KAYDEN KROSS TO DANCE IN NEW YORK!

Adam & Eve exclusive contract star Kayden Kross is taking a break from filming and promoting the Adam & Eve Pictures/Zero Tolerance blockbuster “Roller Dollz”… by feature dancing in New York!

Scheduled to appear on Saturday, November 1, at Nite Moves in Latham, NY, Kayden Kross will be a part of the Nite Moves Halloween extravaganza weekend.

“This is my third appearance at Nite Moves,” says Kayden Kross, “I am truly honored to be invited back so many times and for such a special occasion!”

The blonde, beautiful Penthouse Pet has long been a favorite on the dance circuit, but her schedule has been so filled with movie shoots and store signings lately, she hasn’t been able to regularly dance.

“Finally,” she says, “I get to come back to New York, dance and celebrate Halloween! I can’t think of a better way to spend the weekend!”

Kayden Kross‘s first show begins at 10 p.m. each night, and Nite Moves is located at 677 New Loudon Road (Rte 9), Latham, NY 12110.

Tempest Storm is her name and she’s the oldest stripper still actively performing in Las Vegas, NV. She makes appearances several times a year and doesn’t want to stop because she knows her fans will be too disappointed.

It seems as though her days as a stripper are numbered- each time she goes on to perform her set gets shorter and shorter and it’s not by choice. When she first started it would take her 4 numbers to get all of her clothes off and she would perform with only a bowa, no poll in site. Now a days, club djs are cutting her time down to just 7 minutes. That seems like a pretty decent time to get your clothes off, but I guess not at the pace of an 80 year old.

If she is old enough to have dated Elvis then I’m sure her ass and tits hit the floor and she needs to hang up the G-string already.

Source: CNN

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