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The Rock-itt : May 2010
Due to the popularity and participating interest in the event, a fourth heat was added to the competition. The Final, to be held on Thursday 29th, April will be a spectacular showcase of amazing pole dancing by all of the nine heat winners plus three special guest performers. This will be a night not to be missed and will be covered in the next edition of Rock-itt, with the winner of the event taking home a whole stack of prizes that are too numerous to mention. We arrived for the night of the final heat, and found an almost packed house to witness five competitors and two very special guest performances. The most interesting observation about the crowd was the fact that the women greatly outnumbered the men! First out was Elektra marching onto the stage in her 'jungle greens' military attire and thigh-length black boots putting a new meaning into 'boot camp action' whipping us all into shape with her powerful stretching and mastery of pole technique action (including a no-hands upside down spin on the pole) to the thundering sounds of Limp Bizkit's big hit Rollin'. Next out was Bunni looking like an angel from heaven, she graced the stage with her wings and effortlessly glided and flew around the pole with amazing athleticism to the music of Halo by Beyonce and Addicted by Saving Abel. Vilke, new to the art of pole dancing with only 10 lessons of experience, performed with natural talent and amazing fitness, pole dancing feats that can take years to master! We were next treated by the jangling swaying belly dancing and pole manoeuvring by Nicole who delighted the crowd with a mix of two worlds. Unbeknown to the crowd next was a guest performer by the name of Shimmy, who exploded onto By DaveTozer.com.au For more images of the event visit www.myspace.com/davetozerphotos