Stacked SCORE Stars of the Big ’90s
They’re not just stacked. They’re MEGA-stacked. The covergirls and centerfolds of the big ’90s in this video: Lisa Lipps, Pandora Peaks, Alyssa Alps, Deena Duos, Colt 45, Minka, Casey James, Letha Weapons, Toppsy Curvey, L.A. Bust, Angelique, Busty Dusty, SaRenna Lee, Lulu Devine, Honey Moons, Tawny Peaks, Kayla Kleevage and Wendy Whoppers.
“I work out and eat right,” said Lisa Lippps. “It’s part of who I’ve always been, who I am, and who I’ll always be. Being in porn, you can’t be a fat, ugly pig and make it. Well, I guess you could, but, why would you want to be when you can work out, eat good and keep yourself in shape?”
Pandora Peaks was a banker. “One weekend I was ahead at the office, so I took the weekend off and danced! It was a thrill, and I received all of this attention. It gave me so much energy. Guys were handing me money like they were potato chips, but that wasn’t important.”
Many of the model columns in men’s magazines were written by male editors who cranked out the copy while eating lunch. This was not the case with SCORE. Alyssa Alps wrote her “On The Road” photo-column for four years beginning with the January ’98 issue and never missed a deadline.
“The ’90s were a very special time for me,” said Deena Duos. She described herself as boring. “I’m a homebody.” She was working as a nurse’s aide in a nursing home when she decided to become a dancer and model. “I actually am a nurse. I have my LPN, but I decided to take a step back from that because I wanted to enjoy this part of my life with my fans. I figured that later on in life, I could always go back to nursing. I’m very much a people person. I like to nurture people.”
“I was unloading clothes and boxes at K-Mart,” Colt 45 said. “But, the waiters at El Chico’s, most of whom were gay, would tell me all the time, ‘Girl, with your body you need to be a dancer.’ They got me drunk on beer, took me to a gay bar and I danced for women. I was drunk. The girls went crazy. I was very shy then.”
Minka: “I was playing in the Asian Olympic Games in Chicago, and my tennis partner said to me, ‘Why don’t you get into the men’s magazines?’ I said to my friend, ‘How can I do this kind of modeling, showing my pussy and everything? I cannot do that.’ And she said. ‘You have the look. Do it.’ I didn’t even know about the magazines. So she brought SCORE magazine the next day.”
Sports super-fan Casey James went on three Boob Cruises. She was one of the presenters on Boob Cruise 2000, managing the striptease shows and managing other ship and beach activities. After she retired from feature dancing, Casey got into cam shows from her home.
Letha Weapons was SCORE’s covergirl for the August 1992 edition, the second issue of the magazine. Letha was a frequent guest on the Howard Stern show and many other TV talk shows. Supersized girls were a big ratings topic back then. She did her first porn scene with Ron Jeremy. Letha’s also a professional singer and has a social media presence.
Sister of Lulu Devine, Toppsy Curvey, was making headlines in the sports section because she was chasing baseball players around the diamond trying to score a kiss. They called her “The Kissing Babe.” Toppsy’s final pictorial was in April ’96 SCORE. She stopped her dancing road trips and performed in two Massachusetts clubs until she hung up her giant bra.
SCORE‘s first covergirl (June 1992), L.A. Bust, talked about her dancing. “Imagine an exotic dancer stripping down to her G-string or nude if legal and physically seducing you right at your table. We do this by rubbing up and down your body, sometimes stopping with our mouth on your zipper and rubbing our chin on it. Then we turn around and bend over, swaying our hips as if to invite you in. Once your dick is so hard, it’s ready to blow, we sit in your lap and grind our ass on it.”
Many of the girls in SCORE in the early ’90’s were feature dancers. Angelique is the only one in this group who wasn’t, but in 1995, she tried dancing with Minka in London at a club called For Your Eyes Only. Angelique was a popular shipmate on two Boob Cruises. She made a brief comeback to SCORE in 2002.
Busty Dusty sailed on three Boob Cruises: 1995, 1997 and 1998. She was a certified scuba diver and that was worked into several of her photo shoots. “The real reason I ever got into dancing in the first place is because I was stuck in Brazil and my mother paid for me to get back home. I came back to the U.S., had to pay my mother back, didn’t like this thing hanging over my head and dancing was the best way to clean it up. I used to be wild and crazy.”
SaRenna Lee: “I definitely don’t like a guy focusing strictly on my breasts. Most of the guys I’ve had relationships with weren’t breast enthusiasts. They liked butts and feet. I don’t know why they liked me. They got used to them and they dealt with them, but they didn’t originally come to me for that reason. Then, by the time the relationship fizzled, they were breast-men more than they were before.”
Lulu and her sister Toppsy Curvey became known outside of the exotic dancer and big-bust modeling world for running onto major league baseball fields during games in progress and trying to kiss the ballplayers. The newspaper sports columnists loved them. “I became a Blue Jays fan because when I started running out onto baseball fields, the first time was in Toronto. The fans were really responsive to me and enjoyed it. Plus, the ballplayers and the organization were good about it.”
“I’m just myself,” Honey Moons said in an interview. She was a feature dancer living in San Francisco. Her home club was the Market Street Cinema. It was a notorious, anything goes club that was cleaned up after the Spearmint Rhino chain bought it. “I was fired from every club in San Francisco, except Market Street, because I have a low tolerance for shit! People at the clubs always tell me I should be stupid, act dizzy and I’ll make a lot more money, but I don’t like to sell out. I want to be myself and still succeed.”
Tawny Peaks was discovered by SCORE publisher John Fox and photographer John Graham. “I was vacationing in Daytona, Florida working on my tan during spring break when John Graham approached me about modeling and becoming a feature entertainer. I was very shy and a little apprehensive so I just took his phone number and blew it off. About two years later, I found his number and gave him a call.” Before she became super-busty Tawny, she used the name Helena. Tawny sailed on the first Boob Cruise in 1994.
Kayla Kleevage began as an exotic dancer, started her own production company, did mail order, got into the web, became a mentor to other big-boobed girls and also photographed them for the big-bust magazines while she worked on her own career. “I find myself comfortable in T-shirts and jeans. Regular clothes are a little hard to find. I keep saying I’m going to the same store and having somebody make me stuff but I never get around to it. I don’t have a whole lot of normal clothes. I have my slutty stuff and my costumes, which, of course, I get made to fit.” Kayla rides a motorcycle and often attends biker events, such as Sturgis.
When Wendy Whoppers first started dancing, she used the names Lacy and April. When she began feature dancing, she used the name Tommy Tatas. Then she became Wendy Whoppers, a key figure in the big-bust world. Wendy often appeared on the many TV talk shows of the 1990s and became a hardcore porn star in 1993. When she was a guest at adult expos, usually with Lisa Lipps, the lines for autographs were massive. Wendy downsized her boobs in 1997, posed a few times and moved into website design.