December 23, 2019 11:06pm
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Madison Morgan, Bambi Wilde
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about two lovely feature entertainers, an adult film star/feature and one showgirl feature. So, if the readers are now curious enough to read on and learn the details, we should get started without any further ado.
Friday night, December 20, I made the drive down to Little Darlings, in Lemon Grove, to meet Madison Morgan and to observe her first show of the evening.
During the one performance that I observed, Madison did a Santa Claus Show. To start with, she wore a red Santa Claus hat with the appropriate artificial white fur trim. She next wore a red string bikini bra that was also trimmed with more white fur. With the bra, she wore a red mini-skirt, and yes, the skirt was trimmed with even more white fur. Beneath her skirt, Madison wore a red G-string that had white strings. And, across the top of the crotch panel was a little bit more artificial white fur. Madison's footwear was a pair of high-topped black shoes. The shoes were open at the toes and at the heels and had stiletto heels and platform soles of a moderate height. They were also laced up their fronts.
Madison performed this show to, "Santa Baby," by Eartha Kit, "Please Me," by Cardi B. & Bruno Mars, "Fast," by Sueco The Child, "Killing in the Name," by Rage Against the Machine, and, "Girls," by Beastie Boys.
There is more about Madison to follow, so please continue reading.
After bidding Madison a good night, I raced to Expose Gentlemen's Club to say hello to New Zealand's Ultimate Entertainer, Bambi Wilde, and to observe her last two shows out of the three that she performed on this night. (Thank you New Zealand for allowing we Americans to borrow one of your greatest, most beautiful, and most awarded treasures!)
For her second performance, the first that I saw, Bambi did her Cowgirl Show. At the start of this show, she carried a white lasso and wore and all black costume. First, she wore a cowgirl hat. She next wore a pair of somewhat above elbow-length fingerless gloves with white fringe a couple of inches long along the outside. Bambi also wore a bra with some type of a design on the breast cups that appeared to be made with little rhinestones. Bambi also wore a pair of pants with long white fringe along the outside of her legs. The pants looked like a cross between chaps and pants. Under her pants, Bambi wore a G-string with tiny rhinestones on the crotch panel. For footwear, Bambi wore a pair of cowgirl boots.
At one point in this show, Bambi performed with a pair of cat-o-nine-tails type whips. The whips had a lot of different colored tiny LED lights in them.
Next up was a fire show with two torches. Each of the torches had a total of five flames.
Bambi committed some good interaction with most of the people seated at the tip rail.
Bambi performed this show to, "Guess Who's Back (Tribute to AC/DC," by Masterx, "Masters," by Memorial Motive, "Ultranumb," by Blue Stahli, " Shells," by Maurizio Ruggiero & Riven Benavi & Julian Velez, and, "Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boo)," by Shinedown.
To start her final performance of the night, Bambi wore a floor-length silver gown. Beneath the gown, she wore a silver corselet and a pair of white thong panties that were decorated with gold sequins. Under her corselet, Bambi wore a silver bra. The bra's straps were decorated with gold sequins, and the breast cups were decorated with silver sequins and/or rhinestones. Bambi's footwear was a pair of almost knee-high white high-heeled boots with platform soles of a moderate height.
Near the end of this performance, Bambi danced with two long red and yellow strips of material. She next performed with two long multi-colored LED lights on strings. Was that enough? No! Bambi next performed with her two whips with all the different colored LED lights attached. (They appeared to be the same whips that she had used during her second show, the first that I managed to see on this evening.)
to finish the show, Bambi performed with two single flame torches which, among other things, she rubbed the flames on her arms.
At one point during the show, Bambi did some good work on the brass pole.
During this show, Bambi performed to, "Main Title (Games Of Thrones)," by Ramon D. Jawadi, "Immigrant Song," by Trent Radnor & Atticus Ross featuring Karen O, "Until We Go Down," by Ruelle, "Thunderstruck," by AC/DC, "Scary Monsters And Nice Sprite," by Skrillex, "Come Together," by Gary Clark Jr. and Junkie XL, and, "King Of The World," by Porcelain And The Tramps.
Continue reading for more information about Bambi.
Madison Morgan, Again
Saturday night, December 21, I again drove down to the Lemon Grove Little Darlings to spend a little bit more time with Madison Morgan and to observe her first performance of this evening.
Madison started this evening off with the same Santa Claus Show as her first performance on Friday night and wearing the same costume with two exceptions. First, on this night she wore a completely red G-string with no artificial fur on it whatsoever. The second difference was that she wore a pair of black kneepads.
Near the end of this performance, Madison brought a house dancer onto the stage to play with. (I don't think any of the customers, staff, and other house dancers had a problem with watching the two ladies enjoying each other. I know that I certainly didn't.)
Madison performed this show to, "Santa Baby," by Eartha Kit, "Fast (Remix)," by Sueco The Child featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & Offset, "Killing In The Name," by Rage Against The Machine, and, "Girls," by Beastie Boys.
Madison committed some reasonably good interaction with a few randomly selected tip rail squatters during her performances.
Madison is a red haired, blue eyed, beauty who stands five feet two inches tall, weighs in at one hundred fifteen pounds, and her sexy-looking body measures 32DD-26-42.
I have found Madison to be intelligent, well-spoken, and very friendly. It would also appear that she truly enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
I do believe that Madison is worth a trip to a nearby club to see her perform and to meet her in person. I think the readers would enjoy the experience.
Madison can be seen at madisonmorgan.tv
Bambi Wilde Repeat
After leaving Little Darlings, I again raced to the San Diego Expose Gentlemen's Club to spend some more time with Bambi Wilde and to observe her second show of the evening. (Because I was already getting tired, and because I wanted to get home alive, I decided to not stay for Bambi's final show, and that was my loss. But, I am alive to see her again in the future.)
During the one performance that I observed, Bambi wore an all black costume. First, she wore a full helmet/face mask. There was a white design that appeared to be made with some type of glitter on the face area of the helmet/mask. Next, she wore a long sleeved top with a stylized white spider that also appeared to be made with some type of glitter on the chest. With her top, Bambi wore a pair of long pants. Bambi wore nothing under her top and beneath her pants, she wore a pair of G-string-like thong panties. On the crotch panel of the panties was a white design that appeared to be made with tiny rhinestones. Bambi's footwear was a pair of almost knee-high, high heeled, boots with six inch platform soles. (I do not know how women can walk in something like that. I ocassionally almost fall off of my cowboy boots, and my heels are only one and three quarter inches high.)
During her performance, Bambi did some good pole work. She then did a fire show with two five torch gizmos one for each hand. Bambi followed that by performing with two small torches including rubbing them on her arms. When she was finished, she put the flames out with her mouth as in fire eating.
Bambi finished this show by bathing with liquid soap and water.
When Bambi is on a stage performing, it seems that she includes every entertaining bit that she can think of in her show.
Bambi performed this show to, "Black Sabbath (Remix)," by War Pigs, "Faceless," by DNA Tru Lyricist, "Venom," by Eminem, "Venom (Trailer Music)," Production Music, "Blow," by Ed Sheeran, Chris Stapleton, & Bruno Mars, "Down With The Sickness," by Disturbed, "She's Kerosene," by The Interrupters, "Filthy Freaks," by Bones UK, and, "Bawitdaba, " by Kid Rock.
Bambi has blonde hair and green eyes. She is five feet nine inches tall, weighs one hundred fifty pounds, and her delightful measurements are 34DDD-26-36. Don't let the one hundred fifty pounds fool you. You must remember that Bambi is five feet nine inches tall, so she is going to be somewhat heavier than she would if she were four to seven inches shorter. I can assure the readers that Bambi is as fit as a fiddle. She has no excess body fat lurking about anywhere on her beautiful body.
In addition to being pretty, intelligent, and a good conversationalist, Bambi is extremely friendly. She also has an incredible memory for faces. And, as if that were not enough, she thoroughly enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
Bambi Wilde is one of the most entertaining showgirl features touring today!
If any of the readers might get an opportunity to see Bambi perform and to meet her in person, they should take full advantage of said opportunity. It should prove to be an enjoyable experience.
Bambi can be found at bambiwilde.com (This will take you directly to her Facebook Fan Page.), onlyfans.com/bambiwilde, and she is on Instagram.com.
Okay folks, that is a wrap. Let us all meet back here the next time and continue discussing gorgeous women and fun times. Until then, everybody please stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année,