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The undisputed artistic nude star presented her last show of the season last night at Space Ibiza pleasing the thousands of fans who gathered in the Main Room of the club.

Dita Von Teese returned to fall in love from the stage at Café Olé with The Carousel Show – featured in her December 2002 Playboy cover pictorial –, the last show with the diva that got a full house at Space Ibiza.

The Main Room at the club in Playa d'en Bossa became a glamorous American fair from the mid-twentieth century where the pink colors were the protagonists. Everything was prepared for the appearance of the burlesque queen, who uncovered her sweet, childlike side by riding on a vintage carousel horse moving in a sexy way. While attendees were seeking the best angle to enjoy the show, she, splendid and elegant as always, undressed slowly taking off her wardrobe full of Swarovski crystals and pink feathers choreographed leaving the imagination to the covered parts of her coveted body. After giving free rein to her mischief, she reached the peak of the striptease with a huge explosion of pink confetti.

For the second time this year, Dita retain her status again as the disputed international burlesque muse showing her charms in Space Ibiza. The actress, model, singer, lingerie designer, perfume creator and writer, but above all, showgirl, conquered spectators who packed the dance floor of the Main Room at Space Ibiza from practically the first hour.

Dita returned to Café Olé this season with the success of her show on July 21st, The Opium Den, her suggestive burlesque performance that is inspired by American-Oriental from the 40s, where we could admire the more exotic version of Von Teese in the role of an exuberant geisha that uncovered herself slowly and elegantly from a dress covered in diamonds.

It's complicated to see Heather Sweet, real name Dita, in a show that is not private or outside the United States. Café Olé has thus become the perfect opportunity for the general public to appreciate the art of the American pin-up, but for now will have to wait a while to confirm whether next summer's Diva returns to Ibiza. Whatever it is, Dita Von Teese has already become an essential part of the history of recently turned 15 years of the ultimate polysexual party.

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