October 23, 2000 02:32pm
Cassidey Goes to the Head of the Class with NYC's Top-Rated WNEW-FM Radio Show "Opie & Anthony"
Source: Vivid Video
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- At nineteen Cassidey is the youngest Vivid Girl from Vivid Video, yet on a recent visit to New York City she proved she has the poise to keep her cool in even the most outrageous situation.
Cassidey and the Rawkus Records hip hop group "The High & The Mighty," were the featured attractions at a packed late-night event held at New York City's ultimate digital playground, Club Fun. The party was sponsored by Ecko Unlimited, the hot urbanwear fashion company.
While hot scenes from her latest video "Diary of Desire" flashed onto the screenwalls and the flat screen monitors hanging from the ceilings, the diminutive, green-eyed beauty jumped on stage to add some sizzle to the performance by "The High & The Mighty." Cassidey was elated with the reception she got from the 400 guests at the event and she reports that the party was definitely a highlight of her trip to The Big Apple - which included a whirlwind tour of Manhattan island and sandwiched between meetings with the press. Most of the New York reporters asked her about her starring role in Enrique Iglesias' new music video based on his smash hit "Sad Eyes." She also got questions about her recent gig hosting "The Orgy Ball" for Warner Brothers, where she was given a microphone and a cameraman and asked to interview rock stars like members of The Orgy band and 'N Sync and celebs like Tommy Lee.
The most outrageous experience of her visit with top-rated WNEW-FM radio shock jocks "Opie & Anthony." She got to be an expert tutor on how to pleasure a woman as hundreds of thousands of listeners in the tri-state metropolitan area listened avidly. She gave very specific tips to "Gay Marco," a young gay who took a dare that he would do anything to get good tickets to an 'N Sync concert, as he performed on-air cunnilingus on a willing young lady named "Wendy." With Cassidey's help, "Gay Marco" enabled "Wendy" to reach the desired conclusion and he picked up the 'N Sync" tickets.
Cassidey said it will be hard to top this for fun, but she looks forward to a return trip to NYC to see what's next.
Brian Barry or Tasha Collins
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