Victoria Mara Aragüés Gadea, a former dancer and illusionist, is well known for her vaginal magic presentation. She also goes by the names Sticky Vicky and Vicky Leyton in the workplace. She was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, on April 15, 1943.

She spent 15 years studying classical ballet before she began her dance career. She took part in a musical dance performance with her sister, a contortionist. She was given the stage name Vicky Leyton by a businessman, which she used for the rest of her life.

Later, she ran the El Molino theatre on Barcelona’s Avinguda del Parallel. She sued Mara Rosa Pereira, also known as “Sexy Barbara,” for using the stage name Sticky Vicky without her consent in 2001. The name Vicky used as her stage name was registered by Mara Rosa, who performed a similar play.


Sticky Vicky
Sticky Vicky

Even though Vicky prevailed in the Benidorm court, the name might perhaps be protected as a choreographic work, according to the Audiencia Provincial of Alicante, which overturned the decision on appeal.

Vicky’s final performance was in the autumn of 2015, only a few days before she underwent hip surgery. She was diagnosed with uterine cancer in February 2016, and at the age of 72, she announced her retirement.

Sticky Vicky Children: María Gadea Aragüés and Eduardo Romero Aragüés

Sticky Vicky’s children are two. She has a daughter named Maria Gadea Aragüés and a son named Eduardo Romero Aragüés.

María, who first watched her mother’s program when she was 13 years old, later decided to emulate her mother.


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