JJ: Welcome Jessica. It's a pleasure to have you with me today. I've been looking forward to his for a while.
How did you get into the industry?
Jessica: When I started I was working as a dancer at night in the club but during the day I was doing Private shows and skimpy shifts all for Penthouse Club which culminated in the 18 hour days so doing 3 different jobs in the Penthouse Club. I was doing 11am til 5am and was getting around 4 hours sleep. I was working 7 days a week and I was completely drug free and I just couldn't make time to have a life so I thought I'd try escorting as that would give me flexibility and the ability to spend more time with my family.
JJ: I think escorting can give someone a lot of freedom and control or their life. It's something I find to be am massive plus side to it for the girls.
What's the best thing about the industry?
Jessica: I love meeting people from all over the world and from all walks of life. I get to experience so many different cultures through them. I've learned over time that different cultures have different requirements and they have different introductions which is nice to know.
JJ: It's the little touches like that which make you exceptional at what you do.
What's the worst thing about the industry?
Jessica: Timewasters. As I don't work from my apartment I have to take time to get ready and ensure I'm able to give the client the service and time they deserve. Connection is important and building that intimacy can take time to build. But if timewasters cancel last minute I've already gotten ready and then it's been for nothing.
JJ: I think timewasters are the worst thing in the industry. They have no idea how much time and effort the girls put in.
What's the funniest thing to happen to you whilst working?
Jessica: The funniest thing has been one of my beautiful friends who was new to the industry had a client who wanted her to use a strap on and they had discussed safe words etc. I was in the room next door and all I could hear was the guy shouting and screaming corn really really loudly. After he left I asked why he was shouting corn and she told ne he made the safe work Unicorn but he couldn't get the word out haha.
JJ: I can imagine he wished he'd picked a shorter safe word haha.
What are you up to at the moment work wise?
Jessica: I'm focusing on a new business which is a new advertising platform a bit like Scarlet Blue and Available Angels. They've both been big supporters of what I'm trying to do. The Royal Room is different though, people will have to pay to be members of the site which should reduce the number of timewasters. I'll only be taking on 300 Girls Australia wide. I want the girls on The Royal Room to create experiences.
JJ: It sounds like that will be keeping you very busy in the near future but it sounds like you have a great thing going with it.
Where can people find you online?
Jessica: I can be found on Twitter @jessicabardot1, I can also be found on Available Angels, Punter Planet and people can email me at Jessica_bardot@yahoo.com.au
JJ: Well I for one enjoy following you as you post some great things and amazing pictures.
What's the best thing about sex?
Jessica: It's the human connection, I love my repeat and regular clients because the sex is always amazing. I feel more of an intimate connection with them and they trust me and open up. Discretion is what makes them feel safe with me.
JJ: What really turns you on?
Jessica: Intelligence for sure. I love a man who can impress me with his intelligence. I also get turned on by my regular clients because I know every time they come back the Sex is going to be getting better.
JJ: Well I'm going to start reading a lot more books and increasing my intelligence at a very rapid rate haha.
The question we all wait for every interview, what's your favourite film?
Jessica: I don't really have a specific favourite film but I do like films that inspire so things like Good Will Hunting, The Help or the Blindside.
JJ: Inspiring films are always good to watch. I find myself watching those kind of things on a Sunday for some reason.
Where is your favourite place to go on holiday?
Jessica: I love going up to the North West Kimberleys it's where I grew up when I was younger. The thunder storms there are truly amazing. When I was a kid my mum had a dance studio and I was sat on the wooden floor and the thunder was so strong the floor vibrated and I bounced up and down haha. Whilst I'm there I love doing some river fishing and seeing Elephant Rock.
JJ: I'll definitely have to visit there sometime as I am a sucker for thunder storms. I'll await for my invite haha.
Tell me one thing about yourself I wouldn't know just by looking at you?
Jessica: I used to be a full time Musician. I've got over 300 original songs and I'm also working on two books. One about my life and one about the industry. With the books I hope it allows me to connect with more people. It will also be able to open conversations in Australia about things like how the government need to step up and help the single mums who need the support as that's something we are failing on.
JJ: I've heard you singing and I was blown away with how talented you are. Beautiful, intelligent and talented. It's great that you want to raise issues such as the single mums. I think that's something every government globally needs to step up with.
What's been your biggest achievement in life or career?
Jessica: how do we define an achievement. Is it about the number of people I've counselled or is it by the number of modelling competitions I won when I was younger. It's hard to define but I will always answer the same thing regardless and that's always my children are my biggest achievement.
JJ: I think children are always the biggest achievement anyone can have. Especially when you do such an amazing job or raising them too.
What's been the hardest thing you've had to overcome?
Jessica: I broke my neck when I was 17. I had to be in halo traction for 6 months. I couldn't feed myself, couldn't go to the toilet alone, I had to relearn how to walk and it was a tough journey. Who would have thought I could have beenmodellig successfully after something like that.
JJ: That's impressive that with all the struggles you had you've managed to come back and not only get a normal life but you've excelled in your life so spectacularly.
What's the nicest thing a client has ever done for you?
Jessica: The nicest thing a client took me to the Maldives for a week. But I've been so blessed and lucky to appreciate the small things that mean so much too. I have a client who brings me a card every visit and we just chat, hang out, it's nothing sexual we just connect. He shows me he appreciates me through little actions.
JJ: It's nice when people can show you in little ways that mean so much to you.
What's one bit of advice you'd give to someone getting into the industry?
Jessica: Stay true to yourself, be unique and don't compare yourself to other women. Think about how you want to promote your business and how you want to attract your clientele.
JJ: Thats some great advice. Concentrate on yourself. Focus on what you need to do and not what others are doing.
Finally, what's the weirdest rumour you've heard about yourself?
Jessica: The worst rumour I've heard is that I'm a snob, which is certainly not the case. I don't judge anyone ever.
JJ: I can confirm you are so far from being a snob. You're so down to earth it's really refreshing.
I'm so glad we got you on here and it's been a pleasure getting to know you and I've got a dinner waiting for you when I'm next in Australia.