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Lexi Bardot/Loretta Loren Interviewed

Porn Valley- Remember when KSEX had that experiment with its Friday night “420” program? And the show prep? Someone forgot to announce that 420 was back. Either that, or if there’s a KSEX award given out the end of the year for a runaway caboose moment, the top nominee would have to be the second hour of The Goddess of Gush Show last Thursday night.

Imagine five or six people all carrying on conversations at the same time, then you’ve got an idea of what it was like when Lexi Bardot [pictured top] and Loretta Loren of Exotic Star Models were on as guests. Before the interview became the evacuation of a Chinese laundry, Bardot mentioned that she was working for Tera Patrick that day.

“I just got my ass tapped today,” Bardot explained. “I worked for Teravision. It was good.” Asked if she worked with Evan Seinfeld, Bardot said it was Jenaveve Jolie who worked with Seinfeld.



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