Trixie is known for innovation and her approach to creating a traditional, classic burlesque act is no exception. Many classic acts rely heavily on historical recreation, lifting inspiration directly from the past with an emphasis on gowns, gloves and dancing; but Trixie created her Champagne Bubble Act as a way to pay homage to a classic style while putting creativity, personality and circus skill up front. Balancing it all in the right proportion...not too little, not too much. The act won 2nd Runner Up for Miss Exotic World in 2012 and featured a costume designed by NYC's drag-burleque wizard, Garo Sparo. The beading on the leotard was hand done by Trixie herself over a period of 4 months. She performs the act to an instrumental version of "That's Life" and still considers it to be one of her signature numbers.