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Club Bulletin May 2015 27 www.ExoticDancer.com T hey came to Los Angeles from across the U.S. and Canada to compete in the nation's top, invitation-only showgirl competition. Hosted for the second straight year by Dames n' Games, a Spearmint Rhino club, the Annual EXOTIC DANCER Invitational (EDI) West was held March 9-11 and showcased 13 competitors in three divisions—Newcomer, Showgirl and Champion. At the end of the event, three competitors rose to the top: Angel Beau was crowned Newcomer Division Winner, Angela Sommers was honored with the Showgirl Division title, while Canadian sensation Justice won a hotly contested Champion Division that featured one amazing performance after another. "I didn't think I was going to win—I'm the Canadian underdog—but when they called my name as the winner, I thought, 'this isn't real!'" says Justice. "I feel really honored and blessed. The U.S. girls, and the industry here, have welcomed me with open arms. I love representing my country, showing what we can do!" Angel Beau shocked the crowd during Monday evening's Newcomer Division competition, as she enhanced her dancing skills by walking on machetes—you read that correctly, machetes—and pushing a nail into her nose, a performance which also garnered her the "Most Extreme Show" mini title. "The EDI competition was an amazing experience," says Angel. "I had never been in a competition before and was nervous beyond belief. Everyone was so nice and kind. All the girls had amazing routines. The whole event was so well organized and stress free (thanks Dave and Lexi, you are both amazing!). Winning the Newcomer title and 'Most Extreme Show' mini title was unexpected as the talent from all the showgirls was so high. I am honoured to be a winner of the EDIs and cant wait to compete in the EDIs next year in the Showgirl Division!" During Tuesday evening's Showgirl Division competition, the beautiful Angela Sommers seduced the crowd and the judges with her mesmerizing and graceful "mermaid" show. The winner of last year's EDI West's Newcomer Division and the winner of the ED's 2014 "Newcomer of the Year" Award clearly did not disappoint. "I didn't think I was going to win—I'm the Canadian underdog— but when they called my name as the winner, I thought, 'this isn't real! I feel really honored and blessed. The U.S. girls, and the industry here, have welcomed me with open arms. I love representing my country, showing what we can do!" — Justice AngelA SommerS juStice Angel beAu l-r: lAcey rAin, juStice & tAli De'mAr Phoenix PhireS tAli De'mAr reAgAn reilly Club Bulletin May 2015 27 www.ExoticDancer.com

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