Justice is by far one of the most award winning feature entertainers on the circuit, both in Canada and in the US! Her winning combination of flexibility, flawless pole work, and great dance moves-not to mention that she’s absolutely gorgeous-has kept her consistently adding new titles to an already impressive list.
Justice is also incredibly well known and respected for helping aspiring features to get a start in the business. At the EDI West in Denver she was assisting a few girls with their shows, and her dedication to the industry was obvious. Justice will be competing in both Monroe’s Feature Tournament and the EDI East.
PANDA: How would you describe the music in your shows?
Justice: My shows are very themed and my music always reflects that theme. I come from a cirque background so I always try to add that artistic flare to each performance. Such as opera or other classical elements.
P: What is the first song you remember dancing to in a club?
J: “Pour Some Sugar On Me” by Def Leppard
P: If you could only dance to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?
J: One song 😱 Oh my! “Don’t Treat Me Bad” by Firehouse
P: What is the worst song that a DJ ever played for you?
J: Once a DJ played a horrible remix of “Pour Some Sugar on Me”! It was so bad that I walked off stage! Some songs are meant to stay as they are.
P: What is the coolest thing that a DJ ever did for you?
J: The coolest thing a DJ ever did was remembering that I was a huge fan of Slash. So one he night begged me to go out promoting with him for the Radio Station. He drove across the border into Canada to pick me up and surprised me by taking me to a Velvet Revolver concert and brought me back stage to hang with the band. It was my first concert ever!
P: Pick a great “throw back” strip club track for us!
J: “I Remember You” by Skid Row