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Meet Corvette LeFace, a burlesque dancer who’s appeared in films, HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, and performed her routines in nightclubs internationally. After training as a ballet dancer and spending some time in theater school, LeFace discovered burlesque at the New York School of Burlesque and unleashed her creative calling. “I love pop culture, so I base a lot of my acts on those characters, like Tura Santana from Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! and Barbara Streisand. What I love about burlesque is using the power of my sexuality, peeling off a glove, a stocking, a gorgeous gown, and not giving it away all at once. It’s super seductive.” Thanks to contemporary stars like Dita Von Teese, Neo-Burlesque, a new strain of burlesque, emerged in the ‘90s, with edgy ensembles, gender-bending routines, and political undertones, which captured her attention. “I was obsessed by RuPaul’s Supermodel when I was growing up and was blown away when I found out that she was a man. I’ve always been attracted to loud and proud women, like Dolly Parton and Fran Drescher who are sexy, funny, and confident in who they are.” LeFace channels her inner diva with Marc Jacobs Beauty Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara. “When I’m not performing, I love wearing sexy secret lingerie under jeans and a t-shirt, when I’m the only one who knows it’s there.”What Is a Sponsor Story?