Windsor / Las Vegas
Roxi D’Lite is one of the world’s premier burlesque performers and a Queen of Burlesque at the Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas.
There has been no shortage of accolades for Roxi in her illustrious career. In one year alone Roxi was invited to compete in the Exotic Dancer Invitational where she won the titles of Showgirl Champion and Best Dancer. Two weeks later Roxi entered the Grand Prix of Exotic Dance winning the titles of Best Exotic Performance, Best Burlesque Performance and crowned the 2014 World Champion of Exotic Dance and within the feature entertainer industry was awarded Entertainer of the Year in 2015. She has also been voted Burlesque Top 50’s Number One Burlesque Figure.
But it was back in 2010 when Roxi first made her name by becoming one of the youngest performers to ever be crowned Miss Exotic World by the Burlesque Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. For seven consecutive years Roxi has been voted by her peers one of the “Top 10 Burlesque Performers” in the world.
Unanimously credited as Canada’s Burlesque Queen, Roxi is an innovator of the burlesque world. Classic striptease with a modern twist is the hallmark of Roxi’s performance style; a trailblazer who seamlessly blends elaborate props and costumes with circus and fetish performances.
Roxi starred in the award-winning feature film The Burlesque Assassins and even took the world of comic books by storm where she appeared as a guest-villain in The Goon, an Eisner Award-winning comic series published by Dark Horse.
Not only is Roxi an innovative fearless performer but she is also the producer of one of burlesque’s most unique shows, The Dirty Devil’s Peepshow at Theatre Bizarre in Detroit Michigan. The Dirty Devil’s Peepshow has been named one of Theatre Bizarre’s top 5 attractions by the Detroit Free Press.
Throughout the world Roxi’s reputation has been indelibly etched in the annals of time. The Detroit Free Press refers to Roxi as, “the reigning burlesque diva,” while in Vancouver, The Province called her “a bubbly, ravishing presence” and in Halifax, the Chronicle-Herald referred to her simply as the “Notorious Roxi”.
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