Exotic dance superstar Lacey Rain will be back in South Florida performing for three dates in October. The blond bombshell, who is also known as “The Hurricane,” will be back on the stage that she captured the crown at.
The Monroe’s Feature Tournament has become one of the most celebrated events on the national adult club scene, with dancers from all over the globe vying for the six top spots. When asked who has made the biggest impact on her career, Ms Rain, who started as a house girl in a small club in New Hampshire, attributes a lot of her success to this year’s Monroe’s Feature Tournament champion, Christina Aguchi.She says that “in 2011, Christina Aguchi walked into my club and changed my entire life. I had never seen anyone like her before, and to this very moment she is still, hands down, the best feature performer I have ever seen. I asked her politely if she would just watch me on stage one time, and told her that if she didn’t like what she saw that I would never bother her again. She was kind enough to do so, and after my performance she was on the phone with her agents, Frank and Dave of Continental and A-List Features, and within three days I had my first booking. I will never forget what she did for me that night, and to this day we are the best of friends, a fact for which I will be forever grateful.”Lacey Rain currently holds the title of 2014 Entertainer of The Year from last summer’s EDI Awards in Las Vegas. 2014 also saw her win Best Overall Show and Audience favorite at the first EDI East Coast Division Championship.Over the past two and a half years,Monroe’s of Palm Beach has turned the adult nightclub circuit upside down in South Florida
Our 4th Annual Feature Entertainer Tournament Aftermovie is here! Six of the sexiest superstars on the planet competed in a winner takes all competition for $5000 cash and the Christina Aguchi Award.
Congratulations to Simone Danalustrous for winning this year's competition!
The Vince Lombardy Trophy was named after the iconic coach who won the first two NFL championship games. Monroe’s of Palm Beach will be hosting their forth annual Feature Entertainer Tournament this Memorial Day weekend and like the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the club is naming it’s feature tournament crown after legendary feature entertainer Christina Aguchi, who won last year’s international competition.
Christina Aguchi is not only the current champion at Monroe’s, but while traveling the nation, she has become one of the club’s top ambassadors, letting the adult club world know that the hottest elite club in the country is in West Palm Beach, Florida.
The winner of several Entertainer of The Year awards, including last year’s ED magazine’s top award, Ms. Aguchi recently announced that she is retiring from the feature life. To honor her stellar career and her accomplishments as a feature entertainer, Monroe’s has decided to name their tournament’s top spot the Christina Aguchi Feature Tournament Crown.
Last year’s tournament saw entertainers from around the globe compete to earn $5,000.00 in cash and prizes. This year’s roster will include some of the biggest names in the industry all competing in what has become the number one feature tournament in the country.
Aguchi shocked the feature world last year when she took her $5,000 first place winnings from the Monroe’s tournament and shared it with the other five contestants.
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