Kendra Wilkinson Once Made $500,000 In Six Months From Stripping

December 7, 2014 / Posted by:

$500,000? Five hundred THOUSANDS?!? It’s times like these I wish there was a strip club that catered exclusively to dudes looking to watch uncoordinated farsighted Dorito dust-covered lady messes awkwardly dance to a medley of Weird Al songs, because I would make a killing (or at least $20).

Us Weekly says that during an episode of the British reality show I Used To Be Famous…Pay Attention To Me! (aka I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!), pint-sized stripper pixie Kendra Wilkinson admitted that before she became one of Hugh Hefner’s hired hot water with lemon makers, she used to have a pretty lucrative career as a stripper. I know, I’m shocked too! Who would have thought that a petite blonde with big tits would make a successful stripper? That’s crazy!

“I just woke up and said, ‘I want to strip’. I’m just, like, a free spirit, and I’m like, ‘I just want to see how much money I could earn.'”

Quite a lot, it turns out. After getting her stripper license at age 18, Wilkinson got a job at a local club. “My first night there, I made $4,000 just by sitting with a guy, because I was a new girl, and he just wanted to sit with me and get to know me. Four grand! The next day, I was like, ‘Um, I gotta quit dental assisting.'”

Kendra also went on to say that she had no idea what she was doing and that she “just kinda walked around the pole, took my clothes off…and money just came flying at you.” That description of stripping literally sounds like the most wonderful job in the world. “Yeah, it’s fucking magical” said a dancer named Sinnamyn, as she watches the clumsy new girl knock over another tray of shrimp cocktail in the VIP room.

But what I really want to know is where are these guys who pay $4,000 just to sit with you and get to know you? I want in on that!

Pic: Kendra Wilkinson

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