Good Golly, are you Miss Dolly?
Little Miss Cinnamon stole the show at our first session for 2014. While we primped and primed, the Third Door Down was filled with more pink than you could shake your chest at. And more chest than you could shake your head at.
First time on the Sketchy’s stage, and our performer hit all the right notes. There was no impersonation here - we had a real diva on our hands. Our audience were left swooning and crooning and begging for more Dolly. Luckily, there was enough to go around.
Dolly introduces her scrumptious legs and our special sponsor for the night - Love Your Condom.
Our audience was set for a day at Dollywood.
And we had a chest heavy embellishment challenge to show us who was endowed with enthusiasm.
We’re fans of your work too, Dolly!
Our second performer - some called her Tawdry, others Jolene.
But it was Little Miss Cinnamon who rewrote ‘The Day I Fell in Love’
Though other Dolly Dames Dazzled too.
Throughout the night, our Sketchy girls had an important message to share.
And so did Dolly.
We took that to mean: save a horse, ride a Tawdry.
Our sponsors deserve their own song. Thanks to Love Your Condom, Absolution Pierce and Tattoo, Madam Butterfly's Vintage Style Boutique, Gordon Harris Art Supplies, C1 Espresso and international sketchy sponsor Baby Tattoo Books.
All up, we were left dreaming about Dolly for days to come.