March 27, 2019 03:32pm
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Stacia Dianna, Roxie D'lite
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about two of the best showgirl feature entertainers touring the country at this time. Now hopefully the readers will be curious enough to read on and learn all the details. So, let us get started without any further delay.
Friday night, March 8, I drove down to the Expose Gentlemen’s Club, in San Diego, to spend a little time with Stacia Dianna and to observe all three of her shows of the evening.
For her first show, Stacia wore a black full head mask with silver chains encrusted with rhinestones on the facial area. Next, she wore a cape-like coat made with almost sheer black material. Stacia also wore a black bra. On the breast cups of the bra were several small gold medallions from which hung gold chains. Stacia additionally wore a black G-string-like thong. Beneath the thong, she wore a black G-string. Stacia’s footwear was a pair of black fuzzy Pleaser Shoes. (Almost as soon as Stacia had walked onto the stage, she removed her shoes and performed bare-footed.)
At the end of this show, Stacia went around the tip rail allowing some of the customers to attach dollar bills to her body with real clothespins.
Stacia performed this show to, “Seven Nation Army,” by The White Stripes, “Human,’ by Rag’n’Bone Man, and, “Paint It Black,” by Ciara.
At the start of her second show, Stacia wore a red headpiece with two horns. She also wore a red eye mask covered with sequins, I think. Around her lovely neck hung a red boa. Stacia next wore a pair of red gloves that went up almost to her shoulders. She next wore a red bra and a corset both of which were covered with sequins. The corset also had silver chains encrusted with small rhinestones hanging down from its bottom hem. Stacia additionally wore a pair of black short-shorts that were covered with tiny sequins. Beneath her shorts, Stacia wore a red G-string-like thong with a detachable tail. Her footwear was a pair of red boots with spike heels and platform soles of moderate height. (Once again, Stacia removed her footwear fairly early in this show and finished dancing bare-footed.)
Near the end of this show, Stacia fired off a single confetti canon.
During this show, Stacia performed to, “Horns,” by Bryce Fox, “Raise Hell,” by Dorothy, “Fire,” by Barns Courtney, and, “Play With Fire,” by Sam Tinnesz featuring Yacht Money.
For her final performance of the evening, Stacia wore a red riding hood cape that was covered with red sequins and was trimmed with lacy white material. Under her hood, She wore a sequin covered red beret-like cap. She also wore a pair of long fluffy white sleeves, nothing else, just the sleeves. Stacia next wore a red bra and mini-skirt. Both the bra and mini-skirt were covered with red sequins. The mini-skirt also had a black sequined waistband and was trimmed around the bottom hem with the same lacy white material as her cape. Beneath her mini-skirt, Stacia wore a red crinoline petticoat, and under the petticoat she wore a red G-string-like thong. Stacia’s footwear for this performance was a pair of black boots with an identical red design on their fronts. The boots also had stiletto heels and platform soles of moderate height. Both the heels and the platforms were a bright red in color.
For this last performance of the evening, Stacia danced to, “Little Red Riding Hood,” by Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs, “Wolves,” by Selena Gomez & Marshmello, and, “Big Bad Wolf,” by In This Moment.
Stacia has somewhat long black hair. Her eyes are blue or green depending upon her mood and/or the clothes she is wearing at the moment. She is five feet three inches tall and weighs one hundred fifteen pounds. In regard to the measurements of her delicious looking body, her bust is 32B. As for her waist and hip measurements, she really didn’t know, because she has lost some weigh recently, and I didn’t have a tape measure with me. (I have a hunch that many of the feature dancers out there, even some of the ones that know me personally, would think that I was really weird if I were to pull a tape measure out of my pocket and asked if I could measure them on the spot. I’m sure it might be a different story if I were a dress-maker, but I’m not.)
Having known Stacia for almost two years now, I can truthfully say that she is a friendly, intelligent, and well-spoken young woman. It is also my belief that she has a good sense of humor and enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
Stacia is a very good showgirl performer. She is forever creating new costumes and new shows to perform in said costumes. So yes, I do recommend that anybody who might get an opportunity to go out to a club to see Stacia perform and to meet her in person should take full advantage of the opportunity without fail.
Unfortunately, I keep on forgetting to ask Stacia whether or not she might have an official website, and I can’t seem to find one. So, I recommend that the readers do an Internet search for Stacia Dianna. She is all over the Internet including some of the top social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Saturday night, March 9, I drove down to Expose once again to speak with Stacia Dianna for a few minutes. I then drove on down to Little Darlings, in Lemon Grove, to see if Roxie D'lite would remember me, to spend a little time chatting with her, and to observe both of her shows of the evening.
During her first show, Roxie wore bands made with purple feathers on her upper arms. She next wore a red bra that was decorated with tiny sequins. She also wore a one-piece item that consisted of a series of straps that encircled much of her torso without really hiding any part of her. Attached to one of the straps that crossed Roxie’s beautiful posterior was a group of purple feathers that hung down almost to the floor. Roxie next wore a red G-string-like thong that, like her bra, was decorated with tiny sequins. Roxie’s footwear for this show was a pair of clear shoes with spike heels.
During one portion of this show, Roxie did a fan dance with a pair of very large purple feather fans.
Roxie performed this show to, “Pink Pussycat (Kitten Deville’s Theme),” by The Del Reys, “Samba (Roger Sanchez Darkstar Mix),” by Faze Action, “Sacred Dance,” by Electric Mood, and, “Would You.?,” by Touch & Go.
For her final show, Roxie came onto the stage with a long, thick, white boa around her lovely neck. She also wore a very short beige mini-dress-like item. (This item was decorated with small sequins.) Beneath her dress item, Roxie wore a beige G-string-like thong that had three straps around each of her hips. For footwear, Roxie wore a pair of silver shoes with stiletto heels and ankle straps.
For this show, Roxie performed to, “Human,” by Goldfrapp, “Train,” also by Goldfrapp, “Feed Us,” by Several Definitions featuring LaMeduza, and, “Would You.?,” by Touch & Go.
At least during this evening, Roxie’s interaction with the tip rail customers consisted of speaking and flirting with many of them. And, she was quite charming in the process.
Roxie has black hair and brown eyes. She is five feet four- and one-half inches tall and weighs around one hundred twenty pounds. Last but certainly not least, Roxie’s beautiful body measures 36DD-26-36.
It is my opinion that Roxie is quite friendly, smart, and a good conversationalist. I also believe that she thoroughly enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
Roxie’s shows are what most, including myself, would call modern burlesque that is heavily influenced by the famous burlesque queens of yesteryear
I do highly recommend that nobody should ever pass up an opportunity to see Roxie perform and to meet her in person. She is an excellent performer, and her shows are thoroughly enjoyable.
I can’t believe that I forgot to ask Roxie whether or not she had an official website. That is two ladies in a row, and in the same weekend, that I forgot to ask. Anyway, I did a search and found roxidlite.com and it certainly looks like the same woman in the photos. Plus, there is a lot of other places she can be found on the Internet.
I wish I had Roxie’s phone number. I would like to be able to clear up a couple of things with her help. I was under the impression that she spells her stage name Roxie D’lite. However, when searching for an official website, I have seen photos, etc., regarding her that are labeled Roxie D’lite, Roxie D’Lite, Roxi D’lite, and Roxi D’Lite. I for one would like to know once and for all which spelling is the correct one. If I see her at the Owners Expo this coming August, and if I can remember to do so, I will ask her about the spelling.
That is a wrap good people. We should all return here the next time to see just exactly what I have been up to next. Until then, everybody stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,