Sunny Leone, 'Bare Lady 2' Make N.Y. Daily News

Tod Hunter
NEW YORK — Performer Sunny Leone and the new Fox Reality show "My Bare Lady 2: Open for Business" was the focus of an article in Monday's New York Daily News.

"My Bare Lady 2: Open for Business" features Leone, Casey Parker, Brooke Haven and Veronica Rayne living and working together to try to run a business under the guidance of executive coach Mike Mataraza.

"I treat my career, my image, as a business already," Leone said.

The article mentions Leone's status as 2003 Penthouse Pet of the Year, her contract with Vivid Entertainment, her website and production company, and also mentions her mainstream credits, including "Pirate's Blood," a Bollywood movie.

"Sunny is very, very smart. When she came into our interview, we knew right away she was right for the show," said Bob Boden, Fox Reality Channel senior vice president of programming and production. "When we did the focus group for the first series, we found women, by and large, were not at all turned off by the idea of putting [adult performers] on the show. I think men and women find adult entertainment stars very interesting. It certainly is a unique occupation they have."

"My Bare Lady 2: Open for Business" is produced by Zig Zag Productions.

Programming on Fox Reality Channel can be accessed more than 40 million subscribers and is also available through broadband, mobile devices and digital platforms such as iTunes and Hulu.

The article can be seen on the Daily News website.

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