In this week’s edition of Flashback Friday, we take a look at one of the most memorable Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders of the past few years, Erica. I first saw at the Cardinals Cheerleaders auditions and she stood out immediately for her curly blonde looks. It was a look that no one else had and she was quite striking. She was one of a group of three former Utah Jazz Dancers who made the trek down to Phoenix to try out for the AZCC.
At the auditions, it was apparent to me that she was a very good dancer as well, which are two aspects of my ultimate cheerleader triumvirate of special qualities: 1) good looks, 2) exceptional dance ability, and 3) photogenic appeal.
And at the 2014 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta, Erica displayed the third quality, as you can see from this photo below.
Oh and where is she now…Erica is currently a member of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders.
In this week’s Flashback Friday article, we take a look at one of my favorite candidates from the 2013 Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders auditions. Tessa was one of those special girls who stood out at auditions. Tall, strikingly beautiful and a great dancer, Tessa was a shoe in for the squad and I think she would become one of the most memorable Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders of her day.
In 2013, the Charger Girls featured a cheerleader that was a former Seattle Sea Gal named Nicole and though she looked great in the Sea Gal uniform, she looked absolutely gorgeous in a Charger Girl uniform.
Like the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders uniform, the Charger Girl uniform is classic. From the long white sleeves and low cut top to the signature curved shaped skirt, the Charger Girl uniform is iconic and hot girls look even hotter because that uniform flatters the feminine form like few others.
And here’s a bonus pic of Nicole.
10 years go, I was still a Charger season ticket holder and the Chargers were still playing in San Diego. 2008 was a great year for the Charger Girls and they had another amazing squad. Back then, the Charger Girls regularly attracted over 300 girls to their auditions, drawing from San Diego and Orange Counties, two regions known for producing amazing dance talent. So only the most beautiful and talented dancers made the squad…it was that competitive.
In this edition of Flashback Friday, we take a look at one of those amazing Charger Girls…a beautiful Latina named Lindsay. I think she was on the squad for only one year, but it was special.
Back in 2011, I made a road trip to our nation’s capital to photograph the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders…one of my favorite NFL cheerleading squad. They had some of the most beautiful cheerleaders and arguably the sexiest uniform in professional cheerleading and I wanted to shoot them. So, I made plans to meet up with my editor at UltimateCheerleading.com and this is one of the photos I got from the visit.
In this edition of Flashback Friday we take a look back to 2011, where I attended the Sacramento Kings Dancers auditions. There I met a familiar face, Wendy B. whom I had recognized as an Atlanta Falcons Cheerleader. I asked her what she was doing here in Sacramento and she said she was going to graduate school in the area and decided to try out for the SKD. Well she made the team and a few years later, she became an Oakland Raiderette.
Since we have recently completed our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta, I thought it would be a good idea to feature one of the hottest cheerleaders that I have ever photographed for today’s Flashback Friday retrospective. Laura is absolutely gorgeous and perhaps the most photogenic girl I have ever photographed…I sincerely believe that there are big things in store of her.
So let’s flip the calendar back to 2017 and take a look at Charlotte Honey Bee Laura at the 2017 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta.
Our final 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is a member of the Charlotte Honey Bees and I must say that she was one of those dancers who really stood out at the convention. A talented dancer who is very photogenic, introducing Charlotte Honey Bee Jill, a 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
This concludes our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta. Over 250 cheerleaders, 8000+ images, 50+ hours of editing and post processing, 2 massive convention articles and 24 All Star featurettes. Whew! Just another typical P-R-O Convention, the most amazing gathering of professional cheerleaders and dancers in the land.
I can’t wait until next year!
We are getting close to the end of our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta, but before we move on, we would like to feature a special cheerleader from a special squad…the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders. Hot girls and hot uniforms are a dangerous combination…okay, not “dangerous” per se…but definitely attention grabbing. And I have said this before…one of my main reasons for covering this event 9 years ago was to photograph the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders up close and personal. Being that I am from the west coast, photographing the WRC is not something I get to do every day, so when I get the chance to do so, I try to take advantage of the opportunity. And I did.
So without further ado, our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is a fifth year veteran of the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders, introducing Jordyn.
Only one more All Star remains. So check back tomorrow to see who is our final 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
Our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star is a rookie Houston Texans Cheerleader, one of many newcomers to the convention. As a matter of fact, I would liked to be able to photograph more of these newcomers because I like to feature as many new faces as possible in addition to some of those veteran attendees.
Well without further ado, let me introduce Houston Texans Cheerleader Shaunte, our next 2018 P-R-O Convention All Star.
We are coming close to the end of our coverage of the 2018 P-R-O Convention in Atlanta. But we have two more cheerleaders to share with you, so check back tomorrow to see who is our next All Star.