Earth, Wind and Fire Is Dead To Me

These people have ruined Earth, Wind and Fire for me…just kidding.

What does this have to do with professional cheerleading? Not a damn thing!

Updated Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders Bio Pages

2018 Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders bio pages have been updated.  Click here to check out your favorites MVCs and click here to view their bio videos.







Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cheerleaders, Part Two Of Final Preseason Game

Here’s another batch of photos from our coverage of the Buccaneers versus Jaguars preseason contest.


Kayla W.






Kayla A.


Our updated game album is HERE

Cheerleader Of The Game, Lindsay Of The ROAR

Congratulations out Lindsay for being selected by her teammates as an outstanding representative of the ROAR. Lindsay is in her 5th season and works as an Financial Advisor in the business world.

Lindsay, selected Cheerleader of the game. for the Jags.


NFL Preseason Week 2 – The Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders

Our Week 2 coverage of the NFL Preseason continues with the Atlanta Falcons Cheerleaders.  They have a brand new stadium and a good team, so this year’s prospects for the Atlanta Falcons are good.  Click here to view a gallery of images from their Week 2 game against the Chiefs.

Sea Gals Photos from Week 17

The Seattle Seahawks have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 17.  Click here to view the gallery.

Happy Holidays From

To our readers and the cheerleaders we all love, happy holidays!


Audition Tips From Simma Wear

Simma Wear has some good audition tips for the aspiring professional dancer.

My Top 5 Mental Tips For Defeating Nerves: 

1. Don’t say “Me Too” when your friend says she’s nervous. It may sound small, but you’re already putting yourself in a position to be defeated. You can still be humble and relatable without making small talk with the “I’m nervous” while waiting. Your mind set is everything, so don’t give into your environment.

2. Think of your audition as you’ve already made it. You’re already on the team, and it’s just a 2 min performance where your front and center. Think of it has it’s your time to shine and perform, not as it’s your time to make a team or be judged. Stop thinking of your audition as an audition! 

3. Distract yourself from emotions right before you audition. We all get lost in emotion, “What if I’m not pretty enough? I don’t remember the last step! Oh no I’m next to a returner!” Our thoughts can throw us into a panic. One of my favorite techniques is just to look around the room and state facts in your head. “There’s the Floor” “The wall is blue.” “There’s four chairs.” “The mirror is clean.” Of course, don’t make it seem like you’re going crazy, but slowly looking around the room and stating facts has a way of calming the mind and distracting you from the nerves.

4. Forget about trying to be perfect. Make your audition less about you and more about your audience. The more you focus on connecting with your audience than remembering every move, your nerves will continuously go away through your audition, especially if you see they’re enjoying it. I try to capture judges within the first 2 8 counts. That way if I don’t remember the ending of the routine, they won’t even care as I captured them with performance within the first couple of seconds. Once you build that connection on day 1, it’s easier to get through a week long audition knowing you already have them even more on your side!

5. Remind yourself how prepared you are! Well are you prepared? If you’re not, of course your going to feel nervous but if you’ve been putting in work, continuously remind yourself that your body will go into muscle memory when it comes to style and body positions.  Trust your body to do it’s job!


If you don’t know where to go to get prepared, our training program starts in January…

Find out more information at or click the link below!  (Out of state clients. Your program is coming soon!)

Learn More & Register Here!

Simma Wear Dancer/Cheerleader Training Program!

Simma Wear is beyond excited to announce the Simma Wear Training Program!

Simma Wear’s 3 month training program is designed for dancers to reach their highest potential and train as an NBA/NFL dancer!  We accept all dance levels and our goal is to shape dancers to make a pro sports dance team, or at the very least, dance like one!

Our program has 3 levels which includes several combinations of dance classes, interview prep, technique training, makeup/look shaping, fitness/nutrition guidance, freestyle tips, performing techniques, audition prep, head shot photo shoot, and a mock audition along with discounts and free gear from Simma Wear along with our additional sponsors. Our dance portion will focus on breaking down choreography performed at current NBA and NFL games, along with feedback from assistant coaches, former, and current dancers from all three bay area sports team.

Whether your goal is to make an pro dance team, network with other pro and aspiring dancers, or just improve on technique, dancing, and performance skills, each dancer will have a personalized strategy over the three months to focus on improvement while highlighting current strengths.

To learn more about the program or to register visit:

Registration Deadline: January 7th


Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders Photos from October

The Indianapolis Colts have posted a gallery of cheerleader images from their game against the 49ers.  Click here to view the gallery.

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Swimsuit Fashion Show

Press release from the Dolphins:

WHEN:                  Friday, Oct. 27, 2017

DOORS OPEN:     7:30 p.m.

WHERE:               Hard Rock Stadium, 347 Don Shula Drive, Miami Gardens, FL 33056

DETAILS:             The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders host their annual Swimsuit Fashion Show.

Tickets to the event can be purchased in advance for $25 or $30 at the door. The Annual will be available for purchase at the event for $20. Fans can go to to reserve tickets to this exclusive event.

The fashion show showcases swimsuit designs by DESPI swim, Brooke and Arrow, Meg Liz Swimwear, Luli Fama, PintArena Swimwear, Zannikini and Sincerely ALC.

The Annual can be pre-ordered prior to the unveiling through, and will ship in mid-November. The cost of the Annual is $19.99, plus shipping.

The proceeds from this Annual, photographed from Key West to Miami Beach, will help benefit the rebuilding efforts in the Keys and all the affected areas through the Miami Dolphins Foundation.

Ultimate Cheerleaders will cover the show and here are some photos released by the Dolphins of a few of the featured models.

Agustina is in second season on the team and is from La Plata, Argentina.

Adrianna is in her fourth season on the team and is from Parkland, Florida.

Agustina (click to enlarge)

Adrianna (click to enlarge)

The ROAR of the Jacksonville Jaguars

All week we will be presenting our coverage of the ROAR from the Rams v Jaguar game, so please tune in.

Caitlin, Line Captain





Taylor Kinsey Caitlin (click to enlarge)

Meagan (click to enlarge)

Start of our game album is HERE


Tip: Calibrate Your Monitor in Windows For Best Color Representation

I bought a new ultra book laptop and I was reminded that for the best color representation, you should calibrate your monitor. While perusing some of the websites that I frequent commonly, I noticed that the colors were a bit off…too yellowish green. Windows has a nice tool to calibrate your display and the following video shows you how to do so.

As for Mac users, I am at a loss as I am strictly a Windows guy. I suppose you’ll have to use google to figure out how to calibrate your Mac.

So, if you want to optimize your viewing enjoyment of this site and others, by all means calibrate your monitor!

Rochester Knightingales Dance Team Auditions on Saturday, Oct. 7

Rochester Knightingales dance team will hold auditions for the 2017-18 season on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Harro East Gym (400 Andrews St.). Candidates will have the opportunity to try out for one of the hottest dance teams in the National Lacrosse League from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Harro East aerobics room.

The Knightingales are dedicated women who are physically fit, talented in dance/cheer or promotional modeling who are able to present themselves in a professional manner. Because the Knightingales are influential role models to the youth in our communities, the team selects women who are committed to leading a healthy, productive lifestyle. In addition to performing at Knighthawks’ home games, the team supports community projects throughout the Greater Rochester area.

When attending auditions, please bring a professional resume, including related experience, a recent photo (photo will not be returned), and a valid license or passport. There is also a $20 non-refundable cash-only fee. Each dancer must follow the dress code provided by the Rochester Knightingales. Audition attire includes a sports bra or tank top, form-fitted shorts, nude tights or yoga pants/leggings, and sneakers or dance shoes. All individuals must have full hair and makeup (no ponytails), and no jewelry, except wedding or engagement rings.

Candidates must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED. Click here for the complete team eligibility guidelines and to register for tryouts

This year’s team will be under the direction of Emilie Schneider and Brenna Spencer. Emilie grew up in the town of Greece, where she first began taking dance classes. She is one of the veterans of the Knightingales as she enters her 13th season with the squad.

Brenna first began cheerleading and Irish dancing as a child and continued to study dance throughout high school and college. The Webster native was a member of the Nazareth dance team and the choreographer for the dance club. She began dancing professionally at age 18 and has been dancing and assisting with game-day direction for professional sports teams in Rochester, including the Raiders, Razorsharks, Lancers and Knighthawks.

The directors are looking to fill a variety of positions and are seeking women with personality and a willingness to learn. Knightingales participate in greetings, sales, team appearances, promotions, distributing giveaways, on-field performances, and in-stand dances.

For additional questions, please contact Emilie or Brenna at

Audition Dates, Times, Locations:
Saturday, Oct. 7 @ 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. 
Harro East Gym 
400 Andrews St. 
Rochester, NY 14604 
(Parking lot across the street on Andrews St.)’s Best of 2017 NFL Cheerleaders: Week 3 posted a gallery of cheerleader images from Week 3.   Click here to view the gallery.

These Associated Press photographers are pretty good!