Courtney Stodden Will Make Her Stripping Debut On Thanksgiving

Courtney Stodden Will Make Her Stripping Debut On Thanksgiving
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How are my fellow Americans planning on spending Thanksgiving this year? Probably eating with family, eating with friends, or eating by yourself, right? That’s fair.

But what about Thanksgiving Eve? Do you have any specific plans for that day? Personally, on Thanksgiving Eve I just usually do what I do every other day, except that night I plan my outfit and makeup and everything so that my family can remember to be proud of me that I didn’t get pregnant at 16 and that I’ve never stolen pills from my grandma, but this year I’ll probably do that while wishing so desperately that I was in L.A.

Courtney Stodden is going to make her stripping debut. But wait. She’s going to sing some songs, too. Think about that.
From E! Online:

What’s Courtney Stodden’s next move? Hint: It involves a stripper pole!

First and foremost, however, the 18-year-old is going to be making her live singing debut Nov. 21 at the Abbey in West Hollywood. Flanked by a pair of chiseled dancers, Doug Hutchison’s teen bride will perform her own original song, “Reality,” and yes, pole-dance.

“I’m super excited, it’s going to be such a fun night!” Stodden exclusively tells E! News. ”You can expect to see a whole lot of sexy—me singing live and super-hot backup dancers!”

“I wouldn’t say I’m nervous, but since it’s my first live performance, I’m feeling a tad anxious—but in a good way!” she said, adding that she’s very excited to meet her fans up close.

“Oh, my goodness, the Abbey is the biggest gay nightclub in the world!” Stodden gushed. “I love, adore and respect the gay community so much and can’t wait to meet everyone. I can’t think of anywhere else to spend Thanksgiving!”

And look for the aspiring artist to channel a range of famous entertainers, not all of them women.

“The singers who’ve influenced me the most are Nancy Sinatra, Marilyn Monroe, Michael Jackson, Rosemary Clooney, Lady Gaga, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera,” she tells us.

Ok, listen up, friends in L.A. Don’t you dare miss this show. A gift is being given to you, and it would be so rude of you to refuse it. Come on, you have the chance to see this bitch pole dance.

And I know, I know, the stripping wasn’t mentioned, but you can’t tell me I’m wrong for anticipating it. Like, if you’ll go, I can almost guarantee that you’ll see at least one of Courtney Stodden’s nipples. And you can’t tell me that that’s not worth it.

EvilBeetGossip | Elite.

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