Naked Cowgirl to Premiere New Music Video in Times Square

By Mathew Katz on July 2, 2012 1:34pm 

The Naked Cowgirl gives a performance in Times Square.
The Naked Cowgirl gives a performance in Times Square.
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TIMES SQUARE — At least you'll have something to look at.

The Naked Cowgirl — the guitar-playing, skivvies-sporting female equivalent of Times Square's Naked Cowboy — is planning to premiere a music video to try and break into the world of pop.

The scantily clad dudette's single, "Ride It Like A Cowgirl," debuted on iTunes earlier this year, and her new video is set to debut at Times Square's Blue Fin restaurant on July 9, with free champagne and oysters for the public.

The Naked Cowgirl — real name Cindy Fox — will also teach partygoers to shimmy and shake to the song with her five-step "Ride it Like a Cowgirl Dance," a jig that the offbeat entertainer hopes will be "the biggest dance craze since the Macarena."

Fox's dance goes along with the song, which instructs dancers to "slide it, dip it low" and "giddy-up."

"It's fun, easy to learn and the song is very catchy," Fox said in a statement, noting that the risqué-sounding dance would appeal even to children. "People of all ages can do it and the kids love it!"

The performer is one of several "Naked Cowgirls" who perform in Times Square as part of the original Naked Cowboy Robert Burck's franchise.

The video features Fox accompanied by a crew of backup dancers in skin-revealing getups, bumping and grinding to the song inside a bar, along with a bikini-clad Fox gyrating in her element, the Crossroads of the World.

The "Ride It Like A Cowgirl" premiere party kicks off at 6 p.m. Mon., July 9. Admission is free.

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