April 10, 2019 10:27pm
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Bellzora
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This article will be about only one showgirl feature entertainer, but I wouldn’t have missed seeing her for the world. Hopefully, all the readers will now be curious enough to read on and learn the details. If so, let us proceed without any further delay.
Friday, March 29, I drove down to San Diego to spend some time with the beautiful and very talented Bellzora and to observe both of her shows of the evening at the Expose Gentlemen’s Club.
For her first time on stage this night, Bellzora performed her calypso show. She started the show dancing with a pair of large red feather fans. Following that, she performed with a long pink ribbon. On her lovely head, she wore a pink fruit basket hat with white trim. She also wore a long red boa around her neck. Next, Bellzora wore a long calypso-style dress of course. The upper portion of the dress was pink. The bottom portion consisted of red, green (Or was it yellow?), and purple tiers of fluffy material. Beneath the dress, Bellzora wore a red bra, and she also wore a pair of red thong-like bikini bottoms with gold chains. Her footwear was a pair of white high-heeled shoes that were covered with tiny rhinestones. (Shortly after this show started, Bellzora stepped out of her shoes and performed the rest of the show with bare feet.)
To end this show, Bellzora poured water over her body and then went around the tip rail allowing the customers to stick money to her body.
Bellzora performed her first show of the evening to, “Tu Sonrisa,” by Elvis Crespo, “Donde Esta Tu Amor,” by Son By 4, “Si Una Vez (If I Once),” by Play-N-Skillz, “Despactio,” by Lus Fonsi, and, “La Tortura,” by Shakira.
During her last performance of the evening, Bellzora wore a black visor on her pretty head. She also wore a pair of black gloves. Bellzora next wore a long, shiny, long-sleeved black dress. Under her dress, she wore a black and silver corselet. Bellzora also wore a pair of black leather short-shorts beneath her dress. The shorts had a series of black straps and gold chains that went around her beautiful breasts and her tight waist. Bellzora additionally wore a black garter on her right thigh. Her footwear was a pair of black boots that had stiletto heels, low platform soles, and were laced up their fronts.
At the end of this show, Bellzora entertained the customers with a fire show. At various points in time, this portion of the show consisted of a bowl of fire, a five-point candelabra, and a flaming sword. In regard to the candelabra, Bellzora eventually put the candles out with her mouth.
During her final show of the evening, Bellzora performed to, “Christian Woman,” by Type O Negative, “Take Me To Church,” by Hozier, “Cry Little Sister (Theme From, “Lost Boys”) by Gerard McMann, “Down With The Sickness,” by Disturbed, and, “Change (In The House Of Flies),” by Deftones.
At the end of her shows during this night, Bellzora tossed out 8X10 posters of herself to, “The loudest customers.”
For anybody that pays attention and thinks about what they are seeing, many of Bellzora’a performances will tell a story.
Bellzora has brown hair and hazel eyes. She is five feet three inches tall, weighs one hundred twelve pounds, and her beautiful body measures 32D-24-38.
In the time that I have known Bellzora, she has proven to be extremely friendly, intelligent, and fluently well-spoken in both English and Spanish. She additionally enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
I do highly recommend that anybody who might get an opportunity to go out to a club to watch Bellzora perform and to meet her in person should not allow said opportunity to sneak past them. She is one of the best feature dancers in the business today and is an absolute must see.
Bellzora was born in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, to a Mexican mother and a Caucasian American father. Because of that, she automatically has dual citizenship and can come and go as she pleases in both America and Mexico.
I have been told that Bellzora is a descendent of President George Washington through her father.
Bellzora can be found at Bellzora.com
That is a wrap good people. Let us all meet back here the next time and continue to discuss fun times and gorgeous women. Until then, everybody should stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,