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Q&A with the Eagles Pro Bowl Cheerleader

So the Pro Bowl is tonight in sunny South Florida, don’t forget to tune in. On the sidelines representing the Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders is three-year veteran Lauren. About this time last year Lauren was in Japan as part of an NFL Cheerleader good will tour. Before she left for the Pro Bowl, she took some time out of her busy schedule to answer a few of our questions.

How long have you been dancing?

I started cheering when I was three. My neighbor was a coach and
brought me to all of her practices to give my mom a break. I usually
just cried to go home, but by the time I was 5 I loved it! At Philly
cheerleading competitions there are usually 2 categories: All Around
Cheer and Halftime (all dance). As for technical dance, I didn’t start
dancing until college.

Were you on any squads/teams in HS or College?

I cheered for Cardinal Dougherty High School and was on Gwynedd- Mercy College’s Dance Team.

Why did you decide to try out for the Eagles Cheerleaders in the first

I have always been a HUGE Eagles fan and loved the Cheerleaders. I
guess being on the team is something I have wanted since I was a l
little kid. My family has the Thanksgiving tradition of going to the
Parade every year and the cheerleaders were always the highlight for
me. Also in high school my team won a competition and the prize was to perform with the Eagles Cheerleaders during pre-game. I am pretty shy though so it took a lot for me to actually have the confidence to

How were you selected to be the Eagles Cheerleader Pro Bowl Rep?

The veterans on the cheerleading squad display interest in being
selected for the Pro Bowl. Then a panel from the Eagles Organization
selects a representative.


What kind of preparations have you been making for the trip to the Pro

I have been doing P90X to work on strength and stamina. There is a
Battle of The Beauties competition, which is a beach competition
between AFC and NFC cheerleader reps. My brothers and fiance have also been helping me practice my volleyball and football skills. It will be a lot more fun in Sunny Florida, it’s very cold here in Philly right
now! And of course, I have been learning and perfecting the
choreography that we will be performing at Pro Bowl.

What was your trip to Japan like?

Japan was an amazing experience. I had the opportunity to visit a US
Military Base, promote the NFL and the Eagles through various media
interviews, judge a NFL Cheer Challenge, shop on Harashuku Street, and eat lots of sushi. I didn’t want to miss the NFC Championship game, so I watched it in Tokyo at 4:00 AM! It was an intense tour and we had so much to do. The eight cheerleaders who we had never met prior to this became a strong team so quickly.

What kind of reaction did NFL Cheerleaders get from folks in Japan?

A very positive and enthusiastic reaction. We were treated so well.
After a Japanese woman cheers for the NFL and returns to Japan she has so many opportunities through various media channels and career options. The Japanese have a great respect for NFL cheerleaders. Their reaction and turnout to events helped me to realize how internationally loved and respected the NFL is.

What’s been the most memorable part your time as an Eagles Cheerleader?

The most memorable part are the women I have worked with and friends that I have made. I love everything that it entails, from the games to the variety of appearances we are involved in. I especially enjoy the Junior Cheer Clinic, this is such a special day for the girls. The calendar trips to beautiful and exotic places are also a highlight.

What’s one thing you’d like fans to know about you, that would probably surprise them?

I am an autism treatment therapist and special education teacher. I absolutely love my career. The children I have worked with have taught me more than I could ever teach them.

[Lauren at PhiladelphiaEagles.com]

Bearsden cheerleader Anna is a calendar girl

sr2010cal_anna_cropBy Allan Valente
Bearsden Hearald (UK)

BEARSDEN cheerleader Anna Robertson and the Scottish Rockettes defied the big freeze to once again produce a swimwear calendar in a bid to raise money for charity.

The top UK pro dance team produce an annual calendar, with this year’s proceeds going to Cash for Kids and CHAS [The Children’s Hospice Association Scotland].

Anna, a former Boclair Academy pupil from Killermont View, is currently enjoying her first season in the squad and is delighted the Rockettes can do their bit.

She said: “We get paid to go abroad and perform and stay in fancy hotels and it is great to be able to give something back.

“We do a lot of charity gigs as well, which we don’t take fees for, and we help with the running of the night, as well as entertaining guests.”

The Rockettes enjoyed a busy 2009 which saw them wow crowds at SPL football games and appear on Hogmanay programme Only an Excuse, as well as continuing their weekly performances supporting the Glasgow Rocks basketball team at Kelvin Hall on Sunday nights.

The cheerleading squad looked to keep the costs down during the shoot in order to maximise the profit going to charity.

Anna said: “We all chipped in and used a photographer that we knew for the shoot. The G1 Group provided us with locations at various nightclubs in Glasgow, like Kushion, and we all did our own make-up.

“The calendar is a great way to raise money. This isn’t just a part-time job for us, we like to do what we can for charity as well.”

Maryland Maniacs Dancers Auditions

maniacsWant to become a Maryland Maniacs Dancer?
Dance Auditions are almost here!

The Maryland Maniacs (www.marylandmaniacs.com) will be having auditions for the 2010 dance team! Home games will be played at University of Maryland’s Cole Field House and dance practices are held in Greenbelt, MD at our sponsor gym. The Maniacs Dance Program is looking to having an exciting and action packed year!

R U A Maniac?!

Dates: Saturday, February 13, 2010 and Sunday, February 14, 2010
Time : 12 pm – 4 pm
Location: Gold’s Gym 6222 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770
Cost: $20*

Audition Attire:
Form fitting crop top (No T-shirts)
Dance trunks, Dance Shorts or Cheer Shorts (No full length or capri pants)
Jazz Shoes / Dance Sneakers / Dance Boots
Hair & Make-up should be performance ready!

We are having a workshop to prepare dancers for our auditions!!

Workshop Information:

When: Sunday February 7th, 2010 (12:00 pm Registration)

Where: Gold’s Gym, 6222 Greenbelt Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770

Cost: $15

Learn from the best – Maniacs Choreographer Jeremy McShan

Includes: free-style practice, technique improvement, choreography, and helpful information on how to make the team

*Audition fee waived for those who attend the dance workshop!*

To pre-register, please visit our website: www.marylandmaniacs.com. For additional info, email us at danceteam@marylandmaniacs.com.

Philadelphia Wings Angels

Some of you may have noticed a decrease in the quality of some of my action shots. I believe I’ve located the culprit (bad lens) and hope this won’t be a problem any longer.

New look Philadelphia Wings Angels: 5 vets and 8 rookies

The Angels danced only once (and combined with my lens issue) so not that many action shots. Will do much better next time.

[My Angels Photos]

[Philadelphia Wings Angels]

From cheerleader to explorer?


By Melissa Farenish
For The Daily Item
January 28, 2010

WILLIAMSPORT — How does a girl go from NFL cheerleader to National Geographic explorer? Mireya Mayor made the transition more than 10 years ago when she took an anthropology course at the University of Miami.

“I fell in love with it,” she said.

Mayor, an English and philosophy double major, joined the Miami Dolphins cheering squad because she liked to dance. Her Cuban mother, who Mayor calls “my role model,” expected her to become a teacher or nurse after college.

Instead, Mayor chose to chase monkeys and gorillas in the jungle.

“My anthropology professor talked about her experiences chasing monkeys in the jungle, and that fascinated me,” Mayor said.

Soon, she was reading about primatologists like Dian Fossey and Jane Goodall. Once Mayor watched the Fossey biography “Gorillas in the Mist,” there was no turning back — she wanted be the next Fossey or Goodall.

“They were my role models,” Mayor said. “I wanted to be biggest achievement is the discovery of the world’s smallest primate.

Like most discoveries, “it was completely by accident,” Mayor said. The creatures she caught in Madagascar didn’t fit the description of lemurs in her reference books. After a series of genetic testing, she announced the discovery in 2004 and earned her place as a top anthropologist.


Last summer, Mayor was on the History Channel show “Expedition Africa: Stanley & Livingstone” The show stars four explorers who follow in the footsteps of journalist Henry Morton Stanley’s 1871 trek through Tanzania wilderness to find world-renowned explorer Dr. David Livingstone. That meant they had no GPS, no maps, and no tents.

The “essence of that place is still the same,” according to Mayor. The danger of predators such as lions and crocodiles and diseases like malaria is still there. Each of the explorers was sick at least once. One explorer, Benedict Allen of England, contracted malaria.

The rest of the group had to decide whether to leave him to die or continue their trek with him. Thankfully, Allen pulled through and was able to finish the exploration.

Mayor will speak about her experiences at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31 at the Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., as part of the National Geographic speaker series. Tickets cost $5 for students,range from $20 to $25 for the general public and are available by calling (800) 432-9382. Bring this article to the box office the day of the show for an adult ticket for $10.

Cheerleaders to watch Super Bowl from China


Members of the New England Patriots Cheerleaders will travel to China for a series of appearances leading up to Super Bowl XLIV. The group will visit the cities of Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing on a nine-day whirlwind tour starting on Sunday, Jan. 31 and wrapping up Monday, Feb. 8.

Foxborough, Mass. – As proof that American football is truly an international sport, members of the New England Patriots Cheerleaders will travel to China for a series of appearances leading up to Super Bowl XLIV. The group will visit the cities of Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing on a nine-day whirlwind tour starting on Sunday, Jan. 31 and wrapping up Monday, Feb. 8.

The Cheerleaders will watch the big game from Beijing and, with a sizeable time difference, it might allow for some “Monday morning quarterbacking” in real time. With kickoff scheduled around 6 p.m. in the United States’ Eastern time zone, Super Bowl XLIV will be broadcast live at 7 a.m. local time on Monday morning in the Chinese capital.

“We’re very excited to once again travel to China and to have the opportunity to celebrate the excitement of the Super Bowl in Beijing,” said New England Patriots Cheerleaders Director Tracy Sormanti. “We hope to continue our mission to increase awareness of American football, the NFL and the New England Patriots in China, and to show our support to the many fans we already have there.”

The trip marks the fourth visit by Patriots Cheerleaders to China in the last three years, but also includes their first appearance in Guangzhou. Most recently, a group of Patriots Cheerleaders helped train dance teams before the opening ceremonies of the 29th Olympic Games.

Auroran pursues crowning glory at Miss America Pageant

By Bill Husted
The Denver Post


Katie Layman is 24, lives in Aurora, studies at the University of Colorado Denver, wants to be a teacher and really wants to be Miss America.

You can watch her on the Miss America Pageant @ 6 p.m. Saturday on the TLC network.

Layman spent the week at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, where the contestants have been rehearsing. “It’s been the experience of a lifetime,” she says.

And she’s done a lot in her lifetime. She’s been a Denver Broncos cheerleader, and she’s been a Rockette in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. Her pageant talent is contemporary lyrical dance. But Layman knows the minefield at a pageant is the Q&A at the end.

She already received a preliminary grilling from Rush Limbaugh and Vivica Fox — and that’s a wild duo to pepper you with queries.

Layman is well aware of the famous flub from Miss South Carolina at the Miss Teen USA 2007 pageant. Here’s Caitlin Upton’s answer to a question about why one-fifth of Americans can’t find the United States on a map. It’s been viewed more than 35 million times on YouTube: “I personally believe that U.S. Americans are unable to do so because, uh, some people out there in our nation don’t have maps and, uh, I believe that our, uh, education like such as, uh, South Africa and, uh, the Iraq, everywhere like such as, and, I believe that they should, our education over here in the U.S. should help the U.S., uh, or, uh, should help South Africa and should help the Iraq and the Asian countries, so we will be able to build up our future for our children.”

Layman says, “They can ask you anything they want. You just have to be honest and go with your heart. It’s really something when you are on that stage and the whole world is watching. It can go either way.”

So good luck kid. We’ll be watching, and 50 friends and family members will be waving Colorado flags and cheering in the audience.

AVP Dancer Auditions tomorrow!

One last reminder: auditions for the 2010 AVP Dancers are tomorrow! So if you live in the Los Angeles area and you can dance, you might want to put this on the agenda for mañana.

Orrrrr…you could spend the summer NOT having fun performing at the beach. Totally up to you.

Audition details [here].


Philadelphia KiXX Announce 2010 Dance Clinic

The Philadelphia KiXX announced today plans for its 2010 dance clinic, which will take place on Sunday, February 7th, at TriState Sports in Aston, Pennsylvania. Participants of the four-hour clinic will be learning a high-energy hip-hop jazz routine during the day that will be performed at halftime of the February 20th KiXX home match at Liacouras Center.


“We aim to have our fans as part of the overall KiXX game day experience, and this dance clinic is a perfect example of that initiative,” Philadelphia Vice President Darcee’ Roberts said. “Participants in this clinic will not only learn from our professional dancers, but they will also be given the unique opportunity to perform in front of their friends, family and our entire hometown crowd.”

This third annual dance clinic will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at TriState Sports, which is located at 63 Concord Road in Aston. Registration will begin promptly at 10:30 a.m., and each participant will receive a KiXX Dance Team t-shirt and goodie bag for taking part. Each dancer will also receive a ticket to the February 20th KiXX game against La Raza de Monterrey, and friends and families of participants will receive a special rate of $18 a ticket. Kickoff for that game is 7:05 p.m.

The cost of this clinic is $50, and a special rate of $45 each for groups of 10 or more is also available. Instruction will be led by the professional dancers and staff of the KiXX Dance Team, and it is open to anyone between the ages of 7-18 that is interested in learning great new skills and techniques within their skill set. Participation is open to all dance levels, gymnasts, cheer, dance and pom teams.

Anyone who is interested in taking part in this clinic can contact Julie Rotwitt of the Philadelphia KiXX today at 215-777-1215 or via email at julie.rotwitt@kixxonline.com.

[Philadelphia KiXX Dance Team]

Pro Bowl Cheerleaders

Pro Bowl Dan is in South Florida and he sent is a few photos of the Pro Bowl Cheerleaders including some shots from last night’s PBC Fashion Show.







Washington Wizard Girls

The Saturday before last I was at DC’s Verizon Center to cover the Bullettes/Wizard Dancers/Wizard Girls Alumni performance. But I also managed a few shots of the current Wizard Girls as well.

Captain Teneii

Stretching in the tunnel.

Nina’s pre-game rehearsal in her UGGs!

Alicia during the 3rd quarter performance

Lyndsay and a member of the Fan Patrol.

Wizard Girls with G-Wiz

Celebrating the win!

[My Washington Wizards Girls Photos]

[Washington Wizard Girls]

[Video of Wizard Girls Director Jessica Pikulski]

NFL Pro Bowl cheerleaders boost morale for Operation Unified Response workers

by Tech. Sgt. Brian Bahret
Joint Information Bureau Homestead
[hi-res photo]

1/28/2010 – HOMESTEAD AIR RESERVE BASE, Fla. (AFNS) — National Football League representatives visited Airmen, civilians and earthquake victims Jan. 27 at Homestead Air Reserve Base.

The visit, which was unannounced, was a surprise to many and helped lighten the mood during ongoing relief efforts.

“They didn’t expect us at all,” said Julie Warner, a line captain for the New England Patriots cheerleaders.

Ms. Warner was one of seven Pro Bowl cheerleaders and two team mascots who visited the base. According to NFL officials, other cheerleaders visited locations throughout southern Florida.

Ms. Warner said she enjoyed meeting the men and women at Homestead ARB. She and the other NFL representatives visited people at the base’s evacuation reception center, the deployment processing center and locations on the flightline.

“It was rewarding to chat with them to see where they’re from and how they’re feeling and tell them thanks for all they do,” she said.


Airmen from across the United States have gathered at Homestead ARB to support the relief efforts. Since Jan. 15, Airmen here have delivered more than 2 million pounds of supplies to Haiti.

Additionally Airmen, U.S. Customs officials, American Red Cross workers and a variety of emergency professionals from across the United States have welcomed more than 3,000 evacuees here, helping them connect with friends, family and loved ones in the United States.

The NFL has held a close relationship with the U.S. military by supporting servicemembers whether at their home stations or while deployed to combat operations or humanitarian relief efforts.

Tiffany Pearl, the Miami Dolphins cheerleading squad captain, said her years with the Dolphins have created opportunities she deeply appreciates.

“We get to do these incredible events,” said the four-year NFL veteran. “One of them is reaching out to the community and coming here to the Homestead military base.”

Ms. Pearl has conducted two overseas tours to visit servicemembers.

“I feel like the U.S. forces are everywhere. When anybody needs help we’re there to help,” said the 24-year-old cheerleader. “It says a lot about our country and I’m really proud to be an American and to see what you do and support you and show you how much I care. I personally am such a geek about everything that has to do about military and enjoy anything that we can do to participate and bring joy into these guys’ lives because they do such an amazing job helping people.”

Not all the military guests present were from the United States. South Korean Lt. Col. Chang Lee, the South Korean army military liaison for U.S. Southern Command, was waiting at the Homestead ARB deployment processing center for a military airlift flight to Haiti when the NFL cheerleaders visited.

“I’ve saw [sic] them on TV, but I’ve never been to the football game,” he said, his English heavily accented by his native language. “It feels like they wanted to encourage the soldier. It’s a good job.”

Engineers from the South Korean army are deploying to Haiti to help rebuild the country’s infrastructure. Colonel Chang is the advance officer for a 250-person team of South Korean engineers joining Operation Unified Response, the multinational relief that more than 20,000 U.S. servicemembers are currently supporting.

Colonel Chang said everyone needs a morale boost right now.

“Everyone needs a good mood, a good feeling,” he said. “Right now (the cheerleaders) make us happy for a while.”

Along with Colonel Chang, Army Soldiers from the 377th Theater Sustainment Command were awaiting transportation to Haiti when the NFL visitors arrived.

Army Reserve Col. Sam Pearson, the 377th TSC support operations officer, said his tour in Haiti will be his fourth deployment. His last three were to Afghanistan and Iraq.

“This time instead of defeating tyranny, we’re going down to assist a bunch of folks who need some help,” he said.

Like most military members deployed to Haiti, Colonel Pearson doesn’t know how long his command will remain in country, but he believes the experience will be rewarding.

“I think this is a long-term opportunity for us to work with the Haitian government,” said Colonel Pearson, an Alabama resident. “This is a good opportunity to … develop that relationship so they can feel confident that when they have a problem we’ll be available to help out.”

Visiting with the NFL cheerleaders and seeing their genuine support helped boost morale for the Louisiana-based unit, he said. He said when the military is deployed it’s usually for a dynamic mission under uncertain conditions and usually under tense circumstances.

“When you have the cheerleaders or any other organization that comes in and lightens the spirit, that’s a really good opportunity for the Soldiers to get the mission off of their mind, and that’s critical,” he said. “They have to have a release and this is one of the best ways to do it.”

Like most of the Airmen and civilians deployed to Homestead ARB supporting relief operations, Staff Sgt. Brandon Saludares left his home with very little notice and he’s unsure of when he’ll return to Beale Air Force Base, Calif.

“I’m away from my family right now and working long hours and crazy shifts,” he said. “For the NFL cheerleaders to come out and give up a morale booster, it’s wonderful and really helps out while we’re deployed.”

Senior Airman Mitchell Kincaid, an aerial porter from the 73rd Aerial Port Squadron from Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base at Fort Worth, Texas, agreed.

“I’m a Charger fan; born and raised,” he said. “It was nice having one of the Charger cheerleaders out here from home. It’s nice when stuff like this goes on and breaks things up a little bit.”

Airman Kincaid is one of 180 Airmen deployed to Homestead ARB. He helps load supplies destined to Haiti and off load Haitian earthquake victims as they arrive here on military airlift aircraft.

“It’s pretty cool to see that people are thinking about us and want to come out and hang out with us,” he said. “It’s nice to have a break in the action.”

As for the NFL visitors, their Pro Bowl selection is one of the highlights of their careers, but sharing time with the men and women who are selflessly giving their time to help Haitians is truly something to remember, said the Dolphin’s Tiffany Pearl.

“This is a remarkable experience I’m going to take with me for the rest of my life,” she said.

Suns Debut 2010 Suns Dancers Calendar Presented by Verve

sunscalendarThe 2010 Suns Dancers Calendar presented by Verve, the Official Energy Drink of the Phoenix Suns, will go on sale on Thursday, January 28 when the Suns take on the Dallas Mavericks at US Airways Center. Tip-off is set for 8:30 p.m.

Prior to tip-off the entire 2010 Suns Dancers team will host a calendar signing in the Casino Arizona Pavilion from 7 – 8 p.m. During the signing the calendars will be available for the discounted price of $10.

The 16-month swimsuit calendar runs from January 2010 through April 2011 and features the entire 2009-10 Suns Dancers team, highlighting one dancer each month.

The 2010 Suns Dancers Calendar presented by Verve is available in The Team Shop for $11.99. All proceeds will benefit Phoenix Suns Charities.

Phoenix Suns Charities is the cornerstone of the team’s foundation, making grants to non-profit organizations that serve children and youth in the areas of education, health and human services, the arts, sports and recreation, and rehabilitation. In the 22 years since its inception, Phoenix Suns Charities has donated over nine million dollars to worthy Arizona organizations.

[Phoenix Suns Dancers]

Post Named Chiefs cheerleader

By Ann Marie Bush

belindaBelinda Post, of Topeka, has been named a member of the Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleader squad.

Post, who is the daughter of Beverly Bernardi Post, attended workshops offered by the Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders two weeks ago.

“All of the years of ballet, tap and jazz were beneficial,” Bernardi Post wrote in an e-mail Wednesday.

Post, 21, survived the first round of eliminations and then took part in a production show, where applicants had to compete in cocktail dress and dance routines.

“Earlier, they had private interviews,” Bernardi Post wrote. “After that evening, they made another cut. I anxiously awaited her call, several hours after the predicted time. It seems it took longer to tabulate than they had anticipated. She made that cut. So now approximately 50 to 60 went into finals. Belinda said ‘Mom, at least I have a shirt that says ‘I’m a KC Chiefs Cheerleader Finalist.’ ”

The last day was the most grueling for Post, her mother said, because about 24 of last year’s 28 cheerleaders tried out again.

On Wednesday, Post was notified that she has been named one of the cheerleaders.

Post graduated from Washburn Rural High School. She is a 2009 graduate of Kansas State University, where she was a twirler. She received a bachelor’s degree in theater/dance option.

The Kansas City Chiefs Web site, www.kcchiefs.com, has an introduction section featuring the 2010-2011 cheerleaders. It shows two pictures of Post.

Her mother owns Beverly Bernardi Post Conservatory of Dance and Pom, 5938 S.W. 17th. Post teaches several classes at the studio.

Red Claws Dancer On Deal Or No Deal

ldayredclawsJenny Letendre may be small in stature, but the Lady Red Claws dancer is big on personality. It’s the reason the petite brunette gets noticed while performing at Red Claws games. It is also the reason she got plucked from the crowd by a Deal or No Deal producer during an open audition held last August at Quirk Chevrolet in Portland.

The Lady Red Claws attended the event to help raise money for the Maine Red Claws Foundation and to entertain the long lines of people waiting to audition for the popular NBC game show. During the Quirk event, the effusive Letendre found herself in a conversation with one of the Deal or No Deal producers.

“About 30 seconds before we were scheduled to dance, I introduced myself to someone who turned out to be the producer,” said Letendre. “He found it absolutely hilarious that I’m standing there talking to him while five of my fellow dancers are franticly yelling my name because we were about to dance. Of course, I politely told him I had to dance and ran away.”

After being encouraged to audition for the show by a news crew on hand to cover the event, three of the Lady Red Claws remained after their appearance and stood at the back of the line.

“The producer saw me in line, and he sent me upstairs. I thought I was skipping the line to audition, but he sent me right to the next round!” she said. “About three weeks later I got a call and found out they wanted me.”

Letendre will appear on 16 episodes, which were filmed in Connecticut in October. The first episode aired January 26.

The Saco resident and graduate of Thornton Academy, is currently completing a nutritional science degree at the University of New Hampshire while also attending the University of New England for Organic Chemistry II. She plans to continue her education, aiming ultimately for a master’s degree in chemistry or a doctorate in physical therapy. A dance instructor at Terpsichore Dance in South Portland, Letendre is the assistant rehearsal director for the Thornton Academy Dance Company and a personal trainer at 24/7 Fitness at the Sportzone in Saco. She can be seen performing at all Maine Red Claws games with the Lady Red Claws dance team including this weekend when the Red Claws will play the Erie Bayhawks on Friday, January 29 and the Springfield Armor on Sunday, January 31.

[Maine Lady Red Claws]