LOS ANGELES — Nexxxt Level Talent Agency has announced that many of its performances have been nominated in the 2017 XBIZ Awards, including Cassidy Klein, Brandi Love, Lyra Law and Kleio Valentien. The 2017 XBIZ Awards will be held on Thursday, Jan. 12 at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles and hosted by Ron Jeremy.
Klein has been nominated for Female Performer of the Year, Best Actress, and Best Sex Scene.
“I've worked so hard this year, and it's an amazing feeling when hard work and effort are recognized,” Klein said. “Thank you, XBIZ, for all my nominations and my Performer of the Year nomination. I was not expecting so many.”
Love is up for MILF Performer of the Year.
“There has been one award that has eluded me for years: that of MILF Performer of the Year,” Love said. ”I hope this is the year I can bring home the gold for me and all my fans.”
Valentien is nominated for Best Actress for her portrayal of Harley Quinn in Axel Braun’s “Suicide Squad XXX,” released by Wicked Pictures.
“Playing Harley Quinn has been the role of a lifetime, and I can’t thank Axel Braun enough for believing in me for this part,” Valentien said. ”And I’m so happy that this character is being so well received by all the fans and critics alike.”
Law is competing for Best New Starlet.
“I always keep with the simple mind frame of treating every day at work like it’s the most important scene I’ve ever shot,” Law said.
Phillips is up for Best Sex Scene: Parody Release for her work with Kimberly Chi, Layla Price, Evan Stone and others in Devil’s Film’s “Storage Whore Orgy.”
“This was one of my favorite scenes shot this year, and I’m so glad that it was so well received,” Phillips said. “And I hope to be standing on stage thanking my fans and voters for this honor.”
Nexxxt Level Talent Agency was founded two years ago by adult industry veterans Jonathan Morgan and Andre Madness.
“Both Jonathan and I are very excited to see how much of an impact our clients have made on this industry,” Madness said, “and we hope that we can continue to help them continue this in the distant future as well.”