The Ross Sisters


Aggie Ross, Elmira Ross, and Maggie Ross, whose real names were Veda Victoria, Dixie Jewel and Betsy Ann Ross, were three teenage sisters who sung three-part harmonies and could wrap their feet around their faces.  The three Texas-born contortionists got a lot of attention after their mind-boggling acrobatics appeared in the MGM musical called Broadway Rhythm in 1944 (seen above) and soon thereafter moved to Europe.