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May 18, 2021 107 min

Parts 1&2 ... Check in with Egypt

Second Hour with @maestroboylesque and @gigiholliday

Maestro schools us in this episode with many lessons and tips.

Gigi talks about our time with Toni Elling and the Parade and Pose Virtual Experience

Check in with Egypt: Tuesdays on Instagram, and mirrored on the WEBurlesque Podcast Network.  Catch the conversation live at https://www.instagram.com/goddessegyptblaqueknyle Tuesday 9AM Pacific Time.

This conversation is being released exactly as originally broadcast thru agreement with Egypt Blaque Knyle.  All rights reserved to Egypt Blaque Knyle.

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