August 21, 2011 01:47am
MWA: Rios, Leone
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures 7th Anniversary Column! Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. Yes folks, another anniversary has rolled around as of August 18. And I'm still going strong, I think. Now let's move on to a more interesting subject: Ann Marie Rios and Sunny Leone!
This time around, I will be writing about two of the largest names in the adult entertainment industry. So without any further ado, let's get to the business of taking care of business! (Forgive me folks, I couldn't resist that attempt at a play on words.)
Ann Marie Rios
Friday night, August 19Th, I drove out to the Rialto Spearmint Rhino Gentlemen's Club to spend some time with my friend Ann Marie Rios and to observe both of her shows of the evening.
For her first appearance on stage, Ann Marie performed her matador show. She carried a large square piece of a bright red material with a line of gold trim around the edges, and she wore a long-sleeved red, black and gold matador-style jacket. With her jacket she wore a red corset with alternating vertical gold and black stripes on the front. She also wore a red bra with gold trim. She additionally wore a pair of black, knee-length, matador-style pants that were trimmed with a thin gold line down the front of each leg and also around the bottom hem of each leg. Under her pants, Ann Marie wore a pair of gold bikini panties, and beneath her panties, she wore a black thong with a gold triangle in the back that tapered down through the crotch area. On the front of the thong was some sort of vertical gold scrolling with a narrow gold line on either side. On her feet, she wore a pair of gold shoes with stiletto heels. Most of the pieces of this costume were decorated with, or in some cases, literally covered with the appropriately colored sequins.
At one point in the show, Ann Marie placed a red bull hat, complete with white horns, on the head of a tip rail customer. She then pulled him up onto the stage, had him get down on his hands and knees, grabbed the large piece of red material and staged an abbreviated bull fight with the customer playing the role of el toro.
Ann Marie ended this show with a game of cooter ball for 8X10s and DVDs.
This show was performed to, "Objection (Tango)," by Shakira, "Carnaval," by Celia Cruz, "Escandalo," (Ann Marie wasn't certain who the artist was, and I wasn't able to figure it out myself) and, "Beautiful Liar," by Shakira.
For her final performance of the evening, Ann Marie did her girl scout show. When she came onto the stage, she carried a green basket filled with things she needed for the show. She wore a green sleeveless jacket adorned with girl scout-like patches. Under the jacket, Ann Marie wore a green sash decorated with still more girl scout-like patches. Next she wore a green mini-skirt and a white blouse that was tied between her breasts. The blouse had elbow-length sleeves that were trimmed with lace and a ribbon tied in a bow at the end of each sleeve. Beneath the blouse and the mini-skirt, Ann Marie wore a white bra and a pair of white lace bikini panties. She also wore a pair of white knee-length socks on her legs, and her footwear was a pair of stiletto-heeled black and white shoes.
Some of Ann Marie's interaction with the tip rail squatters during this show involved whipped cream and some cookies
Ann Marie once again ended the show with a game of cooter ball for 8X10s and DVDs.
Ann Marie performed this show to, "Cookie Jar," by Gym Class Heroes, "Hot Tottie," by Jay-Z, "Candy Shop," by 50 Cent, and, "Goodies," by Ciara.
Ann Marie told me that the title of her third song was State of Candy, but I think she meant Candy Shop. I say this because the only number I can find by 50 Cent that has anything to do with candy is, "Candy Shop," so I am taking liberties.
During both of her shows on this night, Ann Marie left the stage to play with the customers in the cheap seats for a little while. This is a fairly common practice with Ann Marie.
I have once again made the mistake of thinking that I already had Ann Marie's physical statistics first hand and therefore did not ask her about them. However, according to the information on her MySpace profile, she stands five feet four inches tall, weighs in at one hundred seven pounds, and her measurements are 34B-25-34. Of course all I had to do was use my eyes to see that she has somewhat long brunette hair and brown eyes.
Since Ann Marie is the person who created her MySpace profile, I think it is safe to assume that the information is correct; therefore, I will go with it until Ann Marie tells me differently in the future, if that ever happens.
Ann Marie is quite smart and very well spoken. Not only can she hold an intelligent conversation with just about anybody, she also has a great sense of humor. In addition to all of this, she truly enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans.
Ann Marie is a very good feature dancer, and her interaction with the tip rail dwellers is excellent. As I stated earlier, it is her habit to even leave the stage to play with some of the customers that aren't seated at the stage.
It is my recommendation that anybody who might learn that Ann Marie will be appearing in a nearby club should take full advantage of the opportunity to get out to said club to see perform and to meet her in person. I'm sure they will enjoy the experience. They will learn first hand just how friendly and sweet Ann Marie can be.
And if there are any club owners and/or managers reading this, they would do well to book Ann Marie to feature in their clubs as soon as possible.
The last time I wrote about Ann Marie, I reported that I couldn't find an official website for her. Well, either I was blind at that time, or the site was down for some reason or other. The good news is that the site is back and running. So good people, go check my sweet friend out at: AnnMarieRios.com
Saturday evening, August 20Th, I went to the City of Industry Spearmint Rhino Gentlemen's Club to attend the invitation only VIP Customer Appreciation Party and to observe Sunny Leone's first show, say hello, and get a hug.
For the show that I saw, Sunny wore a short-sleeved black and gold top and gold bikini panties. She also wore a gold garter around her left thigh. Under her top, Sunny wore a black and gold bra, and beneath her panties, she wore a gold G-string. Her footwear was a pair of mid-thigh length black boots with spiked heels.
During the show, Sunny's interaction with a few randomly selected tip rail patrons was quite good.
Sunny ended the show with a hot candle wax bit, then tossed out a few 8X10s and one of her DVDs.
Sunny performed this show to, "It's So Easy," by Guns N' Roses, "Back in Black," by AC/DC, "Bad Medicine," by Bon Jovi, and, "Cry Little Sister," from the soundtrack of the movie, "The Lost Boys."
The extremely beautiful Sunny's measurements are 34C-24-34, she weighs one hundred ten pounds, she is five feet four inches tall, and she has somewhat long black hair and brown eyes.
Sunny is a very intelligent, friendly, quite well spoken lady with a quick smile. And as if all of this weren't enough, she thoroughly enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans.
Sunny has become a very good feature dancer with experience gained; therefore, should anybody learn that she will be appearing in a local club, they should most definitely not allow the opportunity to go see her perform and to meet her in person slip past them.
I think by now that Sunny is in great enough demand as a feature act that I should not have to tell club owners and managers that they should book her. I think they already ready know what they should do.
Sunny can be found at: SunnyLeone.com
Okay folks, that will do it for now. Tomorrow morning I'll be heading up to Las Vegas, Nevada, to cover the Exotic Dancer Gentlemen's Club Owners Expo. So my next couple of articles will be once a year deals that should prove interesting. Let's all meet back here the next time to see how things went in Vegas. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,