Last Friday Tatiana was the Vegas Vixen Of The Week on afterdarkvegas.com
Turned out to be a short week. More like a weekend. Sarah Jane, the really cool girl that wrote the really cool blogs on that site informed Tatiana yesterday noon that the Las Vegas Review Journal, responsible for the site, had decided to end it. Just like that. So it's no more.
And Tatiana had scouted out three cuties for future Vixens. Whatever.
Not only that....they got the name of Tatiana's blog wrong. Well, they fixed it yesterday, but then the site got taken down a few hours later.
Anyhow. Tatiana saved the interview, so to all of you that missed it, here it is. And the pic.
Posted on Friday, December 17th, 2010
While doing online research on strip clubs, I came across local hottie Tatiana’s blog, FargoSisters.com, and I knew we would be good friends. Well-spoken and funny, she writes about her experiences as a dancer, but she doesn’t dance in Vegas, rather in a succession of backwoods clubs around the country. It’s great reading because, as she puts it, “the club is often like a circus!”
A: Hmmmmm … I still haven’t decided what to do. Right now I am just busy being an extraordinary SuperNova.
Q: What brought you to Vegas?
A: I moved here to dance/strip at the legendary Crazy Horse Too (sadly, no longer open).
Q: Where do you dance? And why don’t you dance locally?
A: I have not danced here since 2008. I got tired of dancing in Vegas and thought it would be more interesting to try different clubs around the country. And indeed, it has been an adventure.
Q: What is one of the biggest misconceptions people have about dancers?
A: I don’t care about people’s misconceptions about dancers, people can say whatever they want. They obviously do not know me. I do not fall under the stereotype at all.
Q: Which Vegas strip club would you recommend to visitors, and why?
A: I think people should visit at least a few different clubs when they are in town, too many clubs here to just stick with one.
Q: What do you like about living in Vegas?
A: There’s not much not to like about Vegas. It’s a fun place and there’s only one place like it on the planet. It is what you make of it, too
Q: Is there anything you don’t like about living here?
A: That would be the extreme heat during daytime in the summertime. HOT!!!! Airco is a must!
Q: Do you have any crazy/wild/interesting “Only in Vegas” stories?
A: I don’t spill my secrets. : )
Q: What are some of your favorite places to go for a night out here in town?
A: That depends on my mood. I love food, so a very good dinner and then maybe a show, or a concert. As far as nightclubs, I am selective, there has to be something interesting going on for me to bother â€” a DJ that I like or something fun. Nightclubs in Vegas are kind of boring I think.
Q: Do you have a favorite cocktail or drink?
A: Anything yummy, though I rarely drink.
Q: Do you have any advice for tourist guys in Vegas? What should or shouldn’t they do to have a good time when they go out in our city?
A: My advice would be, live it up, Baby!
Q: What’s the downside (if any) to being a hot babe in Vegas?
A: There are no downsides to that. Vegas is saturated with hot babes. So if you got something else going for you, besides your looks, that makes things interesting.
Q: When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A: I wanted to become a circus performer, work with animals and be a writer. And I think I have incorporated all three, somewhat. As a dancer, I perform on a stage, twirling around a pole (sometimes) and the club is often like a circus. I have a dog; she is my love. And I write a blog.
Q: What were you like in high school?
A: I went to high school in Sweden. To sum it up, I was fun-loving, boy-crazy and a party monster.
Q: If you could hold any job here in Vegas for one day, what would it be and why?
A: I would be the mayor, of course! First, I would name a street after myself, just because. Then I would throw a huge party on The Strip and I would have great DJs play super good music so people would dance and have fun until sunrise. Why? Because dancing is good for your soul.