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Hold on to your hats, musical fans, because this extended clip from Burlesque might just be too much for you to handle. Pop princess Christina Aguilera shows off her sexiness as well as a few dance moves courtesy of the kind folks over at Trailer Addict.
The clip is exactly what you should be expecting out of Burlesque, an over-the-top, sexy romp through the burlesque club with a whole lot of that Aguilera flavor spilled all over it. While it doesn’t exactly get you into the gritty details of the story, the clip does an amazing job of taking the Showgirls preconception and squashing its face into the dirt.
The film will not be for everyone, myself included, but it’s shaping up pretty nicely and by the looks of it we may have another pop star turned movie star on hands. For those looking for flash, sex, and some big ass musical numbers, Burlesque will be your Citizen Kane. Scope out the clip below, and the synopsis below that.
Christina Aguilera makes her dramatic feature debut as Ali, a small-town singer who takes her shot at stardom performing at a neo-burlesque nightclub in Los Angeles. Situated in a regal old theater that's still dazzling despite having fallen into disrepair, The Burlesque Lounge is the kind of club where legends are born. When club owner Tess (Cher) hires charismatic Ali as a cocktail waitress, the ambitious big-city newcomer goes to great lengths to make a good impression. Taken under the wing of a friendly featured dancer (Julianne Hough), Ali quickly realizes that not everyone is quite as nice when she forms a friendship with bartender/aspiring musician Jack (Cam Gigandet) and incurs the wrath of the club's cattiest showgirl (Kristen Bell). After making her leap to the stage with a little help from a sympathetic stage manager (Stanley Tucci) and the club's playfully androgynous host (Alan Cumming), Ali becomes the star attraction at The Burlesque Lounge, and the crowds start packing in. Later, a wealthy businessman (Eric Dane) makes a bid for the club while trying to charm the talented young performer straight into his arms