The 10 hottest chorus girls opening in Broadway musicals this spring (2012)

They may be in the background, but these sexy stars are heating up the stage.

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Last spring, we published an advance look at some of the sexiest men and women who were coming to Broadway to sing, dance and otherwise brighten up the season. Judging by the response, you liked what you saw—so this year we're having another go. Without further ado, here are 20 beautiful and talented performers who will be stealing scenes and hearts in the months to come.

The girls | The boys

  • Click to the next image to see the 10 hottest chorus girls opening in Broadway musicals this spring (2012).

  • Photograph: Travis Kelley

    Candice Marie Woods
    Past Broadway shows: Hairspray; Catch Me If You Can
    Spring show: Nice Work If You Can Get It
    Imperial Theatre, 249 W 45th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, niceworkonbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 29. Opens Apr 24.

  • Photograph: Darrol Hofmeister

    Jacqueline Burtney
    Past Broadway shows: none
    Spring show: Jesus Christ Superstar
    Neil Simon Theatre, 250 W 52nd St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (877-250-2929, superstaronbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 1. Opens Mar 22.

  • Photograph: Lev Gorn

    Sharona D'Ornellas
    Past Broadway shows: none
    Spring show: Ghost The Musical
    Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 250 W 52nd St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (877-250-2929, ghostonbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 15. Opens Apr 23.

  • Photograph: Ronnie Nelson

    Samantha Sturm
    Past Broadway show: The Addams Family
    Spring show: Nice Work If You Can Get It
    Imperial Theatre, 249 W 45th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, niceworkonbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 29. Opens Apr 24.

  • Photograph: Montana Vasquez

    Kristine Covillo
    Past Broadway shows: West Side Story
    Spring show: Evita
    Marquis Theatre, 1535 Broadway at 46th Street (212-800-745-3000, evitaonbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 12. Opens Apr 5.

  • Photograph: Betsy Struxness

    Sydney Morton
    Past Broadway shows: Memphis
    Spring show: Evita
    Marquis Theatre, 1535 Broadway at 46th Street (212-800-745-3000, evitaonbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 12. Opens Apr 5.

  • Photograph: Rob Sutton

    Jesse Wildman
    Past Broadway shows: none
    Spring show: Ghost The Musical
    Lunt-Fontanne Theatre, 250 W 52nd St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (877-250-2929, ghostonbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 15. Opens Apr 23.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the artist

    Hettie Barnhill
    Past Broadway shows: Fela!
    Spring show: Leap of Faith
    St. James Theatre, 246 W 44th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, leapoffaithbroadway.com). Previews start Apr 3. Opens Apr 26.

  • Photograph: Tiffany Angeles

    Jennie Ford
    Past Broadway shows: The Music Man; Sweet Smell of Success; Hairspray; Dance of the Vampires; Urban Cowboy; All Shook Up
    Spring show: Evita
    Marquis Theatre, 1535 Broadway at 46th Street (212-800-745-3000, evitaonbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 12. Opens Apr 5.

  • Photograph: Courtesy of the artist

    Laurin Padolina
    Past Broadway shows: none
    Spring show: Jesus Christ Superstar
    Neil Simon Theatre, 250 W 52nd St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (877-250-2929, superstaronbroadway.com). Previews start Mar 1. Opens Mar 22.

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Christopher
Christopher

Three of My friends and myself saw Candice Woods in "Piece of my Heart"... We couldn't take our eyes off Ms. Woods... She had 4 proposals of marriage waiting in the lobby when she was finished... Lovely, alive, talented, great body, excellent dancer... I could go on!

Rickey
Rickey

Candice Marie Woods: Her exquisite external beauty is matched to her majestic internal beauty. Pretty is only skin deep; her beauty comes from the soul.

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