Fay McKay

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Fay McKay (August 10, 1930 – April 4, 2008) was an American entertainer. She spent the majority of her career in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Born as Fayetta Gelinas in Manchester, New Hampshire, she won the 1951 Ted Mack Amateur Hour award and toured with the group. After touring with the group she was an opening act for Liberace and toured with Mickey Finn[disambiguation needed].

The Twelve Daze of Christmas[edit]

She was best known for her performance of The Twelve Daze of Christmas, in which she played an intoxicated singer who receives the following cocktails and whiskys from her true love:


Fay McKay died in Las Vegas, Nevada, aged 77, from undisclosed causes.[1]


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