January 17, 2006 12:00am
Gina Lynn Appears for Stern's Birthday
Source: BSG PR
by: Company Press Release
(NEW YORK, NY) -- Adult film star Gina Lynn made a special appearance at a surprise birthday party event for Howard Stern, held in New York City on Friday, January 13th. Gina's appearance was personally requested by the coordinators for this special event. To the delight of Howard, and those in attendance, the front of Gina Lynn's body was completely painted with tiger stripes, while her entire back was the face of a tiger.
Gina describes the unforgettable event. At the beginning of the evening, I met with Robin Quivers, who was incredibly nice and watched out for me throughout the night. She decided how she wanted my body painted, and after the artist completed his work, told me that I was to greet all the guests that were coming to the party. Some people were quite surprised to be met by a half-nude painted girl, but everyone seemed to enjoy the artwork and nudity."
Howard Stern's television crew filmed Gina from the time she was getting painted to the end of the night.
The event was a private party, with many of Howard Stern's family, close friends, and colleagues in attendance. Gina continues, "Once the party began to slow down, and people began to leave, we danced the night away, talked to Howard and his girlfriend Beth, and enjoyed the rest of this incredible evening. Howard seemed a lot shyer in person than his radio personality, but was very nice to all of us. I want to thank everyone for having me, and special thanks to Robin Quivers, for the invitation. This was such an honor."
Gina Lynn was also featured in the January 14th edition of the New York Times, in an article titled "Seeking True Marriage of sex and the Xbox Factor." the article goes into detail on her upcoming release, Virtual Blackjack with Gina Lynn. Gina was interviewed by the New York Times at this year's AVN Expo, in regards to her upcoming DVD release.
From the New York Times:
...Almost all sex-oriented games have just been straight-up pornography strung together with a veneer of interactivity. As far back as junior high school in the 80's, I can remember strip poker games for my Commodore computers that amounted to barely decipherable digital pictures of topless women with a few card-flipping animations thrown in. Twenty years later, the graphics and presentation are a lot better, but the idea is still mostly the same. For example, one of the highest-profile interactive products in Las Vegas last week was a DVD called Virtual Blackjack with Gina Lynn, due out this month. Evan Brimstone, the project's producer, said he worked for 18 months trying to shoehorn a playable blackjack system onto a DVD. As the player wins hands, Ms. Lynn performs various explicit scenes.
The challenge facing the industry is that for any video game to break through, it really has to deliver on the game part. Otherwise, the player might as well go straight for the hardcore stuff readily available all over the Internet.
Ms. Lynn seemed to perfectly grasp that the play, not the sex, is the thing.
"With a movie they don't have to work for it," she said, stepping away from an autograph session with fans. "But in the game you don't get to see anything unless you win. With a game they feel like they accomplished something and they win a prize, and the prize is me. They can watch any movie just to see sex. But with a game they get to feel like they've won, and hopefully that keeps them playing."
Check out DVDBlackjack.com for more information. For more on Gina Lynn, go to GinaLynn.com.
Born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico to Puerto Rican and Italian parents, Gina Lynn made her naked debut at an amateur night at Al's Diamond Cabaret. From her first-ever layout for Cheri magazine in 1997, to her mainstream role in the film Analyze that, Gina Lynn has made waves throughout the adult and mainstream industries. Gina's mainstream appeal skyrocketed when she answered a casting call to be a "Bada Bing" girl on the HBO smash "The Sopranos" and as a stripper on the hit NBC show, "Third Watch." Hip hop giant Eminem personally chose Gina as the main girl in his video for the chart-topper (and included on the DVD for his runaway hit 8 Mile), "Super Man," which was a huge story in the mainstream world and covered by such outlets like "Entertainment Tonight." Gina currently has a distribution deal through Exquisite for her company, Gina Lynn Productions, which kicked things off with her ongoing series, Top Notch Bitches. Gina has also signed a contract with Club magazine and their video division. At the 2005 AVN Awards, Gina won gonzo DVD of the year for Gina Lynn's Darkside, which was released through Jules Jordan Video for Evil Angel prior to her Club contract.
If you like to see more photos of Gina from the Howard Stern Birthday party, or for more information on Gina Lynn, please contact Brian Gross, BSG PR, 818-343-3673. email: Brian@BSGPR.com.