Sonja Morgan Gets Sexy and Sassy During Rehearsals For Private Burlesque Show

Sonja Morgan is the one star out of The Real Housewives of New York City who really knows how to spice up a scene.

Over the weekend, the RHONY star was the featured guest of an off broadway production company named “Speakeasy Moderne” and she performed with them in a special burlesque show in the Hamptons.

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A source very close to production shared an exclusive video with of Sonja rehearsing her sexy dance moves prior to her big night.

In the video, Sonja dances across the stage her as she practices her Moulin Rouge-esque, risqué routine — and, at one point, she nearly even twists her body to the ground.

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The source tells that “over 500 people” attended “Sonja’s Great Gatsby Inspired Cabralesque Show” at the East Hampton Studio on the evening of June 14.

And it cost the audience a pretty penny: Tables for the evening went for $1000 each; VIP tickets sold for $125; and it was $30 per person just to stand and watch!

The evening was produced by Hank Stampfl, a producer for Speakeasy Moderne.

Sonja’s Sonja in The City Special Events and Catering helped with the décor and Carlyle Off the Green catered the event.

“Part of proceeds benefited the Long Island Gay and Lesbian Youth Center,” the source shares.

The event was produced by Hank Stampfl.

Of course, all of Sonja’s RHONY co-stars — Countess LuAnn de LessepsAviva DrescherCarole Radziwill, and Heather Thomson — were in attendance, except for Ramona Singer, who was away on vacation, another insider tells

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But the party didn’t end there.

“The festivities continued on over the weekend as the women were filmed at Sonja’s $3 million rental homein Watermill,” the source says. “Sonja hosted an all-cast brunch, which was put together by Seth Levine from Hampton hot-spot, Georgica.”

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