May 19, 2011 12:52am
MWA: Krystle Cummings
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about another one of my not-quite-so-insane trips. Also, since I only have one feature dancer to write about this time around, I am going to do something a little bit different.
So if anybody out there would like to know what it is that I am speaking of, they should definitely read on.
Saturday, May 14Th, I drove to Phoenix, Arizona, where I spent the evening at the Hi-Liter Cocktail Lounge hanging out with Krystle Cummings and observing all three of her shows.
For her first time on stage this evening, Krystle performed her, "Gangster Show." At the start of this show, she carried a toy sub-machine gun onto the stage and wore a black fedora hat with a hatband that was covered with silver sequins. She also wore a long-sleeved suit-like jacket and long pants with zippers on the outside of each leg for easy removal. Both the jacket and the pants were completely covered with black sequins. Under the jacket was a white piece. (Since I don't know what the official name of the white piece might be, I will simply call it a hybrid between a halter top and a dickey.) Beneath the white piece was a bra that was totally covered with silver sequins. Under her pants, Krystle wore a black G-string-like thong. The waistband of the thong had little silver sequins evenly spaced all the way around. Krystle's footwear for this show was a pair of transparent shoes with spike heels, platform soles, and ankle straps.
Krystle finished this show with a lotion bit.
Krystle performed this show to, "Smooth Criminal," by Alien Ant Farm, "Drop it to the Floor," by Pitbull, "Thriller 2010 Remix," by Michael Jackson, and, "In the Air Tonight," by Nonpoint.
Krystle performed her, "Snow White Show," for her second time on the stage. For this performance, she wore a gold crown and a short black wig which was soon discarded to reveal Krystle's long blonde hair. Next she wore a dark blue top with short, puffy, sleeves. The colors of the sleeves were wide stripes of alternating red and light blue. Krystle's top also had some gold trim. With the exception of its sleeves, this top was completely covered with the appropriately colored sequins. With her top, Krystle wore a short, white, crinoline-like skirt. The skirt had a narrow blue waistband made of sequins. There was an even narrower line of small blue sequins running all the way around the skirt near the bottom hem. Beneath her top and skirt, Krystle wore a red and dark blue bra and thong set. Both the bra and the thong were covered with sequins. Krystle wore the same shoes to finish out this costume.
Krystle ended this show with another lotion bit, but instead of any type of lotion, she used a water-based greenish-yellow fluorescent paint.
The music for this show was, "Dragula," by Rob Zombie, "Bring Me to Life," by Evanesence, "Poison," by Alice Cooper, and, "Bodies," by Drowning Pool.
For her final performance, Krystle did what I shall call her, "Secret Agent Show." Krystle started the show by carrying a cap pistol onto the stage and wearing a pair of dark sunglasses. Next, Krystle wore a black suit-like jacket and long black pants with zippers on the outsides of her legs for, what else, easy removal. Both the jacket and the pants were covered with sequins. Under her jacket, Krystle wore another hybrid between a halter top and a dickey. This one had a small, black, bow tie attached at the bottom of Krystle's throat. Beneath the halter/dickey, Krystle wore a bra that was completely covered with sequins. The bra had black breast cups and white straps. Once Krystle had removed her pants, she revealed a black and white G-string-like thong. Once again, Krystle wore the same pair of shoes. (in defense of the shoes, why not? Because they were transparent, they went well and looked good with all three costumes.)
Krystle ended this show with another lotion bit. (In the case of all three of the lotion portions of her shows, at the end, Krystle would stick 3X5" promotion cards to various parts of her body and allow customers to remove them with their mouths.)
This show was performed to the, "James Bond Theme Remix," by Moby, "4 Minutes to Save the World," by Madonna, "Die Another Day," also by Madonna, "Diamonds are Forever," (Nobody, including myself, was certain who performed this number) and, "Tomorrow Never Dies," by Garbage.
Krystle committed very good interaction with the customers during all of her shows.
Krystle is a lovely woman with blonde hair and green eyes. She stands five feet three inches tall, she weighs one hundred ten pounds, and her measurements are 34D-24-32.
While I first met Krystle Cummings at the Exotic Dancer Gentlemen's Club Owners Expo, in Las Vegas, in August 2009, this was the first time I have been able to really spend a goodly amount of time chatting and getting to know her. And I had a great time hanging out with her and her assistant Ryan. The three of us even went to my beloved Pancho's Mexican Buffet to have dinner together between Krystle's 5 and 9PM shows.
I can now testify to the fact that Krystle is a very kind, lovable, smart, and fun-loving lady. She is also a world of fun to be around and to chat with!
It is my opinion that Krystle Cummings is one of the best, most entertaining, feature dancers touring the circuit today and is not to be missed. Therefore, I highly recommend that nobody ever pass up an opportunity to go to a club to see her perform and to meet her in person! So people, start bugging the owners and/or managers of your local clubs to book this lady immediately, if not sooner!
When asked where she was originally from, Krystle responded, "I was born and raised in Long Island, New York."
In answer to the question about how she ended up in the South, she said, "I migrated to the South when my family decided to retire to North Carolina."
Krystle then stated, "I shortly after that moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where I now reside. It's so nice there, beautiful weather, and the nicest people you could meet."
When asked about her dancing, what prompted her to try her hand at feature dancing, and whether or not anybody may have inspired her to become a feature dancer, Krystle replied, "I started dancing nine years ago as a house dancer. I absolutely loved it! I always had a lot more energy than the ladies I worked with, and when I saw my first feature, Roxy LA Rue, I was hooked and knew it was something I wanted to pursue."
"I loved the big costumes and high energy shows. The more features I saw, the more I knew I wanted to do this. I competed in my first feature style competition, Miss Exotic, a couple years ago and won and everything really took off for me. And I've been stacking up the credits ever since. I have done men's magazines and feature competitions."
Krystle was referring to winning Miss Exotic North Carolina. She then went on to compete in the Miss Exotic USA semi-finals and finals. This writer was there and saw Krystle being awarded Hottest Body in that contest. And she was up against some tough competition, I might add!
When asked if she had ever performed in, or if she ever planned to perform in, XXX adult films, Krystle stated, "I do not do adult film. Don't get me wrong. I love me some good porn, but it's just not for me. I love just being a showgirl."
When asked what she might have planned for the future, Krystle replied, "As far as what I will do after featuring life, I'm going to be a Vet. I love animals and helping them, and it is something I wanted to do since I was a little girl. I even travel with my Pug, Lola LA Rue."
The following are some of Krystle's credits:
2011 Penthouse G-String Awards Gold Medal Centerfold Division
2011 Penthouse G-String Awards Silver Overall Winner
2011 Miss Nude World
2011 Miss Nude World Most Original Show
2011 Miss Nude World Best Show
2011 Miss Nude World Best Props
2011 Miss Nude World Performer of the Year
2011 Miss Nude World Hardest Body
2011 Miss Nude World Best Breasts
2011 Miss Nude United States Master Dancer
2010 Newcomer Entertainer of the Year Nominee by Exotic Dancer
2010 Exotic Dancer Grand Championship - Best Breasts
2010 Penthouse G-String Awards - Bronze Medal - Best Show
2010 Miss Erotic World
2010 Miss Nude World Newcomer of the Year
2010 Miss Nude World - Hottest Legs
2010 Miss Exotic U.S.A. - Hottest Body
2009 Miss Exotic North Carolina
2009 Miss Exotic - Most Beautiful Face
2009 Miss Exotic - Hottest Gymnast
Following this are some of Krystle's magazine appearances:
Private Dancer (Cover)
Adult Fun 411 (Cover)
V2 (Krystle has been on the cover of this Magazine two times to date.)
The above credits were graciously provided by Krystle herself.
Krystle can be booked through the Pure-Talent Agency, a-List Features and the Continental Agency.
Krystle stated that she was working on getting an official website built and launched. In the meantime, people can make contact with Krystle through Facebook.com and MySpace.com all under Krystle Cummings.
That will do it one more time folks. We should all meet back here the next time to discuss more hot, sexy, beautiful women. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,