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  • Jordan Goeree

    Catherine Bach was the original Daisy Duke – starring in Seventies US television show The Dukes Of Hazzard. The tiny cut-offs, that consequently caused one of fashion’s most long-term denim trends, were Bach’s own costume idea. She was asked to bring an outfit for her character from home, deciding on a check shirt and the now-famous shorts. A poster of her wearing the style sold five million copies and her legs, at the time of the show, were insured for one million dollars (£659,000).

  • Peter Moon

    Eat your heart out, Katy Perry, this California girl was around long before you!! :) ...go on, Daisy!!!

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She heard about the audition for The Dukes of Hazzard through her husband. When she arrived there, she found the producers were looking for a Dolly Parton-lookalike; despite not looking like what they were searching for, she was hired on the spot.[5] One of the earliest costume ideas from the producers was that she wear a tight white turtleneck, go-go boots and a poodle skirt, but Bach asked if she could bring her own outfit, which was a homemade T-shirt, a pair of cut-off denim shorts and high heels.

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