Dorothy Dale Kloss is in the Guinness Book of Records (2009) for being the oldest living working showgirl. The now 93-year-old hoofer will perform on Little Big Shots: Forever Young. While Dorothy draws a lot of attention as she flirts with host Steve Harvey during their interview, the spotlight on the stage will also follow Dorothy’s singing and dancing partner, Ken Prescott. Dorothy says Ken’s been in eight Broadway shows.
To help promote their current show “Two for the Road”, Dorothy and Ken were recently interviewed by Access Hollywood co-host Alfonso Ribeiro, who starred in the 1984 production of “The Tap Dance Kid” on Broadway. Ken was one of the dancers in show, too! From December 1983 to August 1985, Prescott danced as Little Rio Dancer and New Yorker in “The Tap Dance Kid”. Check out the video below of Ribeiro and the cast performing at the 1984 Tony Awards. Little Big Shots: Forever Young airs Wednesdays at 8pm on NBC. Little Big Shots: Forever Young airs Wednesdays at 8 pm on NBC.