It Happened Last Night: Whitney Paige Shook Her Melons At Cherries

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Whitney Paige, also known around town as "The Eyes of Texas" put on a glittery show last night at Randy's Club Cherries. Paige, has shimmied all over the country, snatching up titles and awards like Miss Gay Texas America, Miss Gay World, Miss Gay USofA, and Miss Texas Entertainer of the Year. Locals can catch her glamorous stage show on Wednesday nights at Cherries where she packs the bill with her favorite talented gals. Last night's escapades included performances by fellow divas Skye O'Hara Paige and Sassy. Clad in sequins and bling, the busty triad domineered, hypnotizing the crowd with their banter-rich song and dance numbers.

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