NEW YORK - Vivid Girl Meggan Mallone and AVN Media Network president Paul Fishbein gave away a trip for two to the 2009 AVN Awards this morning on "The Howard Stern Show."
In what Stern called a "human experiment," listeners Justin and Greg competed for the attention of infamous Stern show regular Beetlejuice to win the prize.
As Beetle entered the studio, Justin rattled his keys and managed to get the dwarf to walk over and shake his hand. When Stern asked Beetle why he went to Justin and not Greg, the feisty dwarf replied: "I don't know him. I don't know nothing."
Justin just got out of the U.S. military after two tours in Iraq. He was stationed in Germany with his wife in a Field Artillery unit.
"We love porn together," he said.
Justin received two VIP tickets to the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo Jan. 8-11 (adultentertainmentexpo.com) and the AVN Awards on Saturday, Jan. 10 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. The package includes airfare and hotel accommodations.
Fishbein said that runner-up Greg would receive a box of DVDs.
Mallone, the 22-year-old nominee for AVN's Best New Starlet of 2009, got Stern in a frisky mood as soon as she sat down.
"You look too good for porno," Stern joked.
She told Stern her specialty is giving "wicked" blowjobs and that her best movie is Vivid's Meggan and Hanna Love Manuel. She recalled improvising a fight scene with her friend and fellow Vivid girl Hanna Hilton for the movie, in which the girls battle for the affection of Manuel Ferrara.
"We tainted that guy," Mallone said of Ferrara, who is up for AVN's Male Performer of the Year award. She added that she spent time with Hilton while visiting New York for the Stern appearance.
Mallone, a former cheerleader from Houston, went on to tell Stern about how her mother called her from a liquor store when she spotted her on the cover of Hustler.
Meanwhile, Stern gave Fishbein some good-natured ribbing about his early Stern show appearances at NBC studios.
"I met him when he was a young guy. He seemed like a real bum, to be quite honest with you," Stern joked, recalling that Adult Video News was "like a sheet of paper" at the time.
"It seemed very sleazy," Stern said. "I thought this is never going to work. We thought you were going to be a total loser."
Mallone can be seen in 20 Questions and Strictly Conversation, both available from Vivid.com.