Article Title:And Miss Fountain City is... Sister Sledge!
Category:Events
Author or Credit:Miss Gloriousole
Published on:15th June 2005 - 12:00 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:777
Text:Miss Fountain City winner Sister Sledge Miss Fountain City 2005 results and report Winner: Sister Sledge Runner up: Hamilton's Coco Chanel Host: Miss Fountain City 2004 Ms Maia Klunt Guest Artists: Miss Gloriousole, Princess Beverly, Ivanna Faak. Miss Gloriousole reports: Some 500 enthusiastic party goers turned up to the Next Door Bar for the Miss Fountain City Pageant. This annual event is the focus of Hamilton and sees the Waikato gay community trying to shake off the winter blues. Highlights of the night were Sister Sledge, in her Bossy persona, winning the competition with the help of two handsome men who added a delicious sexual component to her routine. Long time Next Door Bar performer Miss Lauretta Young gave a spirited performance but was not placed, which is sad as she is the best team player in the province. Guest performances included Princess Beverly's Diamond Spectacular, Miss Ivanna Faak's Carwash and the vocal styling of the evening's host Ms Maia Klunt added to an already star studded evening. I myself performed a poi dance, sadly showing that I'm more of a national disaster than national treasure in that department. Miss Gloriousole - 15th June 2005    
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