One of the Most Memorable Shows In Vegas. This was my first visit to the Pussycat Doll Lounge and it was absolutely spectacular! As a faithful watcher of "The Search For The Next Doll" it completely surpassed my expectations. The lounge was decorated with a hip, stylish, modern flair. The singing was great, I recognized all of the songs and they songs sounded exactly like they were supposed to. The choreographed dances demonstrated spectacular skill. They were tastefully seductive and as a female I did not feel uncomfortable enjoying the show. However, I know there was just enough of a flair to capture all of the men's attention in the audience! The Dolls really connected with their audience, they constantly made eye contact, shot smiles in the direction of specific audience members (the man beside me really enjoyed this). I caught the glove of one of the Dolls and I was even able to have my picture taken with the lead singer! The only criticism I have is the drinks were very pricey! Twenty dollars for a soda and a Cosmo seemed a little outrageous but, who could complain when the cover was free! This was an experience that I will remember for the rest of my life! I highly recommend it to others!
The Pussycat Dolls' classic cabaret show adds a touch of sultriness to this sexy lounge..
Decorated in warm browns and hot pink with splashes of racy animal prints, this nightspot is classic Pussycat. The Dolls perform seven nights a week in a cabaret style, mixing traditional '30s and '40s burlesque glamour with rock-and-roll fashion and flair. Sip a cocktail and watch as the glam girls drop down on swings, pop out of champagne glasses and gyrate onstage.
Unappealing. I nearly spilled my martini all over myself when I picked it up before realizing the glass was *plastic* - but that kind of tackiness fits here, I suppose. I was with two men, neither of whom were very titilated by the show. Maybe that's because, due to being stationed by the entrance to Pure, we saw the Dolls up close every time they were ushered in and out of the lounge. All in all, it was underwhelming burlesque - other than an acrobatic chair routine, it was basically just stripper-style dancing. Thank goodness there was no cover!
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