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  1. I meant that KaShara was posting stuff from last year. If it had just been about Lacey, I wouldn’t have even noticed.
  2. OMG. Some people have been commenting on KaShara’s Instagram saying just this. I was actually confused because I believe KaShara went to Orlando with friends and she has been posting on her social media non-stop. So much so that I was confused for a moment that she was performing as well (yes, it was a brain fart). It’s just wrong. And I’m a KaShara fan but enough.
  3. I’m back. I loved THAT GIRL because she was gorgeous, had great clothes, lived in Manhattan (which is all I wanted when I was a teenager), was an actress, had a cute boyfriend and the show was silly and zany. She always got herself in some trouble. I was obsessed.
  4. She was not allowed to go somewhere in 2017, the first time she got in trouble. I cannot remember what the event was. She posted some kind of reflection post on her Instagram that weekend. Someone on this board saw it and did a little digging (the Dak Prescott rumor). You can bet she was spoken to as well as punished but clearly, it didn’t scare her into cleaning up her act.
  5. A bunch of former cheerleaders were at the game. Sydney, Ashton Torres, I think Nicole B. Can’t remember who else. Not the point of your post, I know.
  6. I loved The Masked Singer. It’s just mindless fun.
  7. It was the Mary Tyler Moore show before the Mary Tyler Moore Show. I was in LOVE with Marlo Thomas.
  8. Thank you @RedDelicious for posting this!!!!
  9. The USO tours were a great honor for the DCC. That the USO got involved in the situation is embarrassing and humiliating to an organization who coveted and nurtured the relationship for what. over 20 years? And she returned the next year? That’s fucked up. Cassie should have been released from the squad. I never knew this.
  10. Personally, I think a Soul Train line would have been way more fun then the dances in these wedding videos (everyone could join in) but that’s me.
  11. The setting was on an indoor field and some of the girls were practicing next to them (they were seated - not too staged). John Frankel pointed out the workout gear the girls were wearing (tank top and leggings) and asked why they couldn’t wear that one the field. She said it was because they are entertainers, performing a show and they need to wear costumes and the workout gear was not a costume...not a great answer. He gave her plenty of openings to agree with him slightly and she stood fast. When the segment ended, John was in the studio with Bryant who said to John, “What is with Shauna Peters thinking it is okay for women to shake their stuff in skimpy outfits?” I paraphrased but basically what he said. I forgot to mention the Jets have a female coach and she spoke with John saying how offensive she finds the Jet’s cheerleaders. During games, some of the male Jets' coaches will actually say something lewd to her about the cheerleaders and she has scolded them. But she wants them gone. Lastly, I don’t agree with what the UK guy was saying about the beginning of the end for female entertainers in sports. I think it is going to evolve, but disappear? No way.
  12. I was catching up on HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel and they did a segment earlier this season (August) on cheerleaders. They interviewed Shauna Peters, the director of the Broncos cheerleaders as well as one cheerleader on the squad. Shauna said all the things you would think a director would say. Empowerment of women, etc. But the interviewer was asking her challenging questions about the purpose of cheerleaders. Also, about why they have to wear skimpy outfits. And why the swimsuit calendars. He (John Frankel) then goes to England to talk to several owners of sports teams (darts - huge there - and race car driving) who have let the women go because of the new attitude in this generation. Now mind you, these women didn’t do anything. They didn’t dance. They didn’t do anything really. They were there as ornaments. But in regards to the darts tournament guy, he said people complained as did the tv networks so he said he let the women go. One of the last things John asked the guy is if he thought this was the beginning of end of the women as ornaments in sports. He said yes. The other thing that was brought up was that U.S. dance uniform costumers have been asked lately to make costumes that are less revealing. It was an interesting piece. Nothing about the lawsuits was mentioned.
  13. Thanks for this. There seem to be details missing (it had to be more than one comment, one social media post and one chat) but it seems something escalated enough for her to quit and file charges.
  14. Did you watch Season 2? It’s fantastic. And so were the gals.