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VIDEO: This Pregnant Woman’s Pole Dance Is The Best Thing You’ll See Today

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  •  March 29, 2016


What is the sexiest or craziest thing you have ever done in your pregnancy?

Thinking still?

Meet Jill Mclean (Cleo The Hurricane), a pole dancer from Australia, who shared her animated pole dance routine video which she shot in her last trimester of pregnancy.


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She mentioned on her blog,

“I absolutely LOVE being pregnant (for the most part), but I have also never felt so unsexy as I do today (especially in the last trimester. I have been CRAVING and LOVING that feeling of putting on my heels, a sexy song and pole dancing… just to feel sexy again.”

The 36-year-old dancer also explained in her blog that she didn’t completely give up pole dancing during her pregnancy, but she took a break from upside-down and aerial tricks.

“I take my pregnancy VERY seriously and would never put on a pair of 7 or 8” heels if I wasn’t completely comfortable and confident in them. To be honest, I am more clumsy at home barefoot than I am in a studio with sky-high stilettos on.”

This Pregnant Pole Dancer’s Pole Routine Is Jaw-Droppingly Badass

“I am not going to write a speech justifying what I do, as a pole dancer and now as a soon-to-be-mother. But I will say this… As women we all want to feel sexy, this is how I feel sexy.”

Wow! Here’s a woman who believes in herself and is not afraid to be vocal about her feelings.*Claps*

She also shared a photo with her last week with her newborn named John.

“Yes, what I do is still considered ‘taboo’ to some people who doesn’t know any better, but to me, it is STRENGTH and my PASSION and that is all that matters.”

Hats off!

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