PG-13 | | Drama, Music, Musical
A small-town girl ventures to Los Angeles and finds her place in a neo-burlesque club run by a former dancer.
I'm just saying. Life is about the choices you make.
Ali Rose: The choices I make? You're a bartender-slash-piano player, who writes songs that are never ready.
You can hear feedback when Ali is onstage and Nikki sabotages the speakers. There wouldn't be feedback because the speakers have been disconnected. Feedback is usually caused by microphones, not speaker cables. Additionally, since the dancers were supposed to be lip-syncing at this point, the microphones on stage would not be live. Even a voice as strong as Ali's would not be heard over the noise in the bar or the band playing.
The credits play over a background of the stage set from the final scene ("Show Me How to Burlesque" dance number).
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