June 22, 2004 12:00am
FOXE Awards & Seka Broast
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Steve Nelson
(INGLEWOOD, CA) -- Though the show was enjoyed by die-hard fans attending this year's event, the FOXE 13 Awards Show (Fans Of X-rated Entertainment) was not as well attended or as organized as those of the past. The highlights of the show were the Seka "Broast" (tribute) and award winners Lexington Steele and Mary Carey.
Tera Patrick was voted the Female Fan Favorite by the fans this year, but was conspicuously missing. She evidently had prior commitments in Downtown L.A. and in San Diego, and regrettably couldn't be in two places at once.
The show started off slowly and aside from the stars who were in attendance to liven things up the show got even slower as the night progressed. At one point the microphone was lost by those in charge to someone who was prone to babble. If it were not for the beauty, grace and poise of Teri Weigel the show may have fallen apart completely.
Summer Haze and Craig Valentine presented a glass scepter/dildo to Seka as she sat on a chair on stage very much resembling a throne. Summer and Craig have started a company and hand make glass toys, and came in from Florida with with the custom made scepter to present to Seka.
Lady Victoria Spencer had a crowd of fans around her for most of the night because of her delightful nasty nature and a predisposition for disrobing.
Seka was guest of honor, Teri Weigel was MC, Mary Carey received the FOXE Vixen award and Lexington Steele was voted favorite male performer. Others attending were Tina Toy, Summer Haze and Craig Valentine, Legend Lynn LeMay, Queeny Luv, Lisa Lennox, Zaccarra, Anita Cannibal, Emerald, Sasha BraBuster, Pandora Dreams, Lady Victoria Spencer, Pamela Peaks and Randy Detroit, Miss Charlie Latour, Bridgette Monroe, Jeannie Pepper, a radiant and very pregnant Lainey Baron, the "Succulence Girls" Savannah and Kaylani, Patty Plenty, Henri Pachard, Fred Lincoln, numerous male Talent, Industry Professionals and a plethora of media representatives. Many thanks to Bill Margold for conceiving FOXE.
FOXE 14 will be held on Sunday February 20, 2005 bringing the show full circle to where it was when first started by founder Bill Margold, on the Sunday before Presidents Day to take advantage of the long weekend.
A small number of people attended the after party at the Westchester Bar and Grill just down the street from The Mayflower Ballroom in Inglewood.