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Pandora has always been a performer. She grew up doing theatre and spent the ages of 12-21 doing competitive color guard. Having the ability to entertain is a gift she will always be grateful for. Pandora grew up in a small town in New Jersey and was at the bottom of the food chain, to say the least. She mostly kept to herself and was very shy, which is crazy given that she is filling out an interview to be published to some of the most outgoing and exciting people she has ever had the pleasure of working alongside. Pandora is so grateful every day to have been given the opportunities set before her and is excited to see what the future holds.

What You Love About the Industry: 

Where do I start? The inclusivity, diversity, creativity, passion… I could go on and on for ages. I love seeing what others bring to the stage and watching fellow performers lose themselves in shows. Seeing the individual spin that each showgirl tosses into each of their shows never ceases to blow my mind. These are some of the most inventive people I’ve ever met. Not to mention, I feel like I’ve been welcomed so warmly into this sort of sisterhood that’s going on.

10 Questions for Miss ExoticDancer.com

ED: What does it mean to be named Miss ExoticDancer.com of the Month?
Moon: To be given the title is such a “pinch me” moment. Upon entering the industry, I thought this was such a cool thing to see month to month and would always hope it would come to be my turn one day. Being named Miss ExoticDancer.com of the Month means that I’m being noticed and recognized and that people know I exist and that I’m coming in hard to prove my spot in the industry. It’s really an honor.

ED: How did you get in the industry?
Moon: I began dancing right after the pandemic after my last job didn’t end up working out. Due to capacity restrictions, the club in my area was one of the only places actively hiring so I said, why not? Less than a year in, I attended my first Expo (2021) and had NO idea what a feature entertainer was. After seeing the EDI finals and watching some absolutely breathtaking performances, I decided right there that this was what I wanted to do. So I went all in, pushed myself for a year straight, and 14 months later made my debut as a feature. The rest is history!

ED: Your favorite thing about the industry?
Moon: I was SO intimidated the first time I began to market myself to managers and introduce myself to showgirls. I love how welcome I’ve felt since beginning my journey. The people in this industry can be some of the kindest that you’ll ever meet; and those people will break you out of your shell and encourage your growth and success. To put it in short, my favorite thing is how accepting and welcoming everyone is, and how they can truly bring out the best out of you.

ED: If you could be a dancer for any movie star, who would you dance for?
Moon: Zac Efron. That would be the biggest full-circle moment for me considering I’ve been a fan girl of his since I was a kid. Honestly, I still kind of am. In my defense… the man aged like fine wine.

ED: Favorite stripper movie? Favorite movie in general?
Moon: Does Burlesque count? I could recite the movie backwards if you asked me to. My favorite non-stripper movie is tied between The Breakfast Club or A Clockwork Orange!

ED: How would you compare your entertainer self to yourself off-stage?
Moon: Off-stage, I keep to myself and stay at home 90% of the time. I like to stay in quiet and calm environments and enjoy alone time. I tend to be extremely introverted. As an entertainer, I have tons of energy and love to be the hype man at work. I’ve been known to give 150% onstage and smile at everyone, but as soon as I leave the room, I’m basically a fly on the wall.

ED: Your favorite body part of yourself?
Moon: My favorite body part is probably my boobs, honestly. I tattooed my nipples earlier this year and I’m still riding the wave of showing them off as often as I can. But with good reason, I mean… who else has moths for nipples?!

ED: What gets your motor purring?
Moon: The second someone says “good girl” to me I will absolutely melt and become absolutely non-functional. I don’t know what it is, but praise REALLY does it to me.

ED: What is your favorite saying?
Moon: ”Just because you peli-can doesn’t mean you peli-SHOULD.”

ED: Best and worst pick-up line?
Moon: Best: “Are you a taser? Because you’re absolutely stunning.”
Worst: “Are you my appendix? I don’t know who you are or what you do, but I feel like I should take you out.”

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