Thank you all for coming out last night in the rain to see April's Spring benefit show at the Elbo Room. My lady bug Cannibal act was spectacular and I got amazing comments, including, This was my favorite Candy Pie dance of all times, and I'm so glad after months of working together that I finally got to see you perform.
It was a fun night with many fantastic bunnies, boobies and babes! We had a photographer and silly jokes and band acts, too, by Fromagique.
I didn't get to perform my duet with Sindee Rose, however and I'll tell you why. Her act was fantastic, hot, sexy, stimulating, perfectly timed to Pour some sugar on me! Her heels were 5 inch silver sparkle stilettos and she moved and grooved on her sleek, black chair. She stood up a few times on it and even got a resounding applause after one fateful slip that caused a gasp from the audience. My sweet friend slipped, and caution to you all, she went hands first onto the ground and jumped back up just as quickly to a cheering and roaring audience, since the show must go on! We were so proud of her and amazed and pleased that she jumped back up!
But the story continues... her radius broke during her fall and thank god for insurance, hospitals, and an ortho-surgeon to set her arm. Her wrist was sprained and no one even knew, except she did. There was no official proof until the X-Ray, but I'm sure the hospital staff was delighted to have a gorgeous, sexy blonde walk through their doors around mid-night. Especially if she still had on her super hot pink pasties and sexy heels.
May her resounding continuance inspire us all to have a little bit of Sindee Rose in us. The show must always go on, broken bones or not. I'm so thankful it wasn't her ankle, back or nose! Thankfully bones grow back together and blood heals. Another thanks that she didn't do it before she went to Viva Las Vegas. She has such a story for her fans! Here's to a loving, healing process that makes her stronger, more beautiful and even more fabulous than before!