News Segment


February 17, 2005

LAS VEGAS–Coming straight from Sin City, Hard Rock’s most infamous front-man, Vince Neil of the recently reunited Motley Crue, brings together the hottest girls and sexiest exotic dancers in the world to the privacy of your own home with the release of his “Girls Girls Girls Volume I” DVD, featuring the first of a series of titillating searches for the “Sexiest Stripper in the World.”

Vince Neil may have recently tied the knot, but from the looks of it, his wild world filled with “Girls Girls Girls” is far from over. Shot on location in Las Vegas, the stripper capital of the world, this highly publicized annual sexy dance contest captured on video as “Girls Girls Girls Volume I,” showcases the finest exotic dancers as they compete in categories such as “best strip tease” and “best lap dance” for the title of “Sexiest Stripper” and a $25,000 cash prize.

Hosted by Vince Neil and his gorgeous co-host Tiffany Granath of Playboy’s “Night Calls,” “Girls Girls Girls” has gained a reputation as being the “American Idol for Strippers,” thanks in part to the panel of celebrity judges: George Maloof, owner of the Palms Casino and Resort, Marques Anderson of the Green Bay Packers, and the beautiful Julie McCullough, Playboy Playmate and Actress.

But unlike “American Idol,” the judges of “Girls Girls Girls” have a lot more to cheer about!

Bright lights, big celebrities, sexy girls, screaming fans, and dirty dancing make “Girls Girls Girls Volume I” the next best thing to sitting on stage receiving a surprise lap dance!

This DVD is the first project from Vince Neil’s “Girls Girls Girls” line. There are plans for a second “Sexiest Stripper” Contest, which will be available as “Girls Girls Girls Volume II,” as well as several spin-off projects in development, geared toward the “upscale burlesque” market (think Pussycat Dolls with a dynamic rock and roll edge).

From “The Surreal Life” to “The Remaking of Vince Neil” on VH1 to going back on tour with Tommy Lee and the other party boys of Motley Crue, Vince Neil is making quite a comeback from his five-year heavy-metal hiatus, and “Girls Girls Girls” is just the project to put him back in the saddle as a rock and roll icon that remains a vital and adventurous creative force.

Vince Neil is kick-starting more than his career — he is introducing a whole new genre of entertainment to the world with the debut of his scintillating “Girls Girls Girls” line, beginning with the release of the DVD must-have guilty pleasure of 2005, “Girls Girls Girls Volume I.”

The video can be ordered in both DVD and VHS format directly from the website, for $19.95 not including shipping and handling.

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