NEW YORK — Vivid girl Sunny Leone and Joanna Angel appeared on Howard Stern's Sirius radio show this morning to promote Michael Grecco's book "Naked Ambition: An R-Rated Look at an X-Rated Industry."
Perhaps the biggest news to come out of the segment was Leone's revelation that she has decided to go full steam ahead doing boy/girl scenes for Vivid Entertainment, with whom she's been contracted for close to three years. She already performed some boy/girl for the yet-to-be-released Sunny Loves Matt, with fiancé Matt Erickson. But in another new announcement, Leone said Erickson had broken off the engagement over the holidays, and she was now open to working with other male talent.
"I touched [Leone's] boobs, and they were nice," Angel told AVN following the show. "I told Stern a story about when I was in college and banged one of my teachers. I am flattered that Michael picked me and Sunny to promote the book out of all the girls in there. That was the main purpose, but [Stern] definitely was more interested in talking to me about fucking my professor.
"Artie [Lange] was really disinterested in the book because all the girls had their clothes on," Angel continued. "But Howard on the other hand liked it. He was really nice."
The broadcast marked Angel's first appearance on the Stern show.
"I have been trying to get on 'Howard Stern' for like three years," she said. "I've sent countless amounts of e-mails and packages of DVDs to the show, and I was blatantly turned down at some point last year. Will sent me an e-mail telling me I was 'too smart and had my shit together too much' for the show."
Of course, Joanna and Sunny each spent a little quality time on the Sybian.
"It was OK," Angel said. "We both did it, and she spanked me. I think it needs to be modified a little bit ... it's not 100 percent guaranteed to give you an orgasm. I mean, Howard's crew isn't the most, like, erotic crew. And Gary insisted on working the controller, and he got really feisty. She told him to give me the controller ... I think it hurt his feelings. But he really wasn't doing it right! You don't put it on full speed right away."
"The Howard Stern Show" is broadcast on Sirius channels 100 and 101.
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