Being the daughter of a showbiz icon is a mixed blessing for Sienna Starr. Though she dreams of following in her famous mother Tiger Starr’s - footsteps, she wants to get to the top on her own merits.

Securing a role as a chorus girl in the Follies seems a step towards achieving her ambitions. But life isn’t all glitz and glamour and, off the Strip, Las Vegas can be a dark and sinister place.

The Star of the show is Miss Brandy Alexander but with the younger, prettier Sienna taking the limelight, Brandy’s feathers are most definitely ruffled. With more than one skeleton in her cupboard and with dark secrets she’d do anything to hide, how far will she go to keep her name top of the bill?

Immodesty Blaize is an international showgirl superstar. A Fellini-esque goddess, her sophisticated performances and infamous ‘bombshell’ curves have dazzled audiences from London to Vegas including a high-profile client roster that includes top names such as Dior, Cartier, and Damien Hirst, and she has graced a host of prestigious venues including the Whitehall Banqueting House, Ascot and L.A.’s Orpheum Theatre.

A beauty with a sharp wit she is a familiar personality on television and radio. She also became the first showgirl to be invited to debate at "the world's most prestigious debating society" the Oxford Union, alongside Lord McNally, and US Congressman, Bob Barr.

Inspired by the glamour of iconic screen seductresses such as Ava Gardner and Sophia Loren as well as camp kitsch icons such as Liberace and Grace Jones, Immodesty is unanimously credited with spearheading the arrival of burlesque back into the mainstream in Europe.

In 2002 she was already performing with Goldfrapp on live shows and pop promos and by 2005 Immodesty headlined the first ever theatrical West End burlesque show, which ran for 5 months and 200 shows.

By 2007 she had been crowned the ‘Reigning Queen of Burlesque’in Las Vegas’ Burlesque Hall of Fame. In 2008 she established another critically acclaimed, sell-out extravaganza The Tease Show with artistes such as Marc Almond and comedian Julian Clary. By 2009 Immodesty signed with EMI Music, and produced the documentary 'Burlesque Undressed' which was screened in cinemas in over 30 countries.

As the ‘Reigning Queen of Burlesque’ Immodesty’s acts include some of the most legendary and stunning centrepieces in the world; her enormous glittering vintage telephone, her eight foot high rococo rocking horse, and her crystal encrusted bath to name a few, and with her exquisite array of ornate costumes, she always delivers a beautiful, elaborate spectacle.

Bringing mega-watt sparkling shows to the worldwide stage, Immodesty continues to captivate audiences with her own unique brand of opulent, high voltage glamour.