A Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader
A Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader
I think Santa played a role in the Titans Cheerleader Pro Bowl selections this season. Because on his nice/naughty lists, Titans Cheerleader Captain Ashley P has to be at the top of Santa’s, and everyone else’s, Ultimate Nice list. Congratulations Ashley, and have a great time at the Pro Bowl!
You can learn more about Ashley at this link
Colts Cheerleader Natalie is in her seventh season, and now she is in seventh heaven, as Natalie is heading to the Pro Bowl as her team’s representative! Congratulations! Learn more about Natalie at this link.
[This article was originally published on Thehottestdanceteam.wordpress.com.]
Another week, another big game. This time, it was the Denver Broncos who rode into town to play the Chargers and like the Patriots last week, the Broncos brought a whole lot of orange clad fans to watch the festivities. And if you like field goals, this was the game for you as the Broncos kicked five of them in route to a convincing victory over the suddenly listless Chargers.
Final Score: Bucking Broncos – 22, Sparkless Chargers – 10.
With the victory, the Denver Broncos clinched the AFC West title and secured a spot in the playoffs. As for the Chargers, well…we have the Charger Girls in their blue velvet Christmas uniforms!
It was another beautiful day in San Diego…stop me if you heard this before…beautiful blue skies and sunshine. What that meant for me, photographically speaking, was mixed lighting in the first half and shadows in the second…just another day in paradise.
Okay let’s get on with our final game day report of the season and begin with the Captains: Katelyn, Clarisse, Angela M. and Natalie.
This week’s Charger Girl of the Day is one of my favorite Charger Girls to photograph and one that I can always count on for a great shot…introducing Angela M.
Angela is getting married soon, so this might be her last year on the squad. And I hear there might be a few more retirements among the more veteran Charger Girls…and I thought last year was a bad one with 14 veterans leaving the team. Well, I would encourage them all to reconsider retirement because you rarely get a second bite of the apple. And I got a $100 bucks for one CG in particular, if she returns…you know who you are.
From the Allen Americans blog:
Updates on Tessa’s condition are posted on this Facebook page. Tessa, we are collectively cheering you on as every day, in every way, things will get better and better!!
Start the new year right! Auditions are coming up for the Nashville Venom Dance Team. The Nashville Venom are the 2014 PIFL Champions and are looking to have another GREAT season!
Preliminary auditions will begin promptly at 12:45. Preliminary auditions are closed to the public and will only be open to those auditioning.
Wardrobe: two piece dance attire- Stomach must be shown, Tennis shoes or Dance shoes, surface is concrete/gym floor
For the latest information or contact information, visit their website at www.nashvillevenom.com/dance-team.html or look them up on Facebook
MANA — For 11-year-old Kekaha Pop Warner cheerleader Alia Apuna, getting to learn from some of “America’s Sweethearts” was an opportunity like no other.
“I’m excited because I saw them on TV before,” Apuna said. “(I want to learn) new stuff like jumps, cheers, stunts, all that stuff.”
She had that chance Monday when the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders visited Kekaha as part of a United Service Organizations and Armed Forces Entertainment-sponsored tour of military bases.
“It’s great morale for the sailors for tours like this to happen, said Mathew Diendorf, Mass Communications Specialist 1st Class, who has been in the service for 13 years. “Honestly, it doesn’t matter who it is. It could be cheerleaders from any team. It wouldn’t matter. It could be football players from any team. It could be celebrities in general. It’s just somebody showing appreciation for what the sailors, airmen and soldiers do.”
Six Dallas cheerleaders signed autographs and took photos with dozens of servicemen and servicewomen, and their families, as they toured the Pacific Missile Range Facility.
“We travel the world visiting military. Honestly, it’s the most incredible thing I’ve ever done,” said Cowboys cheerleader Jinelle Esther, who is in her second season with the squad. “The last two years have been such a whirlwind experience for me. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would end up here.”
George Hanna, an officer in charge stationed in Okinawa, Japan, is visiting Kauai on business. Hanna said he’s a big Cowboys fan and is happy his trip coincided with the cheerleaders’ visit.
“This is actually my first opportunity to meet the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, really any of the cheerleaders,” he said. “I’ll be the talk of the town, as far as my friends. Nothing better than this, or sweeter than this, to meet some of the cheerleaders.”
Following their tour around PMRF, the cheer squad stopped by the Kekaha Neighborhood Center to do a cheer clinic. About 35 cheerleaders from Kekaha Pop Warner and Waimea High School took part and met some of the NFL’s dancers.
“The people are super friendly — very welcoming,” said Cowboys cheerleader Jacie Veronica, who is in her third season in Dallas. “Getting the chance to talk one-on-one with the guys and girls in the military (is the best thing). I’m all about hearing people’s stories. That’s just what I enjoy, and everyone has their own story.”
Veronica said the cheer clinics became part of the USO tours last year and is glad to see it retained this year, too. On Monday, they taught Zumba, dance and cheer.
“It’s awesome. It’s all about energy,” Veronica said. “You want to put on a show for them so that they’re engaged.”
Apuna, who attends Waimea Canyon Middle School, added she’s going to tell her friends who weren’t able to attend how awesome it was to meet professional cheerleaders.
“They’re pretty amazing,” she said.
It’s an annual tradition: The Baltimore Blast Cheerleaders Xmas Game!
The NHL season is in full swing and the Lightning Hockey Club is on top of the Eastern Division standings. As hot as Tampa Bay is playing the Lightning Girls are also burning up the downtown Amalie Arena to near sell out crowds. Great entertainment evening—come on out to a game.
We added a large batch of photos, from multiple nights, to our album. Enjoy.
Cher and her future replacement
Rachael and Isabella
Taelor and Kelsey
Kori, Erica and Stefania
Heather, Taelor and Kelly
PHILADELPHIA — Three-year-veteran Alicia Marie Parks, from Palmyra, Pa., was selected to represent the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders at the 2015 Pro Bowl in Arizona.
She was announced to the sell-out crowd at Lincoln Financial Field Sunday night, at the end of the third quarter during the Eagles-Cowboys game.
2015 Audition Prep Classes
When: Monday January 5th at 8pm and Wednesday January 7th at 8pm
Where: Premiere on Sawmill
Registration is $15 per class, please wear clothes that allow you to move and dance freely. Prep class is not mandatory in order to attend auditions, but is highly encouraged.
2015 Auditions are January 17th-18th 2015
By Alex Restrepo
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