Jada Cameo – St Patrick’s Day 2011

Jade Cameo - St Patrick's Day 2011

The Irish audience has always been important to Babestation, and back when the organisation still had a commitment to keeping the entertainment fresh, St Patrick’s Day would see the girls dressing up in costume and taking part in offbeat presentations. On the night of Thursday 17th March 2011, the Babestation models were introduced as motionless dolls inside a life-sized Barbie doll box, which was labelled “Babe”, rather than “Barbie”.

In the picture, “Limited Edition Doll” Jada Cameo is hushing the secret that she’s come to life. Jada also put on a convincing Irish accent in this opening sequence to Channel 97’s glamour-themed phone-in Glamourchase.


 
REPLIES…

Keith Peacock:
Blog Member

Jada on Glamourchase, St Patrick’s 2011, complete with shamrock socks. Would have posted more but she only kept the outfit on for approximately 7.5 seconds, bless her. Full line-up for that night was: Geri, Jada, Amanda Rendall, Preeti Young, Priya Young, Lynsey Atkinson, Annie Bullah, Michelle Moist, Michelle Thorne, Holly Kent and Amber James (Bikini Babes). They still evidently had cash on the hip in those days.

Jada Cameo - Glamourchase, 18th March 2011

Dick Splash:
Blog Member

Another limited edition. The very delish Miss Bullah – same show, same night…

Annie Bullah - Glamourchase 18 March 2011

Ed Case:
Blog Member

Someone has left their knickers hanging around the lamp stand in contravention of Ofcom’s Covert Promotion of Worn Underwear Guide Regulation 4, Subsection C. There needs to be a full investigation into which of the eleven models was responsible.

Bob Smith:
Blog Member

It’s a bra. Not a pair of knickers.

Ed Case:
Blog Member

You’re making quite a major mistake. My wife has that exact garment in red, and it is categorically her drawers.

Matthew Widehead:
Blog Member

She wears a bra underneath her skirt?

michael9:
Blog Member

She married a dude who made a Twitter account with a pair of Y-fronts on his head. What do you expect?

Ed Case:
Blog Member

It’s officially a pair of knickers. I still have the box.

Calum Fossil:
Blog Member

Actually, he may be right. It may not be a bra.

Matthew Widehead:
Blog Member

OMG he keeps his wife’s underwear boxes…

Ed Case:
Blog Member

Only until the statutory warranty expires. Unless there’s an extended warranty available. In which case I keep the box for three years.

Bob Smith:
Blog Member

They offer you a 3-year extended warranty, on your wife’s pants?

Ed Case:
Blog Member

It depends which van I get them from. If it’s the van that sells PlayStations, the guy will usually cover the PlayStation and the knickers on the same service agreement.

Calum Fossil:
Blog Member

It’s a bra.

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