Sticky Vicky’s death was confirmed earlier today
Benidorm legend, Sticky Vicky, has sadly died at the age of 80.
The news of her death was confirmed by her daughter, who wrote: “I can’t believe it. I regret these words, my mother Sticky Vicky passed away today at 6 in the morning, I can’t believe it.
“She has gone, surrounded by her family, with all of our love.
“I thank God for being able to always be by her side, I am left with a broken heart.”
Sticky Vicky, whose real name is Victoria Maria Aragues Gadea, was born in 1943 in Tenerife.
The trained ballet dancer went onto become an icon in Benidorm as a result of her exotic performances and her magical vaginal show.
While many considered Vicky’s act as sexual, she herself did not deem it to be pornographic, saying: “To do what I do you must have a lot of delicacy. It is necessary to give it a touch of elegance”
A local legend in Alicante, Vicky went onto become a household name in the UK after numerous references to her in the hit ITV comedy, Benidorm.
Sticky Vicky’s daughter, Maria, followed in her mother’s footsteps and became a star of Benidorm’s strip herself.
Adopting her mum’s stage name, Maria took over the family business back in 2016. It’s believed Maria was always intended to take over from her mother as she began watching her mum’s shows at the age of just 14.
Now, the legacy of Sticky Vicky stands on Maria’s shoulders.