‘Little Big Shots: Forever Young’ Episode Guide (July 26): 72 Year Old Pole Dancer; Chipps Cooney

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‘Little Big Shots: Forever Young’ Episode Guide (July 26): 72 Year Old Pole Dancer; Chipps Cooney

“Never Too Old To Dream Big” Season 1 Finale (07/26/17) – The first season celebrating phenomenal seniors comes to a close with host Steve Harvey visiting an amazing contortionist, a 72-year-old pole dancer from China, an ‘inflatable theater’ performer, a world champion trick roper, and an 81-year-old ‘dance machine.’ Funny magician/illusionist Chipps Cooney also makes a return appearance.

Following up on the phenomenal success of “Little Big Shots,” in which kids brought their amazing talents to a primetime audience, NBC has ordered “Little Big Shots: Forever Young,” where young-at-heart seniors will showcase their hidden talents, vibrant personalities and incredible wisdom.

The comedy/variety series, from Warner Horizon Television, will be executive produced by Ellen DeGeneres and Steve Harvey, who will also host.

As the #1 new series last season among total viewers, “Little Big Shots” showcased the talent and comedy of the very young. Now the spotlight turns to America’s seniors, where Harvey will showcase undiscovered rare talents and hysterical encounters with musicians, singers, dancers and every form of “elderkind” in the country. With many years of experience and wisdom, these seniors are sure to delight the audience with their strong opinions, incredible talent, and heartwarming stories.

Executive produced by DeGeneres, Harvey, Jeff Kleeman, Gerald Washington, Ed Glavin, Mary Connelly and Andy Lassner, “Little Big Shots: Forever Young” is from Warner Horizon Television, East 112th Street Productions and A Very Good Production.

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