A MUSE MONDAYS: Kensie Vicious


Photo cred. John Reed

Today’s muse is one of my first and closest friend, true friend, in Toronto’s burlesque scene. She has tattoos. She designs undies. She’s a nerd. Everybody knows that. She brings me country style butter tarts, even though she’s vegan. I think she enjoys thinking of me getting so much pleasure from something she gave me. She can giggle with a flicker of the devil, but she’s the sweetest schemer I’ve ever met. This pussy-du-jour has been around since my very first day of burlesque. She tackles me with puppy love. And even though she is strong competition for title of ultimate Klutz, her tenacity is one of her signatures. I am proud to fight the good fight with this lady, even though she says it’s not a fight. Ladies and gentlemen, and those who are neither; Kensie Vicious!

Gracie: Thank you for taking time to answer a few of my questions. First off,  how did you get your name?

Kensie: Y’know those games where you find your pornstar name based on your first street name and first place throwing up in public or whatever? Kinda like that, except I chose it based on living in Kensington Market four of the five years I’ve lived in the city, and being a fan of the Sex Pistols (Sid Vicious). Boom. Kensie Vicious.

Gracie: How long have you been on the scene?

Kensie: On the life scene? 25 years. On the burlesque scene? A year. But hell, do I feel like I’ve been building up to this forever.

Gracie: Signature colour?

Gracie: What was your burlesque ah-ha moment?

Kensie: I allowed myself to decline gigs and take a step back a few months ago. I said yes to everything and I was pumping out acts that I wasn’t PASSIONATE about. I’ve just returned to performing, debuting some new acts for Belle’s Boudoir….a “make-or-break” show, if you will….these were acts that I REALLY gave a shit about. I felt them, and the audience felt them. It was an incredible moment of understanding my alter ego and my own sense of awareness in front of an audience.

Gracie:  Does your audience have a favorite body part?

Kensie: My mind. The audience loves me for my mind………….kidding. My butt and my tattoos, probably.

Gracie:  What is your favorite part of a new act?

Kensie: The costuming! Oh god, do I love costuming. I’m a fashion design drop out, my brain goes into overdrive when I design new pieces. So many fabrics and rhinestones and…..messes. *cue glitter bomb explosion sound*

Gracie:  If you weren’t a showgirl, what would you be?

Kensie: I would probably be back in university by now! (Not for fashion, that über stylish ship has sailed). The last year of actively performing has gone by so quickly! Granted, it’s a much-needed creative outlet, but I’m sure my fellow show ponies can attest to it being a VERY time-consuming hobby.

Gracie: Do you think you’ll ever retire?

Kensie:  *.*

Gracie: And our end cap. Loaded question, do you have any words for budding showgirls?

Kensie: I cannot emphasize this enough… Find your style. Allow your humor/sweetness/mega vixen/whatever your “thing” is, to come out. Play on things that come naturally and work your ass off (but not actually off) on things that don’t. And if it ever stops being fun, take a step back and reassess.

Gracie: Kensie, thank you so very much for taking the time to answer a few of my questions. If you want to follow Kensie’s antics, see the links below. I will see you next week, same Gracie, same Gracie channel ❤

Facebook: Kensie Vicious

Instagram: @KensieVicious


A MUSE MONDAYS: Jolie Stripes

I met today’s muse backstage at the Rivoli, where she lit herself and the audience on fire, figuratively speaking. This was after her grand tour. This sweet little french flower has a bag of tricks that can knock your socks off, while she takes off her stockings. And though I have had the pleasure to perform in shows with her, I haven’t had much time to really get to know her, which in showbiz, is often the case. But I look forward to rectifying that in the future. Ladies and gentlemen, the feisty Francophone: Jolie Stripes!Photo credit: John-Finnigan Lin

Gracie: Thank you so much for taking the time to share a little of yourself with us. First, how did you get your name?

Jolie: I didn’t really have any character or persona in mind when I chose my name; it sort of came together naturally. “Stripes” was the name of my character in Fallout 3 when I first started burlesque; it comes from the song “Scars and Stripes” by Angelspit. I liked Jolie because it’s French, and it was the name of a character that I really admired in Emilie Autumn’s book, “The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls”.

Gracie: How long have you been on the scene?

Jolie: It’s going to be three years next Halloween!

Gracie:Signature colour?

Jolie: Black and white.

Gracie: Do you have formal training?

Jolie: Ironically, no. Like every little girl on this planet, I tried ballet (I lasted one year), and ballet jazz (one year again). I did synchronized swimming for five years (my team even won a bronze medal at the Jeux du Québec), two years of belly dance and one year of burlesque classes when I started, and now I do pole dance!

Gracie:What is your favorite peel and reveal?

Jolie: I love when I have a full costume (like a gown) that I can just drop on the floor to reveal a totally different layer underneath; I feel like a majestic newly hatched butterfly!

Gracie: Your most unique prop or costume piece?

Jolie: My most genius costume piece is my Whore of Babylon “wing cape”: it is essentially a cape made of ribbons that attaches to my neck and is secured to my wrists, It’s a pretty expensive and intricate costume piece (ribbon isn’t cheap), and I haven’t seen anything like it, yet!

Gracie: What’s the most unique show you’ve been a part of?

Jolie: It’s a hard one, but I would say “Bad Ladies and the Detective” by Productions Good Ladies was the most unique, extravagant, and ambitious production I have had the honour of taking part of. The care with which Cherry Typhoon and Lady Josephine wrote, produced and curated their two shows in Toronto and Montreal was something I had never seen before and still sticks with me today when I myself put shows together.

Gracie: Do you have any words for budding showgirls?

Jolie: We have enough cookie-cutter stereotyped showgirls, and not enough of YOU. Do what YOU want and exploit what YOU are. Study burlesque, choreography and marketing like you had an exam to pass tomorrow, and always think of yourself as a business woman first.

Gracie: Thank you so much! Follow today’s muse at the links below, and I’ll see you lovelies same time next week! ❤

Facebook: Jolie Stripes

Twitter: @JolieStripes

Instagram: @JolieStripes


Today’s muse is truly a chameleon. She is never the same performer twice. Her ability to embody a character and entice with their unique articulation is truly inspiring. She’s also has a soft sweetest backstage presence that can ally all the nerves that can be rampant in the performance arts. Her ability and talent are a beacon within our community. I’m always delighted to see her, both onstage and off. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome: Thrasher!


Gracie: How did you get your name?

Thrasher: I was about to do my first ever burlesque show in Stratford, Ontario and Nicole Poynter looked at me and asked what my stage name was. I was at a loss, I didn’t realize I needed one. I was so new to burlesque that it didn’t occur to me to have a stage name. So I thought about it, and as I was thinking Poynter looked at me and said, girl, your last name, duh! so thats what I did.

Gracie: How long have you been on the scene?

Thrasher: 4 years

Gracie: Signature colour?

Thrasher: hmm…. maybe Florescent pink….

Gracie: Do you have formal training?

Thrasher: Yes 🙂 I did 2 years at York U for dance, didn’t like the program, so I left and did the George brown Dance program. I loved it 🙂 I am trained in Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Hip Hop, Belly Dance and Arial Silks

Gracie: Do you have a favorite body part?

Thrasher: I like my bum, that spot in the lower back right before the bum thats my fav!

Gracie: What is your favorite part of a new act?

Thrasher: I love how nervous I get about how its going to go, is the thingy with the thing going to get stuck when I take off the other thing… I use a lot of improv when building a new act so when I first perform it its exciting to see how my ideas work

Gracie: What’s the most unique show you’ve been a part of?

Thrasher: Love Letter Cabaret!! all the way. Its not just burlesque its a story told through dance and burlesque, sometimes singing and arial arts. We bring the audience into the show and turn the whole venue into our world. its awesome 🙂

Gracie: Do you have any words for budding showgirls?

Thrasher: Take risks, don’t be afraid to do the strange things. Push yourself into doing the act that you really want to do not the one you think is easiest. And NEVER give up, if this is what you love, then do it.

Gracie: Thank you so much for taking the time to get to know us;) I look forward to Love Letters: Eden this coming October! Follow our Muse at the links below. And have a great week!

Facebook: Thrasher

Twitter: @MzThrasher

A Muse Mondays: Bianca Boom Boom

Now, this little lady is short and sweet! She’s concise and explosive. The first time I met her in the halls of the Toronto School of Burlesque, she greeted me with the gusto only she can bring. And she is that firecracker. That double burst of bubble-pop. She is the Triple B with the Double D’s: Bianca Boom Boom!

Gracie: Thank you so much for taking the time to jam with me. You know to hang around old school style. I’m gonna ask you a few questions and I want you to say the first things that pop into you head. How did you get your name?

Bianca: Originally I wanted to have Bijoux as part of my name and someone suggested Boom Boom to go along with it. I thought about Boom Boom Bijoux but found Boom Boom L’Roux and decided it was too close. I then decided I would keep Boom Boom instead as a last name, that I wanted a “real” first name and that I definitely wanted alliteration. Bianca comes from The Taming of The Shrew. She is Kate’s (the Shrew) younger sister, the one the boys all go crazy for! I really love the juxtaposition of the sweet sounding Bianca and the in your face of the BOOM BOOM! Suits me perfectly 😉

Gracie: How long have you been on the scene?

Bianca: 2 years!

Gracie: Do you have a signature colour?

Bianca: I don’t have one on stage per say BUT I always have my red glitter lips and red Amber Ray hair flower!

Gracie: Can you pick a  favourite body part?

Bianca: It’s a tie: The Booms (tatas) and The Bangs (gams)

Gracie: What is your most unique costume piece or prop?

Bianca: THE BOOMS!!

Gracie: I’m starting to see a pattern here;) What is your favourite part of creating a new act?

Bianca: The AH-HA! Moment of discovering the song, costume piece or movement that make it all come together. You never know when or where it will happen!

Gracie: Is there a theme dream out there taunting you? A show you’d love to be a part of?

Bianca: I have actually already had the opportunity to be a part of my 2 biggest dream theme shows: Broadway and Lady Gaga!

Gracie: Well, dream achieved then. What is your favourite venue to perform?

Bianca: In town: Revival Bar. On the road: Molly Blooms (Stratford), 3 Clubs (Los Angeles)

Gracie: Hey, wait, that’s 3 places. But I guess all 3 B’s get a choice. Now, for the loaded question: Do you think you’ll ever retire?

Bianca: NO!!!!!

Gracie: Almighty then, what words would you like to share with budding show ponies?


  • Watch all the burlesque you can. If you can’t afford to go to local shows, ask to help out as a kitten or on the door. Watch YouTube and BurlesqueStars.net; Figure out what you like, what you don’t and what you want to put out into the world. You will quickly see what makes the performers who are tops, tops.
  • Research before developing an act. There is a lot of material out there and chances are something similar to your idea may already be in existence.
  • Think about your backstage etiquette. It is just as important (if not more) than your onstage etiquette.
  • Make sure your act is ready to be onstage before you put it there. Having one really good, polished act is far more valuable then having 20 unpolished numbers.
  • Take class when you have the opportunity. It doesn’t have to be burlesque. There are heaps of classes that will enhance your skill set (or help you gain a new one!) and help you develop as a performer and a human being.

Gracie: Thank you so much! As always you’ve been a delight. You have become a positive example in our Toronto community and a charming Ambassador to the states and soon the world. For all my readers, you can follow Bianca’s festival frenzy and local shows at the links below. See you next week!

Website: biancaboomboom.tk

Facebool: Bianca Boom Boom Fan Page

Twitter: @BiancaBoomBoom

Instagram: @BiancaBoomBoom 



A MUSE MONDAY: Charlie Quinn

Now, every new showgirl knows that backstage can be a little daunting. The hairspray fog, the glitter in the air, the blue air from a foul mouthed drag queen, it’s all a bit much. That is until the air clears for one perfect second and a platinum goddess whispers through her red glimmering lips, that Doris Day is her jam. Charlie and I were fast friends. We both think smiles are a valuable currency, think fun should be the goal of any good adventure and that we should dance like nobody’s watching, though she is a way better dancer than I. On more than one occasion I have found myself tangled up in a joke with her that nobody else seems to think is funny, which only endears her more to me. And though our very tight schedules have kept us apart for longer than I’d like, I know we’ll be able to fall into step without much hassle. Emphasis of course on the falling;) So, without further adieux, Ladies and Gentlemen, the Quintessential Player: Ms Charlie Quinn!

Alex Hurter of Ifyoufallphotography www.ifyoufallphotography.com

Alex Hurter of Ifyoufallphotography

Gracie: Ladybird, thank you so very much for taking the time to answer a few questions. I can tell your Iced Capp is low, so I’ll keep this short. How did you get your name?

Charlie: I’ve always been called Charlie by my family growing up and preferred it to my given name. Originally, I debuted as “Charlie Baby” and after some continued research, I’d found a drag queen online who also went by the name so it was back to the drawing board. I was already planning a bunch of characters to reveal and I couldn’t seem to think cleverly enough to create something that resembled me and the multitude of characters I wanted to have. “Sherry Keylime” was a name I had thought, because I, simply, love key lime pie…but I didn’t like “Charlie Keylime”. Charlie Knoxville had kick to it, but it didn’t mean anything to me. I was sitting in a hotel in London, Ontario for work watching old Saturday Night Live after a 15-hour day with my coworker and the Weekend Update portion came on with Colin Quinn. I had been adding surnames to Charlie for months and just said it to myself “Charlie Quinn”. I had learnt of harlequin’s vaguely years ago and I had understood it as a sort of multiple personified devil and ran with it. The description of what and how harlequin came to be is sooo much more interesting and layered and the more research I do, the more I agree with it as my alias.

Gracie: How long have you been on the scene?

Charlie: I kittened about from June 2011 to December 2011. I debuted in December 2011 in Coco Framboise’s “Up-your-Chimney” show and then debuted my first act February 2012 at Red Herring’s first Reveal Me alongside Bianca Boom Boom, Melody Merlot, Skaii Walker and others. That’s about 2 years and a bit? Yeah?

Gracie: What’s your signature colour?

Charlie: I try not to stick to one colour but lately it’s either white and yellows or red. Anything that goes with my platinum blonde hair!

Gracie: Who is your Showgirl inspiration?

Charlie: It’s a mix of Doris Day, Marilyn Monroe and Cyd Charisse!

Gracie: That’s a trifecta of titillation if there ever was one! But on to serious matters, Do you tassel? Both directions?

Charlie: I tassel all the things. I am known for my debut act “The Mask” having assels or ass tassels that I learnt from a class with travelling headliner, Peekaboo Pointe.

Gracie: How do you build a new act? What comes first: Song, costume, concept?

Charlie: I have a forever-long list on my phone with songs that inspire ideas. It’s a very unorganized list that I can peruse to inspire new ideas. I am usually inspired by the music first and foremost and then the act creates itself. I dance to the song at least 30-60 times on repeat in my apartment the few days leading up to a show. I have a rough guideline to what I want the plot to be (if any) and I will know any musical cues that tell me I have a minute or less left of a song. I like to be current and in the moment with my audience and I could choreograph, however, dancing to the song multiple times I find that the same series of movements come out sometimes at the right moments, and that’s enough of a plan for me right now.

Gracie: If you weren’t a showgirl, what would you be?

Charlie: A unicorn. Nah, I’m already a unicorn onstage. I would be making costume pieces and probably stuff for showgirls. I already do that but I know I would never be completely removed from the stage.

Gracie: Do you have any words of wisdom for brand new and aspiring showponys?

Charlie: Before I go on stage I like to remind myself that the person I am out there and who I want them to see, is the best possible version of myself, and if for some reason they do not like it, then at least I was genuine and honest.

Charlie, as always you’ve been a delight and an absolute pleasure, which I’ve told you on more than one Cinnamon whiskey fuelled night. I can’t wait until our schedules simmer down a little more and we can spend some much-needed banana time together. To all my readers, follow Charlie on all the social media forums. You know you’re gonna anyways! I mean she’s hot AND funny.

Website: http://www.charliequinnTO.weebly.com

Facebook: facebook.com/Charlie.Quinn.TO

Twitter: @CharlieQuinnTO

Instagram: @charliequinnto

Youtube: youtube.com/CharlieQuinnTO

A Muse Mondays: El Toro

I just got back from Show Pony Mecca Burlesque Hall of Fame Weekender last week. Where all the dresses are sequinned and everybody has rhythm but me. As I compile my new international Muses, I am delighted to continue shining a light on my local Toronto talent, who’ve also been spreading their global wings. I met today’s Muse after watching his signature feats of strength from a distance. My GFF (gym friend forever), then casually waved me over to introduce me to the man behind the myth. And later I had the pleasure of getting to know him outside of the dressing room at her holiday party. His performance story is as interesting, as his background is varied. There is no end to how this ac-romantic man can lift, pose and launch himself into your heart, both as a performer and a person. So, it is with great pleasure that I introduce you to, the man who does all the heavy lifting: El Toro!

Photo Credit Benjamin Ripley

Photo Credit Benjamin Ripley

Gracie: Thanks, for taking the time with me, now let’s get down to business. How did you get your name?
El Toro: A drunk night with Mahogany Storm, Obskyura. Came from a discussion about my style, energy and self-imposed requirement of a Spanish name. (Fun fact: as A child my mom would call me Torito which means little bull)

Gracie: How long have you been on the scene?
El Toro: Over 3 years

Gracie: Signature colour?
El Toro: NAKED! … probably blue or red

Gracie: Who’s your biggest fan?
El Toro: Not sure, but Jon Cayen has a poster of my ass in his home.

Gracie: Do you have a signature move?
El Toro: Some variation of handstand or stall

Gracie: Do you have formal training?
El Toro: Diploma in Theatre performance from Humber and several years of dance training with various companies

Gracie: Do you tassel? Both directions?
El Toro: I can but rarely do

Gracie: Hmmm, I’d like to see that. What is your favourite peel and reveal?
El Toro: A mask or underwear, under underwear, under underwear

Gracie: Do you have a favourite body part?
El Toro: Pectoral

Gracie: Does your audience have a favourite body part?
El Toro: Arms or Bum

Gracie: What is your favourite style of movement?
El Toro: ERRATIC!! **Please note this was said while in a handstand

Gracie: What is your favourite part of a new act?
El Toro: Developing a story especially the absurdist elements

Gracie: How do you build it?
El Toro: I use dance and physical theatre techniques towards story. What comes first differs from act to act.

Gracie: Your most unique prop or costume piece?
El Toro: A chain of medallions which in some acts serves as a necklace and others as a crotch piece

Gracie: What is your characteristic style?
El Toro: Absurd **Please note this was said while in full make up as presented in the above photo

Gracie: What is the most important part of you number?
El Toro: Surprise/ f**king with expectation

Gracie: What’s the most unique show you’ve been a part of?
El Toro: The Bacchanal with Love Letters

Gracie: Ah. Pastel Supernova is a fantastic choreographer and creative director. What is your favourite venue in your current city and on the road?
El Toro: Toronto: Revival

Gracie: Who is your favourite local showgirl?
El Toro: Too hard to say

Gracie: If you weren’t a show pony, what would you be?
El Toro: It’s inherently part of my theatrical life

Gracie: Do you think you’ll ever retire?
El Toro: Not from the stage but I may shift my role

Gracie: Do you have any words of wisdom for budding showgirls?

El Toro: Go wild! When you find a concept challenge yourself to go further and deeper, pick at the details and don’t hesitate to fall on your face in search of something amazing

Thanks again to El Toro, for taking the time to share his wit and wonder with me, so I can share him with you! If you missed him at Sinful Sundays yesterday you can see him in the upcoming, Boylesque TO’s Welcome to Manada!

Follow El Toro and stay in touch….Mmm touch.

Facebook: Facebook.com/eltoroburlesque
Twitter: @SMarziali

A MUSE MONDAYS: Johnny B. Goode

I met our next show pony in the dark, surrounded by clowns, and our first impulse was to talk in really bad accents for the whole night. From then on I was smitten. He lends his voice – and body – to those showgirls in need. Whether he’s singing for a strip, being a scene stealing man-prop, host with the most-ing or dancing up in the DJ booth; this throwback is the return of the Mac, who never really left: BOOM! POW! The one and only, Johnny B. Goode. 539275_166368536821559_1756757930_n

Gracie: Thanks for taking this time for me. Let’s jump right in. How did you get your name?

Johnny B. Goode: I actually started out as ‘Johnny Bravo’ for obvious reasons, but after a friend of mine left a cheeky comment referencing the song ‘Johnny B Goode’ on some social media platform, I decided to change it up.

Gracie: How long have you been on the scene?

Johnny B. Goode: I wasn’t really involved in the Burlesque community until I teamed up with my two main gals, Stella and Belle. Our first show as a group was November 11, 2011.

Gracie: Signature colour?

Johnny B. Goode: I guess I would say black. I wear a lot of black jackets with embellishments on the shoulders.

Gracie: Who’s your biggest fan?

Johnny B. Goode: I’ve had a couple of ‘fan moments’ throughout the city, but I guess our friend Joe is one of our biggest. We like to make sure he’s at all of our productions.

Gracie: Who is your Showgirl inspiration?

Johnny B. Goode: Can I say Beyonce?

Gracie: Do you have a signature move?

Johnny B. Goode: I sing while people strip #bestjobever

Gracie: Do you have formal training?

Johnny B. Goode: Couple years of opera when I was quite young and dance training for almost 8 years in hip-hop, lyrical jazz, and 4 years modern.

Gracie: Do you have any secret talents?

Johnny B. Goode: Wouldn’t you like to know? 😉

Gracie: What was your burlesque ah-ha moment?

Johnny B. Goode: Our Destiny’s Child DIVA OFF was a really awesome night for me. There were quite a few snags in the show, things not working right, set ups taking longer than practiced, but it was kind of the first time that I realized that when I was on stage by myself people WANTED to hear what I had to say. I wasn’t just filler between sets of boobs.

Gracie: What is your favourite peel and reveal?

Johnny B. Goode: I love a good tear-away pant.

Gracie: Do you have a favourite body part?

Johnny B. Goode: On myself? My hair’s my thing.

Gracie: What is your favourite style of movement? (ie: erotic, erratic, erroneous)

Johnny B. Goode: I guess I would say erotic. Sexy is easy to mimic. Funny is a little bit harder.

Gracie: What is your favourite part of a new act?

Johnny B. Goode: I LOVE developing acts. Finding music to tell the story, creating a costume and all the details you have to remember because someone will have to strip out of it.

Gracie: How do you build it? What comes first: Song, costume, concept?

Johnny B. Goode: I think concept, then music, then costume. But at any given time throughout development, the act could change completely.

Gracie: What is your favourite costume piece?

Johnny B. Goode: I have a jacket with sequined shoulders and floor length fringe. I want to wear it always. oh, and I have a diamond encrusted leather vest. Does that count? Haha.

Gracie: What is your characteristic style?

Johnny B. Goode: Basically Johnny Bravo.

Gracie: What is the most important part of your number?

Johnny B. Goode: It’s all important. A great costume can make an act awesome as much as a horrible song choice can make it not so awesome.

Gracie: What’s the strangest thing that ever happened to you backstage?

Johnny B. Goode: Percy Katt and Lady Bonah rolling around in an entire container of glitter emptied out on the floor. Strange? Maybe not, but awesome.

Gracie: What’s the most unique show you’ve been a part of?

Johnny B. Goode: Our Platinum Holiday Special was one of my favourites.

Gracie: Is there a dream theme you want to perform?

Johnny B. Goode: Once we get some more DIVA OFFs under our belt, I’d love to do a DIVA OFF: ALL STARS.

Gracie: Favourite venue in your current city and on the road?

Johnny B. Goode: For Toronto, MOD Club has got to be it. Just the amenities they have available are really awesome. Lights, smoke, sound equipment.

Gracie: Who is your favourite local showgirl?

Johnny B. Goode: No way I can choose favourites. I love so many! Though, I do have an affinity for blondes…

Gracie: Lucky blondes*wink. If you weren’t a showpony, what would you be?

Johnny B. Goode: Probably working within the fashion industry in some capacity.

Gracie: Do you think you’ll ever retire?

Johnny B. Goode: From the Burlesque world? Probably. Performing, no.

Gracie: Do you have any words of wisdom for budding showgirls?

Johnny B. Goode: Find a rehearsal space where you can watch yourself in a mirror, and remember that, no one’s life is a stake here. If you’re not having fun, you’re doing it wrong.

Gracie: Aw, Johnny, as always it was an absolute delight and I look forward to my triumphant return to the Glitter Den. And spending more time with 3 of Toronto’s Top Blondes. That rounds out our Platinum Production A Muse series. Don’t forget to follow Johnny, Belle Jumelles and St Stella for info about upcoming A Platinum Production – Productions!

Facebook: facebook.com/johnnybravogoode

Instagram: @goJBGgo

Twitter: @goJBGgo


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