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posted: 11/16/2007 at 4:50:33 PM ET
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So we've all seen the picture from Bernadette's Radio City Concert in that stunning red dress, but do any photos exist of the outfit she wore in the second act? I thought I remember reading somewhere that it was a white outfit, (with pants?) but that's it.

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posted: 11/16/2007 at 6:55:46 PM ET
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For the second act she wore a white gown. The pants came into play at the end of the first act. She ended the act with the sad news that she was unable to get the Rockettes to agree to be in her concert - as most acts who play Radio City have in their act - but she was okay with it because she no longer wanted to dance with the Rockettes because they would all be taller than she was. She walked off stage presumably to begin intermission and the announcer announced the Bernadette Peters-sized Dancers. Long story short, Bernadette came out in a pants suit that was essentially the top of her beaded red gown (you see in pictures)and matching pants and did a big production number with the dancers.

And am I imagining things or was there another outfit for encores.

There are no pictures of any other outfits besides the red dress from the first act.

"Particular mention must be made of Bernadette Peters, who turns up briefly in a sort of sparkly Glinda the Good costume. She's the reluctant muse sent to help Alice with her writing. The muse is dressed like Oz, sounds like Queens and behaves like a bored student adviser." Alice Film Review, The New York Times, December 25, 1990

"I'm one star away from Dolly Parton ... and Raymond Massey is between us. I hope we don't suffocate him." Bernadette Peters receiving her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, April 24, 1987

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