Brenna Sparks Must Read Xcitement Interview

Known for her exotic Laotian looks, vivacious onscreen performances, and her bubbly personality, Brenna Sparks is one to watch. With a little over two years in the biz, the playful, tatted, Asian starlet has worked for many top-shelf studios like Evil Angel, Digital Playground, Brazzers, Reality Kings, Burning Angel, Bang Bros., and Digital Sin, scored the role of a lifetime by being cast in WoodRocket’s Dragon Ball Z parody, and garnered a 2018 AVN Awards Fan Voting nomination for Hottest Newcomer.

Virtual reality video, cryptocurrency; we are headed into an exciting new era of digital technology in adult entertainment. You are on the cutting edge so let’s start our interview here. We are reading a press release about a VR scene you just filmed with Naughty America. First question, exactly what is virtual reality video?
VR (virtual reality) video is a special kind of video that lets you view it in 360 degrees. You can view the entire scene by spinning around, and you can even look up and down. This makes the scene feel a lot more realistic than a traditional video. It actually feels like you’re there.

Is there special equipment required to get the best VR experience?
Yes, lots of cameras and a completely different approach to filming it. The entire process is much different for everyone, including the talent.

Tell us the details about the scene you did with Justin Hunt and what a viewer can expect watching it.
Lots of dirty talking but not too hardcore, plus you get to see my foot skills!

We read your interview on cryptocurrency at bitcoin.com and learned much from it. Let’s give our readers the basics. First of all, exactly what is cryptocurrency?
Picture the year 3500. What do you see? What kind of roads, buildings and transportation exists? What does it all look like? How are we communicating? Do we have a government, if so, what do they do anymore? Chances are, most of what you are imaging is impossible, and it’s impossible because of our current financial system. The way we use money and the way that money moves, has crippled our possibilities as humans. In fact, most of our problems that exist are because of the structure of the financial system. Whenever we attempt to “change the world”, all we are really doing is just applying a Band-Aid and swapping out one giant problem for a new one.

Cryptocurrency is a radically new approach to money based on something else called, Blockchain. It isn’t just “digital money”, that would be an understatement of the millennia – it is a completely new architecture/system for money altogether, a new financial system, rebuilt from the ground up where nobody controls the distribution of it. Nobody prints it, nobody can tell you what the money can be used for, nobody can single-handedly destroy it or abuse it to their advantage. Cryptocurrencies have opened up opportunities for new technologies, has brought freedom and control over our own money, and has brought with it an unprecedented investing platform for people of all ages. There is no need for a bank, or for a company like PayPal or Visa to handle your money for you, not anymore. Cryptocurrencies are reshaping how money moves and as a result, it is shaping a future that was deemed impossible not long ago.

Everything, down to the most fundamental level, is changing because of cryptocurrencies. There isn’t one, or two, or 10 ways to define cryptocurrencies. It’s an extremely broad field. One common way to look at it is, borderless money. It’s not U.S. Dollars, Canadian Dollars, Euros, or Japanese Yen…it’s the money of planet Earth.

How does one acquire and exchange cryptocurrency?
This has been a steady process that will ultimately be extremely simple. At the moment, the simplest way to obtain cryptocurrencies is to exchange your dollars for cryptocurrencies at a currency exchange. The most popular currency exchanges for crypto at the moment is coinbase.com and Cash App. You buy it using a debit card or bank account. If you wish to obtain cryptocurrency with cash, you can use localbitcoin.com or visit a Bitcoin ATM in your area, but these options often carry a much higher exchange fee. As of right now, the banking industry is trying to set up their own sections so that you can purchase cryptocurrencies right from your own bank. Many are familiar with having a checking account and savings account, but now imagine adding the option of a cryptocurrency account. Imagine going into your bank to withdraw some money and they ask, “cash or cryptocurrency?”

You said it will revolutionize the adult industry. How? What are the problems the industry faces and how can the use of cryptocurrency resolve them?
There’s a lot wrong with it at a technical and non-technical level. I haven’t even been in the industry that long compared to others and have found many issues. Not only do we have problems outside of the industry, but we have a bunch of them within the industry as well. The industry is attacked from the inside and out.

At a non-tech level, you have issues like censorship, slow and obsolete payment methods such as written checks, inefficient and obsolete organizational structure, fraudulent test results, decreased wages, and banking issues that force companies and talent to lie about their work. At a technical level, you have issues like expensive payment gateways that take advantage of everyone with their enormous fees (this is mainly because the adult industry is shunned by all common payment processors like PayPal and Google), governments intervening with adult business models, copyright infringement, identity management, booking systems, project management, and many others.

There is a lot of obsolete technology and methodology in the adult industry and very little drive to do anything about it. When any industry has a monopoly on its hands then innovation is not a priority, and that is what is happening in the porn industry. The porn industry has a company with an obvious monopoly and the fate of the porn industry is resting in the hands of what is basically ad company at this point, not an adult company. When that’s the case, does it even make sense for the porn industry to grow?

Cryptocurrencies offer vast solutions to just about all problems in the adult industry. The detailed specifics to the solutions will be determined by future innovators that want to take on this industry. One future I’m imagining though is one where there will be no more agents but rather very efficient booking and project management systems, you won’t have to worry about free porn since you’ll be making enough side revenue to cover those losses, you’ll be paid instantly, your profit margins will increase to levels that exceed “the golden years”, you’ll be able to price your content for less money while still bringing in more profit due to the dramatic decrease in production and overhead costs, you won’t have to pay large fees to process payments on cam sites or personal sites anymore so there will be a huge increase in people creating their own content instead of having a production company doing it, you’ll be able to distribute your own content without the need of paying some other company like ManyVids, and also I envision a future where directors go directly (pun intended) to the talent and work on projects together, rather than the current system where there is some giant company behind the project that is raking in the majority of the revenue.

I don’t believe we are going to wait for industry leaders to implement it, instead I think people will just naturally utilize the new technologies because it will provide them far more incentive than the current system. It’s basically the digital version of natural selection. What I love about the fact that this industry has so many problems is that, when something has many problems it has many solutions, and anything that has lots of solutions has lots of opportunities.

Besides Bitcoin, what other currencies are available?
There are thousands of currencies and many more to come. We are moving into a future filled with coins! Some currencies are meant to be used as money, but others are meant to be used as tokens to operate within the company, like how an arcade has tokens. The ladder is one of the most revolutionary parts of cryptocurrency, as it allows companies to operate and raise funds in ways that people could only dream of. Aside from Bitcoin, I highly recommend checking out Ethereum and Cardano.

Tell us about the topless crypto education videos you are now working on.
It’s supposed to discuss cryptocurrencies at the most basic levels to very advanced levels. I don’t go into any of the technical programming stuff, but focus strictly on use-cases and how it will affect our present and future lives. My ultimate goal is to provide people with everything they need to know to start getting and using cryptocurrencies, as well as thinking deeper about money altogether.

At the moment, I’m collaborating with another company and directors and redoing what I’ve done before. I’ve been extremely eager to just post what I’ve already finished, but this way will be so much better. I’ve gotten some very talented friends working with me now, whereas before it was just me trying to do it alone.

You are a cam star. Where do you cam and what are you sexual specialties while camming?
I wouldn’t call myself a cam star, but thank you for that! I only cam on SpankChain and MyFreeCams. People love it when I use big dildos when I cam, so that seems to be my “thing”. I can’t do ginormous ones like the toys from Bad Dragon, but I can do thick 12-inch toys!

How frequently do you cam? Do you have a set schedule?
Not enough and no particular schedule. Check my Twitter to see when I’m on. I always let my fans know there.

Let’s hear some about you. The bio says you are Laotian. When did your family come to the USA?
I was born in the U.S., in Connecticut. My family arrived shortly before I was born.

Were you brought up adhering to Buddhism?
Yes, but I don’t remember much on it. It was a chore for me.

Do you practice Yoga and meditate?
I went to hot yoga once and almost passed out.

We saw you plugging Laotian beer on Twitter! Could you tell us a bit about Laotian food and drink?
My favorite Laos food is Laos Papaya Salad, made very spicy! I don’t really drink much Laotian drinks, so can’t say much on it, but the beer was very good though.

Did you start out as a stripper? Where? At what clubs? How old were you at the time.
Yes, I started off at a club in Chicago called, Admiral Theatre. I was 18 at the time and it was shortly after I left a fast food place. I attempted to quit dancing and try a more normal job, but it was absolutely awful. When you get into the adult industry and start making money and go back to a normal job, you truly see how much workers are being taken advantage of. For that reason, I just accepted the adult industry and focused on growing in it, rather than just getting through it.

What inspired you to get into porn?
Making a better living. I didn’t have ultra-high standards, but my standards were not in line with what I needed. Porn has placed me on a very good path that has brought me opportunities, knowledge, and connection that I didn’t foresee.

How did you come by your name Brenna Sparks?
While watching a very cool show called, Vikings. Coming up with the first name was by far more difficult than the last name. I really wanted a Viking-style name and eventually picked Brenna. The actual origin of the name is very complex. Originally, I found it meant “sword”, and combined with the last name you get “sword sparks”. As I did more research over many months on its relation to Vikings, I found that the name actually points to mean “to burn”, specifically to burn down the homes and the bodies of people that the Vikings had killed. I wanted a badass name and it only got more badass, so I was fine with that.

We see you worked with many of the top studios. How big is your catalog?
I’ve never counted.

What are your recommendations for your “must watch” titles?
My first anal scene by HardX and first creampie by Porn Fidelity.

Best scene you ever did?
Probably my first anal scene by HardX.

Weirdest scene you ever did?
I did a limp fetish scene which was weird to me, but the people turned out to be pretty cool, which I thought was weird too.

What is SpankChain and what is your role as advisor?
SpankChain is creating an ecosystem everything related to adult work and its using BlockChain technology to do so. It’s essentially carving out a piece of the internet and dedicating it to adult platforms. My role as an advisor is to research the adult industry, discover opportunities and potential problems, then present solutions. My ultimate goal is to ensure that the company doesn’t make any costly mistakes and seizes opportunities before other competitors.

A few questions about you:
Astrological sign?
Aquarius

Up with the sun or sleep in?
I usually am waking up around 10 a.m. I get to bed pretty late, plus I don’t like the early morning.

What is the first thing you do when you wake up?
Drink coffee and read.

What’s for breakfast?
I don’t eat breakfast.

Do you work out? Have an exercise routine?
I used to, but then I stopped. I’m about to get back into it though. My routine will be focused on growing legs and butt mass, and a little bit of emphasis on arms and back. My ultimate goal is to cut down body fat percentage and getting larger thighs and booty.

How much time do you spend on social media?
Analytics on my phone says that I spend about five hours a day reading just on Twitter.

Indoors or outdoors person?
Indoors. Too hot in Nevada.

Dress up or casual?
Casual

Lingerie?
I love lingerie! Bodysuits are usually my go to, as well as a nice bra, garter, stocking set. Best colors for me are maroon, red, black, and beige.

Favorite foods?
This is always changing, but recently I started eating meat (as a result of some major changes in my philosophy on the matter), and Korean BBQ has been my favorite.

Adult toys? Favorites?
I have a large toy collection and really like to use toys during sex, too. I don’t really have a favorite, it sort of depends on my mood. If I need to relieve myself quickly, then nothing beats the Hitachi. If it’s during sex, I’ll use a variety of dildo sizes, sometimes combined with a vibrator.

Best time for sex?
Any time, but usually it’s later in the afternoon.

Favorite position?
69, doggie, reverse cowgirl. Usually in that order.

Last thing before you turn out the lights?
I’m still always doing stuff for an hour when the lights aren’t on! Usually just reading on my phone or maybe watching some cartoons.

A few words to your fans.
Hey guys! Come say hello to me on my twitter @brennasparksxxx

Brenna Sparks Stars in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Parody

(Las Vegas, NV) Exotic, vivacious, tatted Asian adult performer Brenna Sparks has two new, must-see scenes out from Bang Bros. and Digital Playground.

The second scene of “The Gang Makes a Porno: A DP XXX Parody” is out today. Brenna is trying out to be in the feature that The Gang is making. Her and Jade Kush try out to be in the porn feature by getting naked and rubbing up against each other. To assure they’re cast, Brenna and Jade reappear for a final audition that ends in a three-way on the bar with both Asian hotties and lead director Gnarly (played by Tommy Pistol). See the trailer and scene at https://www.digitalplayground.com/series/trailer/2897766/the-gang-makes-a-porno-a-dp-xxx-parody-episode-2/. Directed by Vic Lagina and written by Xander Corvus, the third and final scene in the parody will premiere next Friday, September 21st.

“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is one of my favorite shows and the Digital Playground parody is just as funny,” says Brenna Sparks. “The scene was a lot of fun to work on and Jade, Tommy and I did an amazing scene together—it’s hot and we have sex literally on the bar. If you’re not a member of DP, you definitely want to join not just to see my scene, but the whole series.”

Brenna also has a new scene for Bang Bros that has her taking on Mandingo’s Monster Cock. “Small Asian Girl Rides the BBC”, Brenna opens wide and takes on one of the biggest cocks in the biz. If she’s horny enough, she’ll be able to handle it. View the trailer and full scene at
https://bangbros.com/video3407783/small-asian-rides-the-bbc.

ABOUT BRENNA SPARKS
Known for her exotic Laotian looks, vivacious onscreen performances, and her bubbly personality, Brenna Sparks is one to watch. With a little over two years in the biz, the playful, tatted, Asian starlet has worked for many top-shelf studios like Evil Angel, Digital Playground, Brazzers, Reality Kings, Burning Angel, Bang Bros., and Digital Sin, scored the role of a lifetime by being cast in WoodRocket’s Dragon Ball Z parody, and garnered a 2018 AVN Awards Fan Voting nomination for Hottest Newcomer.

Before working in adult, she was a stripper and did a brief stint in nursing school. When she’s not filming or camming, she’s serving as a SpankChain Advisor and investing in the cryptocurrency market. Brenna scored the cover and feature of Xcitement Magazine’s September 2018 issue.

Keep up with everything in her world by following her on Twitter at @brennasparksxxx and Instagram at @ brennasparksofficial. Become a member of her Only Fans https://onlyfans.com/brennasparks and see what really goes on while she’s on and off set. And, buy her exclusive clips on ManyVids https://www.manyvids.com/Profile/1000193900/brennasparks/.

Brenna is the September 2018, Xcitement Magazine cover girl.

Read the Aja Marie Xcitement Magazine Interview


The moment we met Aja Marie we knew we wanted her to be on the Xcitement cover. Now, several years later the time is right as Aja has not only begun to travel as a feature entertainer but has also received two nominations from Exotic Dancer’s annual awards – Newcomer Feature Entertainer of the Year and MissExoticDancer.com 2018. We take our August issue to the Exotic Dancer Gentlemen’s Club Expo so the timing is perfect for Aja’s cover!

We met you through Penthouse so let’s start there. How did you come to be in Penthouse?
I’ve been working for the PENTHOUSE company for many years. During these years I was modeling and training to be a showgirl. I asked my manager to send my portfolio to the magazine. They loved my photos and booked me for my first shoot that week.

Your layout was entitled “Welcome to the Jungle.” The photos were done in Costa Rica. It’s a beautiful layout. Tell us about the experience.
My experience in Costa Rica was incredible, I was surrounded by so many beautiful women on the shoot. We went to the most exotic locations. Being in a jungle like setting means, you can’t be afraid of the wild. There were spiders I’ve never seen in my life, but that didn’t stop me.

Do you enjoy the great outdoors. Are you a nature lover?
I enjoyed seeing new beaches and tropical jungles. I am adventurous and love nature.

The Penthouse issue says you “Surf, skate, wakeboard, skateboard, snowboard, play soccer, model.” Obviously you are quite active and enjoy physical activity.
One thing I truly love is being active. Playing any sport, climbing any mountain, riding any wave, is what I call fun.

Living in Louisiana there wouldn’t be an opportunity to surf or snowboard so you must have travelled some. Where did you learn to surf?
I spent manny years in Florida, and was inseparable from the ocean. That’s where I learned to surf and skate. I spent 2 years in Alaska, and snowboarding was the closest thing to surfing. My friends there pranked me and took me down a black diamond, on my first day. Let’s just say I’m lucky to be alive.

Photo by : EdgE Photography ( www.edgephotography.us )

At the time we met, you were dancing at the New Orleans Penthouse Club. Are you still with the Penthouse Clubs? Where?
I will always be a PENTHOUSE key girl. I’m extremely loyal to PENTHOUSE company because it is the best club chain I’ve worked for. I spend most of my nights in Louisiana at THE PENTHOUSE CLUB in Baton Rouge. That is where I practice and train for all of my shows.

Your Penthouse issue says that you were a seven time pole champ. Let’s talk a bit about pole dancing. First tell us about pole dancing as a means of expression.
For me pole is an art, and I love how it’s a combination of ballet, figure skating, gymnastics, acrobatics, and my own personal touch of dance. It feels incredible to captivate an entire room, and have them witness the passion I put into my work.

Who taught you pole dancing? How did you learn your skills?
I had no one to teach me pole dancing, so I learned by watching other dancers perform. Because I learned independently many of my dance moves are unique. I perfect my skill, every night I work. While I’m not at work I study dance videos.

What were the pole dance competitions that you won?
Club Cheaters of Cocoa Beach pole competition, Florida 2x Bare Assets pole competition, Florida, PENTHOUSE of Tampa pole competition, Florida. Miss Southern Bell pole competition, South Carolina, Strip 10 pole competition, South Carolina 6x pole champion.

At the EDI East you performed on the aerial hoops. Contrast that skill to those on the pole.
Although it’s not my primary expertise, I enjoy aerial hoops. I feel as though they are easier than pole dancing, only because you can sit, stand or hang on it. Pole is a little more difficult because there is nothing to stand or sit on.

You added fire to the aerial hoops! Tell us about that.
I first started the fire hoop in 2012. I used fire toys a lot, so I was comfortable with stepping outside of the box. My fire technician in Alaska is the genius who came up with the concept and design for the attachments.

Your show at the EDI had a jungle theme complete with makeup! Describe the show.
I named the show “Wild Wolf Show.” This was an incredibly special show for me. Instead of researching choreography, I just did what I felt in the music. I studied the music and listened to every beat, and I let the choreography come naturally. The entire show was a representation of everything I’ve learned over the years. I wanted to take a risk with the makeup, in order to make the show come alive. I wanted the audience to feel like they were in the wild. I also added sound effects to my music to enhance the experience and emotion in the show.

Photo by : EdgE Photography ( www.edgephotography.us )

Most people don’t realize the time, expense and effort that goes into creating a show and performing, so please tell our readers all about it.
You have to really love dancing and performing to be a showgirl. It takes complete dedication, pain, sweat, and tears. My shows generally cost me an arm and a leg to design. On top of designing a show, comes the endless hours of studying the music and choreography. Next comes the pain and fatigue, from practicing over and over. Not to mention working to pay for bills and put food on the table. Finally the breaking point, this is the moment you realize how consuming a single show can be. That moment will make or break you. When you’re on your last dollar but you have to buy rhinestones. When you have 3 pulled muscles but you have to execute your choreography. Or the worst one, when something tragic happens, but you have to put on a smile because the show must go on. I’m sure many showgirls can relate. Life happens, but not giving up has only made me stronger.

How did you come to be a dancer?
When the first Obama election happened I lost 3 of my 4, part time jobs. Yes, I had 4 jobs at one time. I knew I had to get a new job and quick. I put in 50 applications even to fast food places. I had no luck finding a job, so I tried serving at a gentleman’s club. I only made $2.00 on my first day. I saw dancers in a side area, laughing with a heap of money on the table. They had their feet resting on ottomans, relaxing while counting all the money. I said to myself here is the solution, that will keep me from being evicted.

What was it like the first time on stage?
My first time on stage is a hilarious story. I started at Lido’s On The Beach, in Cocoa Beach, Florida. I picked this club randomly, as I was driving down A1A. I was in the dressing room getting ready, and there was a doorway with a curtain. The Dj said over the mic, “Aja, to the stage”. I panicked and started to turn back, but next thing I knew two girls were coaxing me up the steps. I was clinging on to the door frame and tried to resist, but I pulled my big girl panties up and just let go. I stumbled onto stage late, and just started dancing the only way I knew how. The typical crazy, fast, no rhythm, new girl type of dancing. To my surprise, the crowd went wild throwing ones.

Tell us about dancing, why you do it, why you enjoy dancing, etc.
I always wanted to be a ballerina, but my parents wanted me to be an outdoors athlete. I dance because I have a passion for dancing. I love when people smile as I perform. Even though I’ve had no lessons in dance, I dance to the beat of my own drum and people enjoy it.

Now as a feature entertainer you get to travel. What’s it like being on the road?
Traveling is what I enjoy the most about my job. I like meeting new people, and seeing new places. When I’m driving, I’m usually singing like I’m auditioning for American idol. Although I probably sound terrible, it makes the ride fun. When I’m flying, I’m usually bundled up getting my beauty sleep.

What are your shows and costumes?
My top shows are 1)Geisha show – I wear a short pink kimono, that is covered in 2,000 rhinestones. It sparkles under the lights. 2) Pirate show – I wear a white and gold, fancy pirate costume. I have a sparkly sword, rope to swing on, and a cannon that blows smoke rings! 3) Dominatrix show – I wear patent leather, and the show is filled with chains and whips. It even has a custom made Love swing wrapped in leather. 4) Fire Gypsy show – I wear a black gypsy costume, with coins dangling from it. I perform with different fire equipment for 3 songs. It’s the most action packed! 5) Wild Wolf show – My newest show, that I performed at EDI East. It’s a furry wolf costume that will scare and seduce you, at the same time.

Compare house dancing to feature dancing.
House dancing is a cake walk, because I have regulars, comfortability, and friends. Featuring is like running a full time business. I have to promo, organize contracts, keep track of expenses, taxes, and income. I also have to rehearse and travel a lot.

Tell us about competing. What drives you compete.
The only reason why I competed was to get closer to my goal, of performing on the big stage at Expo. I want to complete that goal before I retire. On the flip side, I don’t like competing. I just like dancing my heart out, without all of the pressure, stress, and judgement. I just love what I do, especially when its stress free. The positive thing about competing is that I’ve learned so many new things, and have met so many talented women. I wouldn’t be the Aja Marie I am today, without the learning experience that came with competing.

At Expo last summer you won the bikini competition that had over 100 contestants. Tell us about that.
That was an unforgettable moment in my life. I trained for 3 months, and was dedicated to the gym 5 days a week. I would spend 3-4 hours working out, to sculpt the perfect balance of curves and muscle tone. I spent many days in pain, but was so determined to build my figure. Meanwhile, fighting through a string of unfortunate events, that tested my patience in life. It drove me to train harder, and my mindset was to do the absolute best I could do. When they announced me as the winner, it was like I froze and my ears became deaf. All of the unfortunate things that took place, before that moment, flashed through my mind. It was enough to leave me breathless, and as i opened my eyes all I could hear was cheering. After all I’d been through in a split second everything changed for the better. I will always be thankful for that moment, and Platinum 84 for having the event, PENTHOUSE for sponsoring me to participate, and the judges for choosing me.

Photo by : EdgE Photography ( www.edgephotography.us )

Now for some short questions about you and your life. What is your ethnicity?
I am Mexican and Chinese. My mother is Swedish and Chinese, and my father is Mexican and Chinese. So I’m basically a melting pot.

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?
The first thing I do when I wake up is run through my mental list of things that must be done for the day, and what time and order I’ll be able to accomplish them.

What’s for breakfast?
I love making breakfast! Eggs Benedict, Biscuits and gravy, French crepes, potato skillet. You name it I’ll make it.

Do you have an exercise, workout routine? Do you go to the gym?
The only time I work out is, if I have a bikini competition or a modeling event. My upper body is so bulky from performing pole dancing, so I try to avoid any exercises that target upper body. With that being said, it’s 5 days straight in the gym. Day one legs and glutes, Day 2 core, and I keep alternating those two until I get the results I want.

How much time do you spend on social media?
I should spend more time on social media, but my life is so demanding sometimes I neglect my social media. I’m not an addict who has to check it every minute, but that could also be a downfall in running a business that is on social media.

What social media platforms do you use? and what are they?
I use FaceBook and Instagram, but I’m primarily on FaceBook. It’s so lucky I have time to keep up with one, let alone two social media programs. Aja Marie Feature on Facebook and Instagram.

Dress up or casual? sneakers or heels?
I love to play dress up at work, so when I’m not at work I’m usually casual. I love wearing workout clothes, because they’re quick to throw on and comfortable when I’m so busy. I usually wear flat shoes, because I’m always on the go.

Favorite color?
My favorite color is blue, it’s been my favorite color since I could remember.

What’s your birth sign? Into astrology?
My birth sign is Virgo, and yeah I’m entertained by astrology but I don’t read too deep into it. Everything I have read about my sign is surprisingly spot on.

Favorite foods?
Ever since I could remember, my favorite thing to eat is olives. Kalamata olives are my favorite kind. I love cheese plates, steaks, and desserts.

Dine out or eat in?
I like dining out, because it gives me a chance to try new dishes and flavor combinations. I’m a huge food critic, and have tried many styles of cooking. From 2 Michelin star ( I haven’t had a 3 star yet ), to delicious little mom and pop diners.

Do you cook?
I love, LOVE cooking! I grew up as the baker, and my sister was the cook. I was always perfecting cakes and sweets. So when I started cooking, I was always trying to give my dishes the best presentation.

Taste in music?
I have a wide range of music in my playlist. Because my job plays such a wide range of music, I’ve learned to appreciate all types of music. One of my favorite songs is, No one like you – by Scorpions.

Do you watch TV?
I’m always busy, so I never get to sit down and watch T.V.. My T.V. Collects dust, and is just a decoration in the living room.

Best movie you saw recently?
I never get enough time to watch movies, but I saw, “I, Tonya”, recently and it was entertaining to me.

Favorite actors, actresses?
My favorite actors are Johnny Depp, Ryan Gosling, Leonardo DiCaprio, Gerard Butler, and Jason Statham.

Do you follow any sports teams? If so who?
Saints and Miami Heat, that’s as much as I get into sports. Those are my football and basketball teams, and if they are on T.V., I’m cheering.

What turns you on?
Money and success always turn me on. It sounds terrible, but there’s no better feeling than knowing I have money in the bank. I’m not a gold digger, I just love the stress free feeling money gives me.

What turns you off?
My biggest turn off is a man who is not sensual.

Best place you ever had sex?
The best place I’ve ever had sex, was on an airplane. It’s something about the thrill and relief of in flight anxiety.

Ideal romantic night?
My ideal romantic night would be greeting me with a flower or bouquet, taking me to an amazing dinner. Then, have a few after dinner drinks. Last but not least, a sensual time rolling around in the sheets, with candles lit.

Tell us why you like Louisiana?
I like Louisiana, because it’s wild and fun. The food is amazing, and there’s so much history.

If we came to visit New Orleans, where would you take us?
I would take you for a tour of the city, from Garden District, to the Mississippi River front, to the Quarter, and Mid City. We would eat at Revolution, Italian Barrel, or GW Fins. We would have after dinner drinks at the Fountain Lounge, inside The Roosevelt Hotel. Probably go to Harrah’s for some blackjack too.

One place you would like to visit?
I would love to visit Greece, only because I’ve studied the language. I was intrigued by the sound of the language, and studied it on Rosetta Stone. The photos of Greece look so beautiful and I have yet to visit.

Something about you we would never guess?
You would never guess, but I am an extremely shy person. I get overwhelmed in a large room full of people. I never get stage fright when performing, because everything is routine, but when I’m at a social event I get so quiet and shy. Do not mistake my quietness for being a B!&@#, if I’m quiet its because I’m shy and speechless.

If you weren’t a dancer, what would you be doing?
If I wasn’t a dancer I’d be designing dancer clothes or swimwear. I love sewing and I’ve been sewing since I was 7 years old. It’s also therapeutic for me when I am stressed, it takes my mind off of things.

Will you enter the Bikini contest again this year?
I will enter the bikini contest again this year, and I will come back looking the best I can. I feel like I set a bar for myself and also made it difficult on myself to reach that bar. So its my goal to reach that bar again and work on my stage presence.

A few words to your fans.
I just want to say Thank You, to everyone who has believed in me and for supporting my dreams and goals. I am grateful for all of the love and support, especially when things get tough. If you see me come and say hello! Let’s get this party started!

See you in Vegas!!!

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