CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - AVN award-winning starlet Sunny Lane visited the U.S. Marines at Camp Pendleton while wrapping up a San Diego stop on her 2008 Girl Next Door tour for Deja Vu.
"When I was asked if I wanted to spend some time with the Marines, I said are you kidding? Of course I do," said Lane. "Most of these guys are really young and don't know exactly what to expect as they get deployed all over the world including Iraq and Afganistan, so if I'm able to put a smile on their faces for even a day, it's the least I can do considering what they do for us."
Soldiers at Camp Pendleton's School of Infantry posed for pictures with Sunny, who wore a red, white and blue outfit for the occasion and mounted a tank for one photo op.
"I would've been happy to do a whole lot more but I don't think the base commander would have approved," she laughed.
Lane's next stop on the tour brings her to the Déjà vu Showgirls club located at 7350 Coldwater Canyon Rd. in North Hollywood May 8-10. She will perform three shows nightly at 8, 10 and midnight.
"I hope some of my new Marine buddies make it up because I'll really put on a dirty show for them," she said.
Fans can also vote for Sunny in the final round of The Fame Awards in the Best Oral Starlet category. Voting is underway now at www.thefameawards.com.