Daisy and Violet Hilton
Daisy and Violet Hilton, conjoined twins born in England in 1908, garnered international attention for their extraordinary lives. Joined at the hips and buttocks, they embarked on a career as vaudeville performers. Here, they showcased their exceptional singing and dancing talents. Despite their physical connection, the Hilton sisters displayed remarkable individuality and resilience. They navigated both the entertainment industry and societal challenges, and later advocated for their rights and independence. As their fame grew, Daisy and Violet Hilton faced legal battles against exploitative management. They eventually gained their freedom, highlighting their determination to control their own lives. Their unique journey sheds light on the complexities faced by conjoined twins. Both as mesmerizing performers and also as individuals with their own aspirations and agency.