Zumanity Brings More Man Candy With ‘Scottish Fantasy’

Unveiling almost 10 years ago, Zumanity provides visitors with “the sensual side of Cirque du Soleil” at its Las Vegas home in the New York-New York Hotel & Casino. As the first “adult-themed” show in the Cirque du Soleil brand, Zumanity offers something for everyone, of appropriate age, regardless of gender and their sexuality to enjoy.

This year, the cabaret-style show introduces more man eye candy for those of us who appreciate the male form. In ‘Scottish Fantasy,’ we are given attention to a shirtless, dominating Scot, played by artist Alex Stabler. Stabler is decked out in a jockstrap-like, yellow plaid patteren kilt that is designed by Thierry Mugler, whom designed all the outfits in Zumanity.

Zumanity Scottish Fantasy

The actual act has not been included in show nor released yet, but Zumanity has already had their Scot out to walk around and take photos with the audience—probably building up some hype. See more pics on Facebook.

A behind the scenes video:

Another interest for gay viewers (and male loving fans) includes the ‘2 Men’ act, where two gentlemen have a tango dance fight over a woman, but end up falling for each other in the process—and seal the deal with a passionate exchange of kisses!

On a press trip this past summer, I got to witness the Zumanity experience. It is certainly one to check out while visiting Sin City. I’m gay myself, but every act got my attention as they brought on different senses. From tingling nervousness in the ‘Discloation‘ act, to intriguing vibes in the ‘Hoops‘ act, which totally now gives something to aspire to do with a hula hoop—or rather a bunch of hoops…while in the air.w

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About Andrew Villagomez

Andrew Villagomez is a lifestyle journalist, style photographer and owner of VeeTravels.com. He contributes to publications such as Details.com, Out Magazine, Logo TV's NewNowNext.com, Passport Magazine, Latina.com, Thrillist.com and more. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @VeeTravels

Posted on February 7, 2013, in Entertainment, Gay Travel, Travel and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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