April 25, 2012 11:24am
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Prinzzess Felicity Jade - Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about a sexy adult film star/feature dancer with her two sisters thrown in for good measure. The sisters were most definitely an extra added bonus. Is anybody now curious? Good, then please read on and the discussion of beautiful women shall begin.
Prinzzess Felicity Jade
Saturday, April 14, I drove to Phoenix to hang out at the Hi-Liter Cocktail Lounge with Girlfriends Films contract star Prinzzess Felicity Jade and to observe all three of her shows for the evening.
For her first show, Prinzzess wore a green pirate hat that was decorated with pink lace trim and had a red ribbon on either side. With the hat, she wore a long-sleeved green frock coat that also had pink lace trim and a red ribbon attached at each wrist. Beneath her coat, Prinzzess wore a white bra that was decorated with a bunch of little red crosses on the breast cups. She additionally wore a very short pink crinoline petticoat. Under the crinoline petticoat, Prinzzess wore a white thong. For footwear, she wore a pair of knee-length white boots with stiletto heels and platform soles of moderate height. The boots had green cuffs tied with red ribbons at the tops of their shafts.
Once she was finished stripping, Prinzzess put dabs of whipped cream on her nipples, scrapped the whipped cream off with small cookies, then fed the cookies to the tip rail patrons.
Prinzzess performed this show to, "Rich Girl," by Gwen Stefani, "Hey Baby," by No Doubt, "Boom Boom Pow," by the Black Eyed Peas, and, "Peaches & Cream," by 112.
At the beginning of her second show, Prinzzess wore a black leather choker that resembled a bow tie of sorts. With the choker, she wore a pair of fingerless black leather gloves and a black leather band on her right arm. This armband was decorated with shiny metal studs and a small metal skull and crossbones. Prinzzess also wore a black leather midriff jacket. The jacket had suit-jacket-like lapels and was decorated with vertical lines of rhinestones. Under her jacket, she wore a black leather harness-like piece with a multitude of silver chains hanging from it in lieu of any type of a top or blouse. Next she wore a pair of black leather chaps-like pants. Beneath the chaps/pants. Prinzzess wore a pair of black leather panties. She additionally wore a black leather belt with four garter straps hanging from it. When Prinzzess' panties had been removed, a red G-string was revealed. To finish out this costume, Prinzzess wore a pair of knee-length black boots with stiletto heels. I'm not certain, but the boots appeared to possibly have been made of leather.
At one point in this show, Prinzzess' little sister joined her on stage. (Since the little sister does not have a stage name at this time, she shall remain nameless for privacy and safety's sake.) The little sister wore a small apron-like piece, a bra, and a G-string, all of which were basically red and black. Her footwear was a pair of sandal-like shoes with Stiletto heels. If I remember correctly, the shoes were red in color.
This show was performed to, "Dirrty," by Christina Aguilera, "S&M," by Rihanna, "Gimme More," by Britney Spears, and, "Maneater," by Nelly Furtado.
Prinzzess' last show of the evening was quite a treat, mainly because during approximately the first half of the show, her little sister as well as another sister, Cherokee Rose, performed with her.
To start this show, all three of the sisters wore army fatigues complete with fatigue caps, and they all wore camouflage boots with stiletto heels.
Under her fatigues, the little sister wore a white bra and G-string set.
Cherokee Rose wore a sheer black bra and panties set beneath her fatigues.
Beneath her fatigues, Prinzzess wore a blue top, under which she wore a white tank top. She also wore a camouflage bra and panties set, and beneath her panties, she wore a camouflage G-string.
Approximately half to two-thirds of the way through this show, the little sister and Cherokee Rose left the stage and Prinzzess finished the show solo.
Eventually, Prinzzess did a lotion bit that included a spray gun. Almost immediately, she came to me, handed me the spray gun, turned around and had me practically drench her gorgeous posterior with lotion. (Hell yes it was fun!) Once she was sufficiently covered in lotion, she went around the tip rail and allowed the customers to stick dollar bills to her.
During this show, Prinzzess performed to, "Soldiers," by Drowning Pool, "American Bad Ass," by Kid Rock, "Soldier," by Destiny's Child, and, "Peaches & Cream," by 112.
All three of Prinzzess' shows were ended with her tossing out 8X10's, posters, and a DVD to some lucky customers.
Prinzzess generally commits very good interaction with the denizens of the tip rail.
Prinzzess is a beautiful, very sexy-looking, woman who has long, curly, honey blonde hair and hazel eyes. She stands five feet five inches tall, and she weighs 110 pounds. Her measurements are a lovely 34B-25-35.
I have always known Prinzzess Felicity Jade to be a very friendly, intelligent, well spoken, caring woman with a great sense of humor. As if all of that weren't enough, she truly enjoys performing. She also thoroughly enjoys meeting and chatting with her fans between shows.
Given Prinzzess' performing capabilities and her great personality, there isn't a single good reason in this world for anybody to ever pass up an opportunity to go out to a nearby club to see her perform and to meet her in person. (I drove three hundred fifty plus miles one way to spend an evening with her, so the drive to a local club would be nothing!) Also, club owners and managers would be well advised to book her to feature in their clubs A.S.A.P.!
Prinzzess Felicity Jade can be found at: FelicityJade.com
And that good people is a wrap. Let's all meet back here the next time and enjoy the ongoing discussion of hot, gorgeous, women. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,