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EXXXotica 2013: Porn Star Amy Brooke's Ass is Real and Other Discoveries

Exxxotica, the porno and adult entertainment convention that's touted as the nation's largest event dedicated to love and sex, moved North to Fort Lauderdale from South Beach this year. The convention hall full of porn stars, dildos, swingers, kinky romance novels, how-to demos, and sexual enhancement products, gives the common porn fan a chance to interact with their favorite sultry starlets and hunks.

You, dear horndog, can ask the vixens and chiseled dudes, questions like, "Is your ass real?" No joke, that's a genuine, seemingly popular question asked by fans, says 25-year-old blonde bombshell, Amy Brooke.

The adventurous adult industry upstart, who could pass as a younger Jenna Jameson with more junk-in-the-truck, doesn't fret these matters when she interacts with fans. She enjoys it, matter of fact. We imagine it takes much more than a straightforward anatomical question to make a girl who won AVN's 2011 most outrageous sex scene and was nominated for best anal sex scene in the same year, blush. The gorgeous porno star is hosting an Exxxotica after-party herself, tonight and Saturday night at Fort Lauderdale shisha-and-bottle-service den, Off the Hookah.

County Grind had a chance to chat with the actress beforehand about what music gets her in the mood, and other adult matters. The personable Brooke proved to be a genuine, down home, sweetheart, of the variety that likes it up the butt.

See also:

- Five Best Exxxotica After-Parties in Fort Lauderdale: Teen Mom, S&M, and More

- Farrah Abraham Explains, the "Backdoor" in Backdoor Teen Mom Is "More Than Anal Sex"

- EXXXotica 2013: Gianna Michaels Enjoys Music That Provokes Emotion

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Alex Rendon