The best tour ever winds down; I am having NUCLEAR COWBOYZ withdraws. The final cities of the motocross tour were in Ontario, CA and Rosemont, IL. I had several friends attend the Ontario show as well as a childhood friend, Pia, see me perform in Rosemont. Catching up with family and friends has been one of the many advantages of this tour! I really hope there will be a NUCLEAR COWBOYZ Tour in 2011!
I continued my weekly go-go gigs at PLAYHOUSE and VOYEUR and added another venue to my repertoire, SCORES. NO I do NOT strip, just go-go dance high above patrons in balconies. I traveled to Palm Springs for the infamous lesbian event entitled DINAH SHORE to go-go dance; the lesbians love me, and I appreciate their love of tipping me even though I am straight.
I booked a tradeshow as a booth babe at the famed ADULT CONVENTION in Los Angeles; porn conventions always make for interesting days. For example, I ran into Ron Jeremy again and this time I got my picture taken with him. He is so not sexy, and I don’t care how well endowed he is, if I’m not attracted to you then I ain’t sexing you!
I worked the season finale after party for the hit show “24” as a cigar girl and was appointed to keep Kiefer Sutherland’s table stocked with cigarettes. I have nothing juicy to share other than the fact that he was a nice guy. I also filmed an episode of “Millionaire Matchmaker.” Here’s a link to view:
I filmed a SAG low budget film starring Tom Sizemore in which I played “Chase’s side chick.” Basically I was hired for my looks, which is why I am enrolled in a weekly scene study class so that I can be hired for my acting with looks being icing on the cake! I’m not complaining, I do work hard for my physique whether sweating at the gym or hustling to pay for a plastic surgeon’s talents, but I want to be the red-hot redhead who has more to offer than T & A! I also had a table read for another SAG low budget film called NIGHT PASSAGE that I will film later this summer.
Last but not least, I was asked to be in my friend’s wedding as one of her bridesmaids. It was a “circus performer marries Air Force” type of wedding complete with authentic Las Vegas Showgirls and Cirque Du Soleil performers and military men in uniform. It was a beautiful wedding, and I was honored to be apart of it. This was one of the few weddings I was actually able to attend since I have missed so many of my friends’ weddings in the past; sorry y’all whom I’ve missed but I was always out of the country when you married. ): I’ve also come to realize that a wedding is an extravagant show and when you are use to performing in shows as I am, the main difference in a wedding is you don’t get paid for it; instead you are the one paying for it. So I have concluded that when and if I ever marry, my soon to be husband or my mother and my soon to be mother-in-law can be in charge of planning EVERYTHING. Give me my call time, and I’ll show up in wardrobe with hair and make-up ready!