.
Since bursting on the global pop scene with The Pussycat Dolls in 2003, Jessica built a reputation as a fan favorite. The Florida native started dance lessons at age 3, excelling to the point that she became a Miami Heat Dancer even before graduating high school. After moving to Los Angeles, it wasn't long before her talent caught the eye of choreographer Robin Antin, who had envisioned a female group that blended dance and pop with a burlesque sensibility. With two multi-platinum albums, Top 10 singles like the Grammy-nominated "Stickwitchu," and countless concerts around the world, The Pussycat Dolls re-imagined feminine style. Though part of an ensemble, Jessica had many memorable moments in the spotlight, such as her No. 1 dance singles track, "White Lies," produced by Paul van Dyk, and the No. 1 club track "Make It Last." After going solo, she released "Show Me," her Hollywood Records debut single, in 2011. To learn more about Jessica Sutta, visit www.jessicasuttaonline.com.
In 2004, Aubrey O’Day stared in the hit TV show “Making the Band 3” and was chosen personally by renowned hip-hop artist and producer Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs for a spot in the band Danity Kane. The band opened for Christina Aguilera, Black Eyed Peas and Backstreet Boys. O’Day has been a guest on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and NBC’s “The Today Show.” She also starred as Amber Von Tussle in “Hairspray” on Broadway. More recently, she was a contestant on “The Celebrity Apprentice 5,” and finished in third place. Aubrey has done features for GQ, In Touch and Us Weekly. She’s also modeled for Playboy, Blender’s 100 Hottest People and Maxim’s Top 100. In 2011, she signed a solo record deal with SRC/Universal Motown and is set to release her debut EP Between Two Evils in 2013. To learn more about Aubrey O’Day, visit www.aubreyoday.com/wordpress.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun