*In 1968 Dean Martin brought together twelve beautiful young girls who could sing, dance and act, and gave them the name "The Golddiggers." The group was hand-picked from thousands of girls who auditioned in major cities across the US and Canada.After several appearances on the Dean Martin Variety Show, they were such a hit that Dean asked them to star on his summer replacement show, "Dean Martin Presents The Golddiggers." They went on to become regular performers on Dean's show and later starred in their own series for five seasons. Keep those cards and letters coming in, folks - to these kids. " During the late 1960s and 70s, the Golddiggers became known to national and international audiences as stars of television, concert, recording and night clubs.There's only one problem: he doesn't have the money to bankroll it all.That problem is solved when Brad turns out to be quite rich but he insists that he not perform.Today, to the delight of their many fans, six of the original Dean Martin Golddiggers, Sheila Allan, Suzy Cadham, Jackie Chidsey, Susie Ewing, Rosie Gitlin, and Nancy Sinclair have reunited to perform their hits.Stay tuned to this website for information about their upcoming television, recording and personal appearances."We welcome you to share in our memories of the past -- from the first open auditions for the Dean Martin Summer Shows -- to appearing with Dean each week on his TV series -- to hosting our very own series.Chorus girls Polly, Carol and Trixie are ecstatic when they learn that Broadway producer Barney Hopkins is putting on a new show.He promises all of the girls parts in the new show and even hires their neighbor Brad Roberts, an unknown composer, to write some of the music.
They were part of television history appearing with such distinguished artists as Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Stewart, Lucille Ball, Jack Benny, John Wayne, Johnny Carson, Carol Burnett, Glenn Ford, Ann-Margret, Raquel Welch, and so many more.
Before getting out of bed, he would light a cigarette and pour himself a glass of champagne from the dregs of the nearest magnum.
Then he’d have another cigarette and, fortified, pop open a fresh bottle.
They married in June 2002 and Mills gave birth to Beatrice Milly Mc Cartney on 28 October 2003.
The couple separated in 2006 and finalised their divorce in 2008.