Back in February, Sharon Simmons, a 55-year-old grandmother of two from Carrollton, Texas, announced she would be trying out to become a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. She's spent the last months training, working on routines with a professional dance coach. On Saturday, she joined hundreds of other women in trying to…
So, this newscaster lady introduces the story about Natalynne Walton and Hopeful Solutions as "a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader went from the limelight to a life on cocaine." Hmm. Dallas Cowboys. Cocaine. Cocaine Cowboys. Documentary. By Billy Corben. Who's also doing a doc on ecstasy. Called Limelight. Shenanigans?
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Years of standup-comic banter has been deemed irrelevant now that we have seen what happens when women go to the bathroom together. (Yeah, I don't know what's going on here, either. It has something to do with Roto-Rooter.) [CNET]
When are people going to learn that you cannot upload photos to your Facebook page if you don't want them to get out? What we have here (allegedly) is a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader dressed as Lil' Wayne. In blackface.
Congratulations to the Dallas Cowboys and their famous Cheerleaders. They've won a prestigious TOADY award for teaming with the gold standard on unhealthy representations of female beauty and then taking it up a notch.
Nothing perks up our Friday like a good cheerleader catfight. Today, it's former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader/PETA supporter Bonnie Jill Laflin vs. Tennessee Titans cheerleader/rodent decapitator Melissa Hodges.