Porn star enjoying notoriety following her boobs’ Stanley Cup appearance
Taylor Stevens, the busty adult film actress whose breasts made big news thanks to their tank-top-bursting appearance next to head coach Pete DeBoer’s head during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the DeBoer-led New Jersey Devils and the hometown Los Angeles Kings, is currently enjoying a newfound level of notoriety thanks to her assets being prominently displayed and documented during Wednesday night’s broadcast.
Her up-close-and-personal appearance during the Stanley Cup Finals has garnered so much attention outside the realm of her customary fanbase that she was a guest on TSN 1050 in Toronto.
A transcript of part of her not-so tit-for-tat tête-à-tête on sports talk radio follows.
As transcribed by Puck Daddy (audio available here):
How did she get those seats?
“I have a friend of mine that brought me the tickets, and it was a really, really nice because it’s been a rough year for me,” she said. “I wanted to be there, and I just happened to be right behind [DeBoer] at that opportune moment.”
Did she know she had become a Twitter sensation?
“I didn’t,” she said, “I don’t know if people really know but at those types of games it’s really hard to get Wi-Fi. I had a friend of mine text me to say, ‘I just saw you!’ and I was like, ‘that’s cool.’ I really had no idea until I had gone out, got a few emails and then after the game it just blew up.”
Did she offer DeBoer anything during the game? You know, like advice?
“No, I really wanted the Kings to win last night, so it was kind of crappy,” she said. “I still think they’re going to come back to win it.”
About the “rough year” Stevens alludes to in the interview: she had to deal with a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma last year and underwent radiation therapy. But Stevens battled through it with a resilient, positive attitude, saying, “I still try to take life and enjoy all the moments that I can. That’s why I love going to sporting events. I try to live every day of my life to the fullest.”