MWA: 06-26-2024 Myles’ Weekend Adventures: The Showgirl Experience

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Myles Shaffer
Myles Shaffer

Bonjour mon amis!  Comment ca va?  Myles Shaffer here.  This article will be about one of Lexi Lamour’s events.  So, let us move on along and learn the details.

The Showgirl Experience

On Saturday night, April 6, 2024, it was a drive down to, where else, the Exposé Gentlemen’s Club, in San Diego, to observe Lexi Lamour’s, “The Showgirl Experience.”  (Lexi Lamour was there, of course.)

Pandora Moon

The first to go on the stage was Pandora Moon with her Purge Show.  During her performance, Pandora wore a full red on black face mask.  with the mask, Pandora wore a low cut black mini dress.  Beneath her dress, she wore one of the most unusual black bras I have ever see.  Next, Pandora wore a black assembly that consisted of a waistband with two straps that went down the front of her thighs and each of which connected to a band around the top of each of her legs.  Pandora also wore a pair of fishnet pantihose that went from her waist down to and around each of her feet.  To finish out her costume, Pandora wore a pair of black thong panties.  As for footwear, there was none.  Pandora performed her entire show with her bare feet.

At one point in her performance, Pandora danced with two torches.  And, Pandora finished her performance by smearing much of her lovely body with a blood red liquid.

Unfortunately, I cannot say what songs Pandora danced to during her time on the stage.  While I tried to Shazam her music, Shazam did not recognize any of her songs, and I never got a chance to ask her about them.

Vampiress

Vampiress was the second to go onto the stage with what I believe she told me was her Bloodlust Show, if I remember correctly.  (While double checking my spelling of vampiress online recently, I learned something new.  Thanks to Hollywood and the many vampire movies it has created over many decades, I have always thought that a vampire was any member of the undead bloodsucking community, but that was wrong.  Thanks to what I recently read on the Internet; I now know that a vampire is a male member of the undead, and a vampiress is a female member of the undead.  [If vampiresses were real, and one of them tried to attack me, I would tell her, forget about my neck, I have a better idea!])

Now then, getting back to Vampiress’ performance, she came onto the stage wearing a very sexy black costume.  To begin with, she wore an item that I will call a bra, because I don’t know what else to call it.  The item consisted of two breast cups, of course, a series of straps, and an inverted triangular piece that reached down to her waistband item.  However, I do not believe the triangular piece was attached to her waistband.  And the triangular piece had what appeared to be a metal plate attached to it.  All of the items I have mentioned so far appeared to be made of leather or something than looked like leather.  Next, Vampiress wore a large waistband that had two sheer floor-length pieces of material hanging from it, one in the front and one in the back.  The waistband item also had two gold-colored chains attached to it.  Vampiress additionally wore a G-string.  Oh yes, she also wore a pair of slightly above elbow length gloves that had torches attached to the fingers.  (Vampiress later ignited the torches and performed with them, of course.)  Like Pandora, Vampiress performed her show with her bare feet.

At one point during her show, Vampiress did some good pole work while playing with a large chain with a hook at one end.  After that, she did a second fire show with two handheld torches.  (At one point in the show, Vampiress lit both sides of her posterior on fire momentarily.)  To end her performance, Vampiress practically covered herself with a liquid that had the color and consistency of blood.

Vampiress performed her show to, “Bloodlust,” by whom I can’t say, and, “In This Moment,” by Marilyn Manson.  (I think there may have been a third song, but if so, I am at a complete loss as to what it may have been.)

Hye Calibre

The last of Lexi’s, “Students,” to take the stage was Hye Calibre who performed what I will call her Fire Fighter Show.

For her performance, Hye wore a fire fighter’s jacket.  (I think she started the show also wearing a fire fighter’s helmet, but I don’t remember for certain.  [If she did wear a helmet, she had to have taken it off before I could get a photo of her wearing it]).  Beneath her jacket, Hye wore a sleeveless red top with a vertical zipper that went up the front between her breasts.  (I think I may have somewhat envied that zipper!)  The top also had some vertical lacing on each side.  Hye also wore a pair of red fishnet hose that went from around her waist down to and around her feet.  She additionally wore a red garter belt.  Hye next wore a red G-string.  For footwear, Hye wore a pair of clear shoes that were held on with clear ankle straps and over the toe straps.  The shoes were completed with long platform soles and stiletto heels.  The soles alone were about four inches high, and the heels were at least five inches high.

During her show, Hye performed with two items that had five flames each.  Later in the show, she danced with a rod that was about five to six feet long and had a torch on each end.

Hye performed her show to, “The Fireman,” by George Strait, “Fireman & Dancer,” by Royal Republic, “Burning Down The House (Rhythm Scholar & Apollo Zero Remix),” by Talking Heads, and, “House Fire,” by Tyler Childers.

Bambi Wilde

The evening was topped off by none other than the award-winning Bambi Wilde doing a guest performance.

Bambi performed what I believe she might call a Viking Show based upon the appearance of her beautiful costume.

Bambi’s costume was basically white.  She wore a head piece that appeared to be made of feathers among other things.  Next, Bambi wore what I am going to call the largest bra I may have ever seen.  She also wore a band on each of her arms that went from her wrists up to her elbows.  Bambi next wore what I believe was an elaborately decorated mini-skirt that had a very light gold colored, floor-length, piece of material hanging down in the front.  There was an identical piece of material hanging from the back.  Bambi additionally wore a pair of items on her legs that were similar to what she wore on her arms.  These items went from her ankles up to her knees.  Bambi finished out her costume with a pair of high-topped, silver, high-heeled boots.  (There were a lot more details to Bambi’s costume.  So, if anybody is curious enough, just take a good look at my photo of Bambi.)

Bambi ended her performance by bathing herself on the stage.

Bambi performed her show to, “Immigrant Song,” by Led Zeppelin, “Legendary,” by Skillet, “Feel Invincible (Blastforever Remix),” also by Skillet, “Feel Invincible,” again by Skillet, and, “A Warrior’s Call,” by Volbeat.  Actually, I failed to Shazam Bambi’s first song.  I did ask her about it after the show had ended, but I cannot read what I wrote down.  Hey people, sometime try to ask a question and write down the answer while walking through a dimly lit club, tripping once, bumping into a show case once, and being constantly bumped into by people who don’t know how to watch were they are walking! 

Pandora, Vampiress, Hye, and Bambi are all very good performers, plus they are all very nice and fun to speak with; therefore, it is highly recommended that if any of the readers might get an opportunity to see any of them perform and to meet them in person, they should not allow said opportunity to slip pass them.  It should prove to be a very entertaining and enjoyable experience.

Pandora Moon can be found at instagram.com/morepandaamoonium/, Pandora Moon (@pandaamoonium) TikTok, X formerly known as Twitter, and Only Fans.

Vampiress can be seen at instagram/miss.vampiress.vamp/ and on Facebook.

Hye Calibre can be located on instagram.com/hyecalibre/ Facebook.com, and Youtube.com.

And last but certainly not least, Bambi Wilde is on Youtube.com, and instagram.com.  At least that is all I could find at this time.

By the way, if anybody happens to get an opportunity to see Bambi perform in their area, do not pass up the opportunity.  Bambi is planning to retire by the end of this year!

Okay folks, that will just about do it for now.  Why don’t we all meet back here the next time and continue to discuss gorgeous women and fun events?  Until then, everybody please take care, stay safe, have a great week, and live life as if there were no tomorrow!

Bonsoir et au revoir,
Myles Shaffer