August 09, 2019 07:50pm
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Myles Shaffer
Myles' Weekend Adventures: Janine Jericho
Bonjour mon amis! Comment ca va? Myles Shaffer here. This column will be about only one feature entertainer; however, she is one of the most talented showgirl features around today. So, please read on and learn about the details.
But first, I would like to mention the fact that the 2019 Exotic Dancer Gentlemen's Club Owners Expo will be taking place at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, in Las Vegas, Nevada, Sunday, August 11 through Wednesday, August 14.
Not only is the Expo a great, well run, well organized and fun convention, it is the only one in America, if not the world, to the best of my knowledge, that centers around the gentlemen’s club industry, the exotic house dancers, and exotic feature entertainers.
Let us now move on to discussing our one beautiful feature dancer.
Saturday, August 3, I drove down to San Diego’s Expose Gentlemen’s Club to spend some time with Janine Jericho and to observe all three of her shows that night.
For her first show during this evening, Janine wore an all-black costume starting with a long cape and a pair of armbands that went from the middle of her hands up to her elbows. Silver chains hung from the armbands. Next, Janine wore a one-piece item with a neck strap. This item had a black on gold, “Batman,” emblem across the breasts area. Janine also wore a garter belt with another black on gold, “Batman,” emblem across the front. She also wore a pair of bikini panties that had the word BAM across the back. Beneath her bikini panties, Janine wore a pair of thong panties. Her footwear was a pair of almost mid-thigh-length boots with stiletto heels.
This performance was ended with a fire show.
Janine performed her first show of the evening to, “Utopia,” by Bang La Decks, “Save The World (Knife Party Remix),” by Swedish House Mafia, “Dear New York (Original Mix),” by Firebeatz and Schella, “Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This), by Eurythmics, (I think this was part of a number that was by some rapper. The number started off perfectly normal, then it started repeating the same couple of words over and over many times like a stuck record. That was suddenly followed by rap.) “Tsunami (Jump),” by DVBBS & Borgeous featuring Tinie Tempah, and, “The Middle,” by Zedd, Maren Morris, and Grey.
At the start of her second performance, Janine wore a black and gold, “Bumblebee,” costume that was too elaborate and had too many different pieces to describe much less list. Part of this costume was a full head mask. Janine also wore a black corset with a neck strap. She also wore a black garter belt and a pair of black G-string-like thong panties. Her footwear for this performance appeared to be the same boots that she had worn during her first show of the evening.
During part of this show, Janine performed with two fans that had red, yellow, green, and purple LED lights. She also performed with a pink whip-like apparatus that also had tiny LED lights.
For her second performance on this night, Janine danced to, “It’s Not Unusual,” by Tom Jones, “I Can Transform Ya,” by Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne and Swizz Beats, “Kill Everybody,” by Skrillex, “First Of The Year (Equinox), also by Skrillex, “Something In Your Mouth,” by Nickelback, and, “Party Rock Anthem,” by LMFAO featuring Lauren Bennett and Goonrock.
Janine's final performance of this booking was her, “Pirate Show.” She carried a small plastic cutlass and wore a blue pirate hat with white trim. Next, she wore a blue and black mini-dress with white trim. Beneath her mini-dress, Janine wore a blue and black bra and garter belt. She also wore a pair of G-string-like thong panties. Once again, Janine’s footwear appeared the be the same pair of boots, and that was alright. The boots worked perfectly with all three costumes.
During part of this show, Janine performed with two fans that were made with long, somewhat wide, pieces of blue and white material. She also performed with her pink LED lighted whip once again.
Janine’s final show of this booking was performed to, “Commander,” by Kelly Rowland featuring David Guetta, “Rock The Boat,” by Bob Sinclar featuring Pitbull, Dragonfly, and Fatman Scoop, “Tsunami,” by DVBBS, and, “Cake By The Ocean,” by DNCE.
Janine has blonde hair and blue-green eyes. Whether her eyes are blue or green depends upon what she might be wearing at the moment. She is five feet four inches tall, weighs one hundred twenty-five pounds, and her great-looking measurements are 34DD-25-34 and one-half inches.
Having known Janine for a few years now, I can safely say that she is an intelligent and extremely friendly lady. She is quite well spoken and can hold a conversation with just about anybody. And, she truly enjoys meeting and speaking with her fans.
Janine is one of the best showgirl feature entertainers touring America and her native Canada at this moment in time. Therefore, it is highly recommended that nobody should ever miss out on an opportunity to see her perform and to meet her in person should said opportunity arise. I do believe that they would enjoy the experience.
Janine can be visited at janinejericho.com She is also to be found on Facebook, Twitter, and other sites on the Internet.
That will just about do it for now folks. We should all meet back here the next time and continue to discuss beautiful women and fun times and events. Until then, everybody should stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!
Bonsoir et au revoir,