Do you have to be skinny to pole dance?

Yeah, I did it last year. It was the first time I ever did it with friends. People always ask me, ‘Why should it be hard for you to do?’. I say this all the time, but it is.

How did you originally begin pole dancing?

It was in my mid-teens. I was in love with the dance. I was always doing them when I was younger. I’m like 16.

Is pole dancing your second love?

Definitely. I do it as my first passion because I love dancing. As for third, it depends on how the music comes. I definitely like the dance but I’m also very versatile, I can go from the dance to things like rap, which I love.

What’s your best experience in pole dancing?

I had my own dance a few years ago for a party where we did something called “Dance the Night Away”, and it was amazing. But it was a little bit too short because I felt my legs were in pain. Nowadays, I love doing pole for my fans, not for the party. That’s the main reason why I love being a pole dancer for a living. It’s important to give it a good go.

What should I do next? I want to go dancing!

Oh, you are going to go dancing? Oh I’d love to go dancing! Oh!

Thank you so much for your time tonight.

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