Four fellow porn stars make some music.
Published: October 8, 2013
Still, Jean and Labelle were able to go on the Howard Stern show together as Tight, naked no less, and win the shock-jock’s “XXX-Factor” talent competition. “We were lucky to get Layla to go to The Howard Stern Show with me, because all of these girls are scared to meet up,” Jean says. “When I met Layla, the one who got smacked by each girl at least once in the film, I didn’t mind her at all. I could probably get along just fine with all these girls. I deal with crazy girls all the time — I run a bachelor party service. It would be great if we could get this band together, but it’s almost like they gave up on promoting it.”
Jean will be promoting Tight herself at the Triple Xpo this weekend. She’s also working on new solo material, and has a single, “You Miss This Kiss,” ready to drop. She’ll be performing that song and more at the event, a celebration of all things “adult” in Detroit.
“There’s a lot of people around here who would do sex parties,” Jean says. “They’re just swingers who like to fuck. I know the adult industry; I’m the perfect candidate to put on a big party like this out here. I’ve got strippers, porn stars, the medical marijuana field, we’ve got smoke shops, tattoos, we’ve got musicians. It’s kind of like a melting pot for all things adult. If you’re an adult, you’re going to have a good time. Noir Leather is going to be there Saturday night to do one of their crazy fetish shows with the Detroit House of Pain. We’re going to have a rapper called Detroit Sekret. She’s hot and she’s got these hot backup singers. She’s just dirty, like Lil’ Kim. We have a lot of hip-hop performers. VJ Strokenfold and I will be performing together. He’ll be DJ-ing and doing visuals on a big screen, so we’re putting together a special show. I’ll be doing a burlesque show. We do ‘Hey Big Spender’ and stuff like that. I don’t go topless; I wear pasties. I don’t know why — I probably should just show my boobs.”
Kelley Jean performs at the Triple Xpo alongside all manner of adult performers and musicians on Oct. 11-12, at Bouzouki Gentleman’s Club, 432 E. Lafayette St., Detroit; 313-964-5744.
Brett Callwood is a staff writer for Metro Times. Send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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