“However, the stand out of the night was, by far, Miss Bettie Bombshell. Her darker, more brooding and emotionally charged performance was brimming with a mysterious enchantment that was absolutely captivating from the moment she claimed the stage. Her ability to draw power from what many consider to be such a vulnerable position, and exude strength as well as beauty, was truly a ‘girl-power’ moment and a particular highlight for me. If you had to choose to see only one burlesque performer, make it Miss Bettie Bombshell—with her versatile abilities and powerful stage presence—she is the one to watch.”

– Grok Magazine

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“Using joyful movement, including a cute little booty pop, she executed smooth and sexy removals with both the panel skirt and shorts removed via dual side zips. Employing use of levels, Bettie also did a series of splits and backbends with delightful musicality.”
– 21st Century Burlesque – Miss Exotic World – Queen of Burlesque competition.

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“Miss Bettie Bombshell from Melbourne gave us a top hat and tails to flapper girl act that really delivered. Some neat visual gags and strong dance ability enhanced her charming stage presence and she really connected to the audience with an infectious and joyful energy.”

– 21st Century Burlesque – Burlesque Hall of Fame Best Debut competition.

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Miss Bettie Bombshell may have borrowed classic pin-up Bettie Page’s black hairdo but busts some highly original, fast-paced moves with S&M attitude and some hilarious comic flourishes as she removes her elaborately layered costumes.
– Adelaide Now

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Miss Bettie Bombshell was chosen as Audible Addixion’s spotlight featured artist for November.

Spotlighted Artist: Miss Bettie Bombshell

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Miss Bettie Bombshell – The Lowdown Hokum Orchestra
Melbourne Fringe Festival – Melba Spiegeltent

‘Bettie flaunts her confidence with outshining charisma and seduction. With wonderful dancer’s technique, her ability to woo the crowd is effortless. The audience take delight in the ‘pussy cat’ number where Doc White sings a seductive blues piece, lyrics including ‘tight’, ‘wet’ and ‘bald’. Despite Doc’s naivety, Bettie spells out the sexual connotations with her quirky movements, creating a stylistic snip of comedy.’

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The After Hours Cabaret Club – Weekendnotes

‘Miss Bettie Bombshell, as the producer and the final act of the show, provided a fitting, sensuous finale and a wish that she would keep going for just a bit longer. Bettie Bombshell left the audience wanting more’

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Radio Adelaide

‘My eyeballs are still finding their way back into their sockets as I write this, and I’m still smiling about the antics, the music and the overall performance. Miss Bettie’s performance was an absolute standout!’

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Weekend Notes – Perth

‘As well as the comedy there was an exceptional burlesque performance by Miss Burlesque Victoria Bettie Bombshell, which guaranteed you’ll never see a flight attendant in quite the same way again.’