Paris By Night 82: Tiếu Vương Hội Trailer

Paris By Night 82: Tiếu Vương Hội Trailer (2006)

24 March 2006 Music 180 mins

Paris By Night 82: Tiếu Vương Hội is a Paris By Night program that was filmed at Studio 40 of the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto, Ontario - Canada on Saturday, March 25, 2006. It is one of Thúy Nga's "private" shows, as in, limited seats are available, and some are only invited guests only.

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United States 24 March 2006

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