The story of how Georgia (a.k.a Chesty Fernando a.k.a Candy Go-Fast) and Morgan (a.k.a B-Asian a.k.a Rubberlegs) came together is a medium length but maximumly interesting one.
Orphaned at age 6, Morgan was left to fend for herself on the gangland streets of Japan. She was found and taken in by a group of Japanese B-Girls/Street Fighters, raised on a steady diet of Break dance battles and knife fights. She went pro with break dancing at the tender age of 6 and a half and by 6 and three quarters was known across Japan as ‘Awabi Sakami’, or ‘Little Dancing Fight Monkey’. After defeating Japan’s most formidable break-dancers, she left for Europe to take on the world.
Georgia’s upbringing was an infinitely different but similarly awesome one. Raised by her father, a professional roller skater and her mother, a well known stripper in the depths of Arkansas, Georgia took to dancing at age 5 and three months. Influenced heavily by her father’s wheeled moves and her mothers topless seduction, Georgia is widely regarded as the inventor of the unique “Rollerstripping” style, made famous in such dance based movies as “Roll n’ Strip” and “You got Rollerserved”. Her peculiar dance style earned her many competition wins across the United States. Looking to broaden her roller-horizons, Georgia left for Spain to enter the WBC or World Break dancing Championships. It was here, in Spain, that the two would finally meet.
After annihilating the competition, the two met in the final dance-off. Morgan opened with a Rice-pot Headspin followed by a Wassupwasabi, but Georgia answered strongly with a Titty Slap to Flaps in yo’ Face. The two traded blows for over an hour, until the match was finally declared a draw. Out of sheer respect Morgan did not end the match with her traditional knife fight sacrifice.
The after party for the event was held at Barcelona’s famous “Tap-Ass” Club. Celebrating their win in style, Georgia and Morgan began dancing with the resident DJ (Spanish Playboy and general man about town, DJ Antipasto). Antipasto, being the well-known Spanish DJ that he was, began making vile, abject attempts to become physically engaged with Georgia. Citing this as a direct threat on the pair’s dignity, Morgan instantly utilised her Yakuza based knife fighting skills, murdering Antipasto eight times before he hit the ground. Whether or not this was premeditated is still a matter for the courts.
The party vibe did not subside due to the unfortunate death of Antipasto, as Morgan and Georgia jumped in to the DJ booth and took control of the decks, playing the music that inspired their break dancing styles, from Ghetto Hip Hop to the disco infused beats that played such a big part in the development of Rollerstripping. Local club magnate Alfonso Bondpants noticed the pair’s unique skills and instantly offered them a residency.
Since then Georgia and Morgan have made Australia their home, playing at Good Vibrations Festival, Playground Weekender, Future Music Festival as well as securing residencies at The Ivy (where they have supported Kelis), Chinese Laundry and Ladylux.
As a team, they are something. Something something.
Mark R. Brownie Esq.