The 10 hottest chorus girls opening in Broadway musicals this spring (2014)

They may be in the background, but these sexy Broadway dancers and singers are heating up the stage

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As Broadway blooms into spring, a new batch of musicals bursts onto the stage—complete with ensembles of dancers and singers to strut their talented stuff. And every year, we offer an advance look at performers whose beauty and athleticism may catch your eye. Here are 20 of the sexy men and women who will help light up Broadway in 2014.

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  • Photograph: Maurizio Babaldi

    Beth Johnson Nicely

    Spring show: Bullets Over Broadway
    St. James Theatre, 246 W 44th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, bulletsoverbroadway.com). Previews start March 11. Opens April 10.

    Previous Broadway shows: Spamalot, Young Frankenstein, White Christmas

  • Photograph: Justin Patterson

    Amanda Kloots-Larsen

    Spring show: Bullets Over Broadway
    St. James Theatre, 246 W 44th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, bulletsoverbroadway.com). Previews start March 11. Opens April 10.

    Previous Broadway shows: Good Vibrations, Young Frankenstein, Follies

  • Photograph: Dirty Sugar Photography

    Tia Altinay

    Spring show: Aladdin
    New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 W 42nd St between Seventh and Eighth Aves (866-870-2717, aladdinthemusical.com). Previews start February 26. Opens March 20.

    Previous Broadway shows: Mary Poppins, A Christmas Story

  • Photograph: Leon Le Photography

    Khori Michelle Petinaud

    Spring show: Aladdin
    New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 W 42nd St between Seventh and Eighth Aves (866-870-2717, aladdinthemusical.com). Previews start February 26. Opens March 20.

    Previous Broadway shows: none

  • Photograph: Taylor Hooper

    Brittany Marcin

    Spring show: Bullets Over Broadway
    St. James Theatre, 246 W 44th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, bulletsoverbroadway.com). Previews start March 11. Opens April 10.

    Previous Broadway shows: Curtains, Anything Goes, Follies

  • Photograph: Travis Kelley

    Melissa O’Neil

    Spring show: Les Misérables
    Imperial Theatre, 249 W 45th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, lesmis.com/broadway). Previews start March 1. Opens March 23.

    Previous Broadway shows:Jesus Christ Superstar

  • Photograph: Courtesy the artist

    Kristin Olness

    Spring show: Cabaret
    Studio 54, 254 W 54th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-719-1300, roundabouttheatre.org). Previews start March 21. Opens April 24.

    Previous Broadway shows: Cabaret

  • Photograph: Genine Esposito

    Sasha Hutchings

    Spring show: Rocky
    Winter Garden Theatre, 1634 Broadway between 50th and 51st Sts (212-239-6200, rockybroadway.com). In previews. Opens March 11.

    Previous Broadway shows: Memphis, Motown—The Musical

  • Photograph: Andi Alexander

    Jane Pfitsch

    Spring show: Cabaret
    Studio 54, 254 W 54th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-719-1300, roundabouttheatre.org). Previews start March 21. Opens April 24.

    Previous Broadway shows: Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Company

  • Photograph: Leslie Hassler

    Betsy Morgan

    Spring show: Les Misérables
    Imperial Theatre, 249 W 45th St between Broadway and Eighth Ave (212-239-6200, lesmis.com/broadway). Previews start March 1. Opens March 23.

    Previous Broadway shows: High Fidelity, The Little Mermaid, A Little Night Music

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