The KISS Girls made their first team appearance before the Anaheim Ducks game last night, as part of the “25 Days of LA KISS-mas” campaign. (Check out the KISS-mas tree in the background!)
Hahahahahahahahah....Just kidding. These are four of the Anaheim Ducks Power Players, all KISS-ed out at last nights Ducks game, where LA KISS co-owners Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley debuted the official LA KISS football jerseys.
LA dancers, this could be you in just a few months! (Probably without the face paint, although one never knows…)
For those of you on the edge of your seats, awaiting news on this team…all I can tell you is that the team is currently interviewing candidates for the dance team director/coordinator. Hopefully they will have someone on board soon, and that person will have to hit the ground running.
I predict auditions will be in about six weeks, although I don’t know how much notice there will be. That seems like a long way off, but it means you have some time to get it together. Whatever you need to do to preserve/upgrade your sexy, start doing it now. If you’ve been out of the game for a while, get back in it. Hit the gym, hit the dance studio, eat clean, chug water, take your vitamins, read up on the team, do whatever you need to do so you can walk into that audition looking and feeling like YOU GOT THIS. Think about who will be standing to your right and left on audition day, and get to work.
The home opener is in less than four months!
In just their third season, the talent and dedication of the Gotham City Cheerleaders (GCC) has caught the attention of another international sports entertainment company for their second overseas appearance this year. This trip, however, is in search of elite dancers that aspire to perform with the GCC in New York for the GCC’s Super Tailgate Football Party during the week leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII.
Japan’s mega sports entertainment company, World Sports Community, Inc (WSC) launched their vision of a pro cheerleading team, Loicx Girls, as a means to open performance opportunities for aspiring dancers. The Loicx Girls have performed for various sporting events across the country and are now ready to make their New York City debut with the Gotham City Cheerleaders.
Ana De Villegas, Executive Director and Choreographer of the GCC, will teach an intense 2-day workshop that will run from 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m. together with GCC captain, BriAnna and 2nd year GCC veteran, Kaitlyn. What started as a workshop for Japanese dancers has now evolved to an audition process that will culminate with hundreds of dancers competing for ten (10) spots to join the GCC in New York City come January, 2014.
“It’s humbling and inspiring to travel abroad and teach dancers who want to join our team. What WSC is doing in Japan is in line with the spirit of the GCC, which is to provide avenues for dancers who work hard to live their dream of performing on numerous platforms,” said De Villegas. “We are excited about our new partnership with Loixc Girls and look forward to selecting the best dancers to join us for our blow out tailgate party. It’s innovative, it’s ambitious; it’s a reflection of the GCC’s foundation.”
Mic Eto, the CEO of WSC, is enthusiastic about the partnership with the GCC as they expand their company for sports fans in Japan. “I’m honored to hold this cheer dance event with the GCC. Japanese top level dancers will participate in this event and they are all looking forward to meeting these NYC dancers that they have been following on social media.”
New York dancers can also audition for the playoff season squad and GCC variety show team. The GCC is hosting a one day audition on Sunday, December 8, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at Equinox on Wall Street. For more information and to pre-register, dancers and promo models may visit: GothamAuditions.eventbrite.com.
By Cynthia Wolf
Another Sunday, another NFL game. This week, the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals came to town to test their mettle against the resurgent San Diego Chargers. In a game that had meaning for both teams, the Chargers stumbled and bumbled their way to a loss against the methodical Bengals.
Philip Rivers, coming off a huge performance against the Kansas City Chiefs, couldn’t continue the hot streak and failed to consistently move the Chargers into scoring position against a resilient Bengals defense. Three turnovers proved costly as the Chargers stumbled their way through the game.
Andy Dalton and the solid, but unspectacular Bengals offense sustained three scoring drives to score 17 points and that would be all the Tigers needed to dispatch the Chargers as the Boys in Blue could only muster 10 points.
Final Score: Bengals – 17, Chargers – 10.
Well that was a disappointing way to end the day. But there was at least one silver lining…the hottest dance team in the NFL, your Charger Girls!
As is custom around here, we begin this week’s coverage with the Line Captains: Katelyn, Natalie, Ariel, and Kara.
This year, I will be able to attend only 9 of the 10 home games this season, so this week we will have two Charger Girls of the Day. Our first honoree is a 2nd year veteran who hails from Las Vegas, Nevada…introducing Katie.
Our second honoree is one of my favorite Charger Girls to photograph. She is a third year Charger Girl and San Diego native…introducing Angela.
All that has been running through my mind since this past Sunday’s game is “WOW, I was selected as Pro Bowl cheerleader… Is this real life?!” I am so incredibly honored and thrilled to have been chosen by my teammates to represent us this year in Hawaii.
Pro Bowl has been a dream of mine since making the team 3 years ago and to see it actually happen blows me away! I couldn’t believe it was me who they were walking towards to announce, seeing it on the big screens in the stadium was so surreal. I feel very special to now be a part of an amazing and talented group women whom I’ve admired for so long. I hope that I will also inspire current and future Redskins Cheerleaders to put forth all their hard work and humbleness into everything they do. I promise to represent at Pro Bowl the way every WRC has who’s gone before me! I won’t let my team or the best fans in the NFL down!!
Thank you so very much to our director Stephanie, Jamilla and all the people behind the scenes for the complete surprise on the field. Having my parents there to share that with me is another moment that I will never forget. I feel very special to be a part of an amazing and talented group of Pro Bowl women, whom I’ve admired for so long. I hope that I will also inspire current and future Redskins Cheerleaders to put forth all their hard work and remain humble with everything they do. I promise to represent us at Pro Bowl in the same professional, upbeat and kind manner that all WRC Pro Bowl cheerleaders before me have done! I won’t let my team, or the best fans in the NFL, down!! The support from my teammates, family and friends means the world to me, I love you so much and THANK YOU!!! Aloha Hawaii, here I come!
See you there Redskins fans!!! HTTR!
Celebrate this holiday season with the 2013 Cheerleaders Autographed Holiday Poster! This full color, 11×17 poster is hand-signed by each member of the squad and features the New England Patriots Cheerleaders in their Santa’s helper outfits. It’s the perfect gift for every Patriots fan on your list!
This product is being made available as a Pre-Order and will begin shipping on December 9th.
Pre-order the poster here.
I can’t get the video to embed, but you can watch it here.
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