Paris, France. It is 130 years of French Cancan at the foot of the Moulin Rouge in Paris! World famous cabaret organized a street show to celebrate 130th birthday! French Cancan is "so Parisian" that has enthused the audience. The frous-frous, the leg lifts, and large gaps and the deafening voices of dancers who waved their petticoats tricolor below. Hundreds of Parisians and tourists who attended this Sunday evening at the free show organized by the Moulin Rouge on the boulevard de Clichy (XVIII) were entitled to all the ingredients of French Cancan. To celebrate its anniversary with dignity, the famous cabaret at the foot of the Butte Montmartre organized a mini outdoor review, 130 years to the day (and even hour for hour) after the opening of the doors of the establishment on October 6, 1889 to 20 hours. On the program: a sound and light projected on the facade of the "mill" evoking the great hours and great "names" of the legendary cabaret, from Toulouse-Lautrec to the "beautiful legs" of Mistinguett. With SIXTY! ovationate dancers The screening continued with a boisterous French Cancan performed by 60 dancers, literally ovationed by the crowd at every petticoat lift. "It was great. A little short ... but great, "commented Martine, a resident of the eighteenth came nearby to watch the show of 10 minutes. "That's Paris," added a British tourist next to her with the accent, taking over the title of Mistinguett's flagship magazine of 1926. After a pose in front of the podium of the photographers and TVs of the whole world, the girls, they, reinstated the interior of the Moulin-Rouge for a new representation of Féérie. The magazine, which has been playing cabaret since 1999, welcomes more than 600,000 spectators every year.