Although, she completely redeemed herself when asked what superpower she’d most want to have—reading minds.
Tiana is a professional model/bartender, which is unsurprising.
Sure there are better ways to spend several work days—but there are certainly much worse! The real problem with making a list like this is that there are enough ridiculously hot cheerleaders in the NFL to make a slideshow five times longer!
But after much exhaustive scouring of the interwebs, the list has finally been narrowed to 100. I can’t imagine how confused people outside the area must be when local residents here are gushing about all the things they do at the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The job comes with perks, such as game tickets and stadium parking passes, and sometimes free travel.
Being an NFL cheerleader also can be a route to more prestigious and better paying entertainment opportunities, such as modeling or acting.
When Dee left to resume her graduate studies, Texie became the heart and soul of the new form of on-field entertainment.
Her total commitment to professional creativity and disciplined dance execution found a new focus in sideline routines and field performances.
The Seattle Seahawks pay an hour plus overtime, Time says. The San Diego Chargers pay per home game; the Baltimore Ravens pay 0 and the Dallas Cowboys pay 0, The Atlantic reported.the name itself brings to each of us images of an American icon – beautiful ladies decked out in blue and white uniforms cheering America’s Team on to victory; precision dance routines that require a combination of stamina, flexibility and timing that would leave most of us gasping – yet they smile and dance on; or for some, it’s the time that we met one of them and she signed an autograph and we spent a few minutes talking…the images differ, but each holds a special place.And today’s phenomenon of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders is equally special.Tex talked the idea over with Dee and the decision was made to expand the established football tradition of sideline cheerleaders into a glamorous, choreographed squad of accomplished dancers that would serve as a counterpoint to the game itself. They spent their summer at Training Camp with Texie where cheers and chants were replaced with grand jetes and pirouettes.Dee recruited one of the top dancers in America, Texie Waterman, who also owned a dance studio in Dallas, to judge at the auditions and help create a squad of dancers to grace the sidelines of Texas Stadium. When the 1972-73 NFL season kicked off that fall, it was a major turning point in Cheerleader history.“Whenever we go on USO Tours or make charitable appearances, basically anytime we interact with Cowboys fans, they’re always shocked to find out that veterans must re-audition,” says Jennifer, a veteran group leader.