Rhonda Burchmore, 61, shows off her extremely learned face and line-free complexion on Today Extra

Rhonda Burchmore, 61, shows off her extremely learned face and line-free complexion as she promotes a new burlesque show on Today Extra

She may have recently celebrated her 61st birthday.

But entertainment icon Rhonda Burchmore showed no signs of the natural aging process when she appeared on Monday’s issue of Today Extra.

The legendary showgirl showed off her extremely toned face and line-free complexion as she discussed her new burlesque show Cabaret de Paris with hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell.

Always young! Entertainment icon Rhonda Burchmore, 61, (pictured) showed no signs of the natural aging process when she appeared on Monday’s edition of Today Extra

The dancer looked nothing short of perfect for her TV appearance, wearing dramatic makeup with a dewy foundation, smoky eyeshadow and a nude lip.

The flame-haired star wore her locks in loose curls, revealing glimpses of cleavage in her blue-and-white blouse, which features a quirky dog-themed print.

Her look was completed with a pair of earrings and a set of perfectly groomed red nails.

What's her secret?  The legendary showgirl showed off her extremely toned face and line-free complexion as she discussed her new burlesque show Cabaret de Paris with hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell

What’s her secret? The legendary showgirl showed off her extremely toned face and line-free complexion as she discussed her new burlesque show Cabaret de Paris with hosts David Campbell and Belinda Russell

During her interview, Rhonda told Today Extra that she is very concerned about whether her upcoming performances will go ahead as planned, given the current Covid lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria.

“It’s no way to live for us artists,” she lamented.

“You know, I have work here in the outback and in Darwin, and we’re trying to navigate as best we can to hold those gigs. Because we can’t go through New South Wales or Melbourne… [making me anxious].

'It's no way for us artists to live': During her interview, Rhonda told Today Extra she felt extremely concerned about whether her upcoming gigs would go ahead as planned, given the current Covid lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria.  Pictured in 2010

‘It’s no way for us artists to live’: During her interview, Rhonda told Today Extra she felt extremely concerned about whether her upcoming gigs would go ahead as planned, given the current Covid lockdowns in New South Wales and Victoria. Pictured in 2010

She added: “It’s a terrible time to live, let alone perform.”

Cabaret De Paris, has scheduled shows in Adelaide, Perth and Sydney.

Rhonda is one of Australia’s most prolific performers with over 40 years of show business experience and has appeared in shows such as Guys and Dolls, Tomfoolery and Mamma Mia!

Veteran: Rhonda is one of Australia's most prolific performers with over 40 years of show business experience

Veteran: Rhonda is one of Australia’s most prolific performers with over 40 years of show business experience

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