Sticky Vicky is an adult entertainment legend and put Brit-fav Benidorm on the map.
She's a bloody hard worker too, at one point appearing six times a night six days a week to pull everything from ping-pong balls to machetes out of her vagina in front of a shocked audience.
Now we say she deserved to be officially recognised for what she did for Benidorm and our holiday experiences.
The cheeky act put not only the performer on the map, but the Spanish town itself according to local business owners and residents who claim that the dancer was an "important part" of what made Benidorm explode as a tourist destination decades ago.
Sadly, the Tenerife-born legend passed away on Wednesday, November 29 of heart failure at the grand age of 80 having performed on the strip for 35-years after moving to the party town in the 1980s.
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But, that doesn’t mean that Sticky Vicky – whose real name is Victoria María Aragüés Gadea – is to be forgotten. Alongside her shocking and experimental act being continued by her daughter, Maria, locals are pushing for the entertainer to be memorialised with A British-style blue plaque in Benidorm town.
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Stag do organiser Frank, known as @frankthestagman, says Sticky Vicky was "an important part of what has grown Benidorm into what it is" and added that he's "amazed that there hasn't been a plaque or something in her honour". He's pushing for the late performer to be remembered with an official sign – and the Daily Star agrees!
He argued that Benidorm "was just another coastal town" before the dancer turned illusionist turned up to add some x-rated pizzaz to the place. He added: "Her show in that day and age was just unbelievable." While his partner, extreme stripper Jade Benidorm's sexy act – which involves pegging and full-frontal nudity – couldn't have happened without the star.
Jade's act could apparently only exist because Sticky Vicky re-defined what was "acceptable" in the Alicante town. Now, almost anything goes thanks to her "pushing the boundaries".
The legendary star was so well-known that she even appeared several times in ITV's famous sitcom Benidorm! After all, you can't make a show about Brits in Benidorm without mentioning one of its most influential shows.
Here at Daily Star we've decided that such a recognisable star deserves to be recognised officially and gets a plaque erected in the Spanish town – so we're campaigning for just that…
If you're a fan, or just think hard work and dedication deserves to be rewarded, then you can sign our petition to get Sticky Vicky a shiny new marker in the sunshine.
Whack your name and your email in our petition above to sign up for our campaign and ensure the icon's legacy never dies…
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