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Cherie DeVille Scores 2024 XBIZ Awards Nom

LOS ANGELES — Cherie DeVille has nabbed a 2024 XBIZ Award nomination for MILF Performer of the Year.

“Nine nominations for MILF Performer of the Year, baby,” said DeVille. “Who am I to argue with tradition? Let’s make it a nice, even ten next year, shall we? Seriously, thanks so much to XBIZ for thinking of me; it means so much to be considered for this award.”

The 2024 XBIZ Awards will recognize the best in the industry on Sunday, Jan. 21 at the historic Hollywood Palladium. In keeping with tradition, select award categories under Web & Technology, Pleasure Products and Retail will be presented at the two editions of the annual XBIZ Honors ceremonies.

Voting will begin Wednesday, Nov. 22; for the complete list of nominees, click here.

Follow Cherie DeVille on X.com.

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