Audition for the NBA Newest Dance Team: The Charlotte HoneyBees

2014 HoneyBees Auditions
Saturday, June 7th
Time Warner Cable Arena
Registration begins at 9 pm
Auditions start at 10pm


Must be at least 18 years of age by June 7th, 2014 (must present valid ID)
Must have graduated from high school or received G.E.D.
Must have proper audition attire and footwear
You must be available every night during the week of boot camp (June 8th-June 15th)

Audition Day Tips:

Come dressed in your Hornets inspired dance gear. Show off your love for the Hornets in purple and teal! Must include a midriff top and shorts and non-marking shoes
Bring a warm up suit or cover up. Restrooms will be available but there will be no formal changing area
Concession stands will NOT be open, bring your own snacks and water

Frequently Asked Questions:

What should I do to prepare for Tryouts?
We suggest attending one of our prep classes to prepare you for the audition process

Do I need to have formal dance training?
No, you don’t know need to have any formal dance training. Dance skills are recommended but the judges will be looking for other qualities such as physical fitness, entertainment factor, and personality

Can my friends and family come to auditions?
Yes! Our open audition is open to the public so your friends and family can support you for round 1. Buzz City will be alive and supportive that night to start our new era of HoneyBees.

What do I need to wear to auditions?
Middrif top and shorts with a “Hornets” vibe. Outfit should utilize Hornets colors. Be creative, be sexy, and show your love for Buzz City. Must wear non-marking soled shoes. Tennis shoes or dance shoes recommended.

How should I wear my hair and make up?
Please come with your hair styled and your makeup on.

Will there be compensation?
Yes, HoneyBees are paid for home games, appearances, and rehearsals.

What is the time commitment and is this a full time job?
This is a part-time job, all HoneyBees must either have another full time job or are taking classes. Dancers must be able to commit to a full NBA game schedule as well as 2-3 rehearsals per week from August 2014 – May 2015. If you are unable to commit to rehearsals and games you should not audition

What are some of the perks of being a HoneyBee?
Exciting photo shoots, international travel, team-building events, opportunity to participate in charitable events, tickets to Hornets games, just to name a few!

What other dates should I be prepared for in June?
You should be prepared for the entire 8 days of Bootcamp (June 8-15th). You should also be prepared to attend events on the following dates: June 19th, June 23rd, June 26th, and June 27th-29th

If you have any further questions, please email HoneyBees Coach Brandii McCoy at

Follow the Lady Cats on Twitter and Instagram for tips and tricks leading up to tryouts @theladycats

North Jersey Audition Opportunity

Auditions for the 2014 Bearfoot Dancers will be held on Sunday, April 27th at ‘All 4 Dance Performing Arts Studio’ 155 Roseland Ave #7 Caldwell, NJ 07006.

Registration begins at 9:30am and the Audition begins at 10:00am.

The Bearfoot Dancers are a Major League Dance Team who performs for the Somerset Bears Football Team. The Bearfoot Dancers also perform for charity and community events throughout NJ.

Please RSVP to or email with any questions.

Fruita Grad Makes Broncos Cheer Team

April 19, 2014

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders held tryouts a couple of weeks ago and one of the newest recruits started her career on the Western Slope. Katie Martin was one of 26 girls to make the team.

Martin spent four years on the Fruita Monument High School POMS team. After graduation she went to CSU where she is now a junior studying Fashion Merchandising. She has been on the CSU dance team since her freshman year and a few of her teammates will join her in the Mile High city.

“The girls are so amazing and just seeing how close they are with each other… I’m just so excited to build those relationships with them,” Martin said.

The tryout process she went through was a little over a week long and over 200 dancers tried out. There was a series of routines she had to learn, interviews and tests about football.

“So many people have helped me,” Martin said. “My parents have helped me so much and supported me through everything I have done and I have had so many dance coaches along the way at Fruita and at CSU.”

Her mother, Sheryl Martin, says it was one of the most intense audition experiences she has ever been through. About halfway through tryouts Martin pulled her hamstring, but pushed through and was still able to perform well.

“It was fun going through it with her even though it was nerve wracking and very stressful. It was really a hard audition to go through,” Sheryl said.

Her parents have been there every step of the way and couldn’t be more proud. They plan to attend every home game and even travel to some away games. Her family, including her brother, even went to Denver for the last night of auditions to cheer Martin on.

“I couldn’t be more proud,” Sheryl said. “I have watched her since she was a little girl dancing and wanting to do this so I think it is pretty inspiring to live a dream.”

Katie said the most vital part about tryouts was being physically fit because the routines were so high energy. The team has already started prepping for football season and they will have a training camp during May. Martin won’t be on the CSU team anymore, but she will have to drive to Denver a few times a week for practice.

“I’m most excited for the first game when I get to be in the stadium and on the field and it’s real, because right now it just doesn’t seem like it’s real at all,” Martin said.

Scenes from Pats Finals

Final auditions for the 2014 New England Patriots Cheerleaders took place yesterday. Click here for photos from the event.

Phoenix Reborn: The 2014 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Auditions

Spring time is the season of renewal and like the Phoenix rising from the ashes, each year hundreds of hopefuls tryout out for NFL cheerleading teams that hope to renew their squads.  For the Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders, it is a new era.  Under the leadership of incoming director Erin La Grassa, the 2014 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders look to build upon the past and add to the tradition of excellence established by former director Heather Karberg.

This past weekend, over a hundred young women tried out for the 2014 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders in a season where the local team will host the Super Bowl and Pro Bowl.  Held over the course of several days, the auditions include three rounds of dancing, an interview portion, and a physical fitness/agility test.

Continue reading Phoenix Reborn: The 2014 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Auditions

Philadelphia Fight Vixens Dance Team Auditions Are May 4

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Vote for your favorite Vikings Cheerleader finalists

Who do YOU want to see on the team? Click here to cast your vote on!

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Eagles Cheerleaders SemiFinals

Ten Days after the Eagles Cheerleaders Open Call Auditions, the Semi-Finals (which also featured returning veterans) took place at the Eagles NovaCare Complex in South Philadelphia.


Hopefuls make their way from the practice bubble and across the parking lot.

After eight seasons, Alicia is hanging up her poms.





Next up: Finals on Monday, May 5th at The Kimmel Center.

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Vikings Cheerleader Auditions Continue

The Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders sure know how to do it up big. Not only are their final auditions open to the public, but so are the semis. This year’s semi final audition took place last night in Minneapolis. The 54 semifinalists competed in on stage interview, swimsuit walk, and dance solos. At the end of the evening, the ladies with the top ten highest scores were announced. Later this year, those ten ladies will compete for the cover of the annual MVC swimsuit calendar.

Click here to watch video from last night’s event.
And click here for more on the official MVC facebook page!

Congrats to the top ten: Kristin, Elyssa, Kayla, Blair, Brooklyn, Kristy, Kaylee, Lauryn, Taylor and Rachel!

Congratulations 2014 San Diego Charger Girls!

This year’s team, which was announced last night, is evenly split between veterans and rookies, and includes two Angelas, two Angelicas/Anjelicas, two Bridgets, and a set of twins. Click here for photos from finals, and click here for video!

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