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Tristan Kingsley

Fresh off her surprise appearance during Super Bowl XLIII, Tristan Kingsley is enjoying the spoils of such situations: new found fame — or infamy, depending on your outlook of the adult entertainment industry — and all that it entails. In this case, lots of interviews with blogs and such (check out the lead image). We were lucky enough to be apart of that list. What we have is an impromptu phone discussion with my meager translation attempts. Seeing how she was pressed for time, I limited my part to the basics.

IF: Were you watching the Super Bowl and when did you find out about your appearance?

Tristan Kingsley: No, I was in Los Angeles at the time of the Super Bowl. I found out about the clip from a friend who called me Monday night.

IF: What are your thoughts on your new found fame?

TK: Initially, I was shocked when I found out, then very excited. Realizing thousands of people got to see me makes me happy. The increased recognition is also a bonus, as is the publicity, which should lead to more work.

IF: How do you feel about the unsuspecting viewers who didn’t anticipate seeing a porn clip during the Super Bowl? What about any kids that were exposed?

TK: I have mixed reactions after seeing the reports and reading the responses and comments on the Internet. On one hand, I’m completely apologetic to the families whose kids were exposed to the clip. I have kids myself and would never subject them to a porn movie. They are called adult movies for a reason. On the other hand [this part was aimed at the offended adults], we’ve all had sex and we’ve all seen a penis.

IF: Are there plans to capitalize off of Sunday’s mishap?

TK: We’ve discussed making a spoof movie of the Super Bowl. (ED: I wholly support this idea.)

IF: How does it feel knowing you got the kind of publicity companies had to pay millions for? Your clip was essentially the most popular commercial.

TK: That’s exactly right. I got all this publicity and recognition and I didn’t have to pay like Budweiser did. Obviously, I’m excited about being one of the more popular stories to come out of the Super Bowl. I’m expecting it to help my career a great deal.

IF: Does this event warrant a mention at the next AVN awards?

TK: Yes it does.

IF: Considering you missed the Super Bowl you are famous for, are you now a fan of the game? Will you be watching it in the future?

TK: (Laughing) I am definitely a fan of the Super Bowl now.

Can you blame her? As indicated, Tristan is one of the most memorable people to come out of the Super Bowl, even more so than Janet Jackson’s “malfunction.” Thanks to some chicanery over at Comcast’s Tucson location, Tristan and Super Bowl XLIII are synonymous with one another.

There are certainly worse things to be famous for.

Furthermore, she was adamant about her apologies to any children who were subjected to the clip. While she thinks the adults might need to lighten up some, Tristan firmly believes children are not to be exposed to the work she does. She is, however, not afraid to use her new fame to further her career — like any smart person would do. We are a society of 15-minutes-of-fame junkies and seeing someone capitalize on it helps make the world go around.

In closing, I want to reiterate my support for the Super Bowl spoof movie, and if they need a blogger to review and/or do on-location consultation — you know, for accuracy purposes — I submit this post as my official volunteer notice.

If you’d like to keep up with Tristan’s adventures, you can so at her blog (NSFW).