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I'm continuing with the next eight from 'Dancing for the Boys' enjoy!:
James showed Tanya a door at the side of the stage that led to a large cupboard space. She was to wait in there until he introduced her then come out to perform her act as he had seen her do many times before.
“You have half an hour before we begin,” he said softly, “Now if you’ll excuse me I need to get changed.”
Tanya walked back across the stage to examine the pole, it was perfect. Clearly James had done his homework.
Satisfied, she headed for the small room and took several items from her bag. These were wipes designed to form a barrier on the pole to stop her sliding down when she didn’t want to and also a small tube of her favourite hand cream. This would stop her hands from sweating while she went through her moves.
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