Throwbacks aren’t just for Thursday, so we’re taking you back 50 years to 1966 to get caught in ‘The Web of Love’ with the glamorous Joi Lansing.
Lansing rose to fame in the late 1940s, appearing in film, television, pin-up photos, and an iconic scene in Orson Welles’ crime drama Touch of Evil. She acted and sang alongside Hollywood heavyweights like Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Deborah Kerr.
‘Web of Love’ is a favorite among Lansing fans, featuring showgirls, giant spider webs, and a witch doctor brewing a Joi-Lansing love potion. Enjoy this catchy song and visual treat, and don’t get caught (or do!) in any webs of love this weekend!