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A typical Bombshells measures 7,500-10,000 square feet.
ALAN Plater's award-winning play Blonde Bombshells Of 1943 will be staged in Wales next month.
Send entries to: Blonde Bombshells Contest, c/o Marion McMullen, Features, Coventry Telegraph, Corporation Street, Coventry, CV1 1FP.
Victoria's Secret bombshells, Miranda Kerr, Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel made heads turn once again on Thursday as they officially announced the launch of their summer tour.
There's a lot to distract the senses in the Inter-Dimensional Vaudevillians' Cosmic Sideshow, and really, either the madcap, bizarre creature creations of Big Nazo or the bawdy boundary pushing of Worcester's own burlesque troupe, the Wortown Bombshells, would be enough to make the event noteworthy, but throwing in the famed Emperor Norton's Stationary Marching Band pushes the show over the top in a big way.
Wiles Advertising rep Victoria Rosselli added, “Victoria's Secret's new Bombshell Bra allows a woman to not just look sexy, but to feel sexy.
Scorpio bombshells are not petty and rise above most injury with haughty majesty - but no other bombshell can compete with their tantrums.
1 -- color) Leigh Swansborough, top, coaches and plays for the Orange County Bombshells.
Chariots of Fire and Alien star Ian plays a womaniser who avoids being called up by donning a dress and joining the blonde bombshells in the band.
He wasn't a bad man, just a terribly humdrum one, apparently, and his death gets her to reflecting upon her squandered life, particularly before she got married, when she was the star saxophonist in a World War II-era all-girl band, the Blonde Bombshells.
Dench has also appeared in numerous television projects, including "The Last of the Blond Bombshells," with Olympia Dukakis and Sir Ian Holm.
Based in London, he is hoping to come to Cardiff to catch the last run of his play Blonde Bombshells of 1943, adapted from the television show starring Judi Dench.