Ariel Demure Scores XRCOs Trans Performer of Year Nom for 2nd Year in a Row

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(Hollywood, CA) Smoking hot, glamorous, and versatile multi-award-winning trans performer Ariel Demure has been the go-to trans performer for studios like Transfixed, TransAngels, Evil Angel, TransSensual, and Gender X Films and their top directors. Her on-screen performances and acting chops have taken her far in the industry, and now she’s scored a Trans Performer of the Year nomination from the XRCO Awards for the second year in a row.

Last week, the nominees for the 2024 XRCO Awards were announced, and Ariel Demure made the coveted list for Trans Performer of the Year. Although the nominees look like a who-who list of the top trans performers, this will be her year to win it.

“I really hope the second time is the charm, and I take home the XRCOs trophy this year. It’s been a stellar year with some incredible projects and acting roles, so anything is possible,” says Ariel Demure.

The 40th Annual XRCO Awards will take place Sunday, May 5th, at Boardners in Hollywood and will be hosted by Lauren Phillips and Caitlin Bell. View the video announcing all the nominees at loyalfans.com/xrco.

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ABOUT ARIEL DEMURE

Ariel Demure is a chameleon who could be dark-haired, a redhead, or blonde on any given day. Her smoking hot looks harken back to the glamourous Vivid and Digital Playground contract stars who heated up the screen. And although she’s glamorous, she’s also down to earth and has a sparking personality and wit. Award-winning, sought-after directors like Ricky Greenwood and Jim Powers sing her praises for being the total package of beauty, professionalism, acting, and on-screen performances. At a young age, it was evident that she was destined for greatness when she snagged the crown for prom queen in high school. Ariel got her start in the industry in strip clubs, was a makeup artist who did drag performances under the name Liv Demure for five years at local show bars in Fort Lauderdale and worked retail before making the leap into adulthood.

With just a few years in the industry, Ariel is in demand and has worked for all the top studios and has appeared in over 80 scenes for Adult Time’s Oopsie! and Transfixed, Grooby, Evil Angel, TransAngels, Gender X Films, Devil’s Film, and Transsensual, and has scored tons of DVD covers. And she’s among the few stars to have a perfect 5-star rating from fans on Adult Empire.

Ariel has also received countless accolades for her work, and in 2023 she won Best Hardcore Performer, Fan Choice Award, and Best Boy/Girl Scene from the TEAs and Best Thespian – Trans/X and Best Trans One-on-One Sex Scene from the AVN Awards and Best Top, Best Threeway Scene, and Movie of the Year from the Fleshbot Awards. Additionally, she has received numerous AVN Awards nominations for Trans Performer of the Year, Best Thespian, Hottest Trans Creator Collaborator, Favorite Trans Porn Star, Best Trans Newcomer, and multiple noms for her scene work, TEAs nods for Best Hardcore Performer and scene work, Trans Performer of the Year from XBIZ, Best Transsexual Performer from NightMoves, Best Premium Social Media Star from the AltStar Awards, seven Fleshbot Awards noms for Trans Performer of the Year and her scene work, Best Transgender Performer of the Year from the Urban X Awards, and Trans Performer of the Year (twice) from the XRCOs. Ariel’s been profiled by AVN Magazine, who hailed her as one of the top newcomers when she scored four AVN Awards nominations in 2022, more than any newcomer in history.

Keep up with everything in Ariel’s world by following her on Twitter, IG, and Reddit at @ArielDemure. And watch some of her best content, including being on set, BTS, and her worldwide adventures, by subscribing to her OnlyFans onlyfans.com/arieldemure.



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