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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQxOq_05ttk Nathalie ServiceExperts]]

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQxOq_05ttk Nathalie ServiceExperts]]
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* One is shown in a Japanese film from 1962 called ''The Adventures of Sinbad'' by Toei

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* Primrose Azelhart in ''VideoGame/OctopathTraveler'' is a tavern dancer at an ArabianNightsDays setting.


* In ''Ride/{{Efteling}}'', ''Fata Morgana'' is a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXdXR82IkvQ dark ride]] with 140 animatronics in a [[ArabianNightsDays 1001 Nights]] setting, complete with turbaned magicians and seers, belly dancers, pet tigers, {{djinns}} and whatnot.

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* In At the Dutch park ''Ride/{{Efteling}}'', ''Fata Morgana'' is a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXdXR82IkvQ dark ride]] with 140 animatronics in a [[ArabianNightsDays 1001 Nights]] setting, complete with turbaned magicians and seers, setting. It naturally includes belly dancers, pet tigers, {{djinns}} and whatnot.
in the sultan's throne room more precisely.



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* In ''Ride/{{Efteling}}'', ''Fata Morgana'' is a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXdXR82IkvQ dark ride]] with 140 animatronics in a [[ArabianNightsDays 1001 Nights]] setting, complete with turbaned magicians and seers, belly dancers, pet tigers, {{djinns}} and whatnot.


* We now have SteamPunk [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sydlYE6qH4 belly dancers!]] I say... There is also Gothic bellydance.

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* We now have SteamPunk [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sydlYE6qH4 belly dancers!]] I say... There is also Gothic bellydance. And {{Geek}}y [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGg24VbYXwA Bellydance]].



* Unlike strippers or burlesque dancers, many professional belly dancers are hired to perform in the presence of mixed audiences (men, women and children). It is not uncommon to see belly dancers, male or female, performing at weddings, baby showers, or even retirement parties. Children will often learn to belly dance at a young age as well.

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* Unlike strippers or burlesque dancers, many professional belly dancers are hired to perform in the presence of mixed audiences (men, women and children). It is not uncommon to see belly dancers, male or female, performing at weddings, baby showers, bridal showers, or even retirement parties. Children will often learn to belly dance at a young age as well.


* The Wrestling/BellaTwins dressed up as belly dancers for a Halloween photoshoot in 2009.



* ''{{Wrestling/Wrestlicious}}'' which is a SpiritualSuccessor to ''GLOW'' had a character called Azziza who was also a belly dancer. She never wrestled however.
* The Wrestling/BellaTwins dressed up as belly dancers for a Halloween photoshoot in 2009.


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* ''{{Wrestling/Wrestlicious}}'' which is a SpiritualSuccessor to ''GLOW'', had a character called Azziza who was also a belly dancer. She never wrestled however.


* Released concept art from ''[[Creator/{{Disney}} Disney's]] Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' showed that one possible puppet design for Stromboli's show was to be modeled after an [[https://s6.postimg.org/fpexy6p0x/Pinocchio_Dancer_model_sheet.jpg Arabian dancer]].

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* Released concept art from ''[[Creator/{{Disney}} Disney's]] Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'' showed that one possible puppet design for Stromboli's show was to be modeled after an [[https://s6.postimg.org/fpexy6p0x/Pinocchio_Dancer_model_sheet.jpg [[https://postimg.cc/image/6ue3no08d/ Arabian dancer]].

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* The main character of ''Go Figure'' by Jo Edwards explains her main complaint with Halloween due to her weight:
--> ...Finding regular clothes that make me look good is challenging enough; now imagine how tough it is to find a trendy plus-size costume. Making matters worse, all of the skinny skinny chicks take the opportunity to show off their hot bods in some rocking costume or other. Nothing shatters my self-esteem like standing around in a dowdy, floor-length witch's robe while all the cute girls parade around as French maids, belly dancers, and leotard-clad devils.


* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': In the 34th book "Life to the Fullest", an extra strip reveals a few group of women considering to be Jon's worst dates, among them being Suki, a Japanese woman who is a combination of a sumo wrestler and a belly dancer.

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': In the 34th book "Life to the Fullest", an extra strip reveals a few group of women considering considered to be Jon's worst dates, among them being Suki, a Japanese woman who is a combination of a sumo wrestler and a belly dancer.



* ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage'': In issue #32, April takes up a chance to visit an Egyptian archaeological dig site and meet up with a local friend to uncover a legendary pharaoh's tomb. During her stay, April partakes in a nightly performance involving her friend and a local Egyptian dancer. And later on, [[spoiler: after uncovering the tomb and reawakening a few Egyptian spirits from the afterlife,]] April and her friend are forced into wearing dancing slave outfits for the new "pharaoh" to enjoy.

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* ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage'': In issue #32, April takes up a chance to visit an Egyptian archaeological dig site and meet up with a local friend to uncover a legendary pharaoh's tomb. During her stay, April partakes in a nightly performance involving her friend and a local Egyptian dancer. And later on, [[spoiler: after uncovering the tomb and reawakening a deceased pharaoh and a few Egyptian spirits from the afterlife,]] afterlife, April and her friend are forced into wearing dancing slave outfits to mark them as new wives for the new "pharaoh" to enjoy.pharaoh.



* The ''Shimmy and Steam'' series written by Michelle Kopra details the adventures of a group of belly dancers who travel to distant lands to dance for royalty while also serving as spies for Queen Victoria and the British Empire.

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* The ''Shimmy and Steam'' series series, written by Michelle Kopra Kopra, details the adventures of a group of belly dancers who travel to distant lands to dance for royalty while also serving as spies for Queen Victoria and the British Empire.



* ''Music/TheBangles'': Most of the band members dress up as Egyptian-style belly dancers in the music video for "Walk Like An Egyptian".



* ''Music/BritneySpears'' seems to have incoporated a few moves that focus on the abdomen and hips in her music video for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mzybwwf2HoQ I'm A Slave 4 U]]".

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* ''Music/BritneySpears'' seems to have incoporated incorporated a few moves that focus on the abdomen and hips in her music video for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mzybwwf2HoQ I'm A Slave 4 U]]".

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* Shown on one of the [[https://s6.postimg.cc/vvisd4yzl/skorpio-1610358-10.43.jpg covers]] of the 70's Argentinian-Italian magazine ''Skorpio''.


* Azuri, the villain of ''Theatre/TheDesertSong''.



* Azuri, the villain of ''Theatre/TheDesertSong''.


* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'': In the 34th book "Life to the Fullest", an extra strip reveals a few group of women considering to be Jon's worst dates, among them being Suki, a Japanese woman who is a combination of a sumo wrestler and a belly dancer.



* Plaster of Paris from ''ComicBook/TheSpirit''.



* ''ComicBook/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesMirage'': In issue #32, April takes up a chance to visit an Egyptian archaeological dig site and meet up with a local friend to uncover a legendary pharaoh's tomb. During her stay, April partakes in a nightly performance involving her friend and a local Egyptian dancer. And later on, [[spoiler: after uncovering the tomb and reawakening a few Egyptian spirits from the afterlife,]] April and her friend are forced into wearing dancing slave outfits for the new "pharaoh" to enjoy.



* Plaster of Paris from ''ComicBook/TheSpirit''.


* Shown on the covers of issues [[https://s6.postimg.cc/eopet0aj5/Burrerias_0030.png #30]], [[https://s6.postimg.cc/5gx6cao1d/Burrerias_0089.jpg #89]] and [[https://s6.postimg.cc/eopet02td/Burrerias_0114.jpg #114]] of the Mexican comic ''Burrerias''.

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* Shown on the covers of issues [[https://s6.postimg.cc/eopet0aj5/Burrerias_0030.png #30]], [[https://s6.postimg.cc/5gx6cao1d/Burrerias_0089.jpg #89]] and [[https://s6.postimg.cc/eopet02td/Burrerias_0114.jpg #114]] of the 1960-70's Mexican comic ''Burrerias''.

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