Jubilee Queens fill up pubs

HARARE - Jubilee Queens, a fresh pole dancing group based in Harare is slowly spinning their way into stardom.

Last weekend, they filled Flavour Town nite spot in Mutare where the four-member group took turns to slide and spin around a pole, leaving fans yearning for more.

Dressed in seductive outfits, they gripped and climbed a vertical pole, holding their well-toned legs out from the body and doing the splits while holding themselves in place.

Tonight, the group performs at Zoo Sports Club in Glen View in Harare ahead of an action-packed weekend, where they will offer their famed slow grind.

An off-shoot of the Kalawa Queens, the group — made up of Sibongile Ncube, Tsitsi Dube, Skylar Sibanda and Precious Gumede — say their pole dancing is all about self-image and not about sleaze.

Pole dancing as a form of exercise is a trend that has been sweeping Zimbabwe in recent months, and has gained legitimacy after being accepted as an Olympic sport.

Jubilee Queens, whose offices are at Jubilee Centre in Msasa in Harare, do everything from saucy dances, pole acrobatics and, yes, sensual movements as well.

And the group is sizzling hot.

They say pole dancing is the ultimate exercise for toning muscles, firming the body and increasing flexibility.

 Jubilee Queens is offering one of the best value erotic experiences in the country enabling them to give celebrity pole dancers Bev and Zoey a run for their money.

The sensational dancers pride themselves in “offering something different.”

While pole dancing may have started out in strip clubs, it hit the streets of Zimbabwe with a bang.

The emergence of pole dancing would seem natural for those who are flesh-obsessed but it has stirred controversy from some who say such behaviour is immoral and should remain out of public sight.

And so far it has.

But one thing for sure, the pole dancers are filling up the pubs. - Entertainment Writer

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