Victoria Mara Aragüés Gadea is a retired dancer and illusionist best known for her vaginal magic show. She also goes by the names Vicky Leyton and Sticky Vicky professionally. She was born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, on April 15, 1943.
She spent 15 years studying classical ballet before beginning her career as a dancer. She participated in a musical dance performance with her sister, a contortionist. She was given the stage name Vicky Leyton by a businessman, and she used it for the rest of her life. Later, Leyton ran El Molino, a theatre on Barcelona’s Avinguda del Parallel.
Vicky sued Mara Rosa Pereira (also known as “Sexy Barbara”) in 2001 for exploiting the stage name Sticky Vicky. Vicky’s longtime stage name was registered by Mara Rosa, who put on a comparable show. Vicky triumphed in the Benidorm court, but the decision was overturned on appeal by the Audiencia Provincial of Alicante, which decided that the name may eventually be protected as a choreographic work even though Vicky had won in the Benidorm court.
Vicky’s final performance was in the fall of 2015, a few days before she underwent hip surgery. She received a uterine cancer diagnosis in February 2016 and, at the age of 72, announced her retirement.
Why is Vicky Called Sticky Vicky?
The dancer chose that name as her stage name due to her vaginal magic show.