Sunny Lane Wraps Déjà Vu Photo Shoot

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Déjà Vu contract star Sunny Lane has seen enough lights, camera and action over the past three days to last a lifetime as her extended photo shoot for Déjà Vu finally comes to an end, a representative said.

Déjà Vu’s Trace Grundstrom captured the essence of Lane during a three-day still photography shoot that also included some video promotional work at the Déjà Vu nightclub in North Hollywood, Calif.

The calendar and promo shots will be used as part of the 2008 Girl Next Door Tour that will see Lane visiting Déjà Vu nightclubs and their affiliate retails outlets throughout the U.S. and around the world.

“This is really exciting but I tell you this has really been a long three days," Lane said. "We must have taken thousands of photos. But to get to work with Déjà Vu like this is wonderful,” Lane said.

The Florida native recently signed a deal to become the first-ever Déjà Vu contract star and plans are in full swing to get the adult starlet out to meet fans worldwide. With one of the busiest schedules in all of entertainment, Lane has been jetting in and out of Los Angeles for appearances and a multitude of projects leaving little or no time for relaxation, according to a representative.

“You know, at the end of the day I think it’s really worth it and I’m glad I’m super busy like this,” she said. “I can’t wait to get out and meet even more new fans with Déjà Vu.”

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