Wednesday, April 9, 2014 | 1:54 p.m.
Celebrities might be added as guest singers and dancers for the newly reimagined “Jubilee” at Bally’s.
After a three-month overhaul and six-week hiatus, director and choreographer Frank Gaston Jr. reopened the new-look spectacular with its beautiful, long-legged showgirls a few weeks ago.
He made extensive changes to the still-evolving show with choreography, music, costumes and technology. The original Donn Arden show “Jubilee!” opened on the Strip in July 1981.
Kurt Melien, VP of entertainment for Caesars Entertainment, said: “We are proud of the new elements that have been added to the show, which combined with the timeless beauty of the Las Vegas showgirl and true spectacle of ‘Jubilee,’ will keep guests flocking for many more years to come.
“We also look forward to exploring opportunities of how we can continue to evolve the show in the future be it with new music or guest spots with celebrities.”
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