Because regular cheerleading outfits aren’t hot enough, some teams have gone out and reinvented the wheel finding more ways to distract fans from the game, or um, entertain them and lead them in cheering. That’s what they’re there for right?
1. Laker Girls
Sure, all right, technically “Laker Girl” isn’t an outfit, but the fact is it doesn’t matter what you put them in Laker Girls look good. The traditional yellow skirts — hot! Purple sequined jumpsuits — hot! White booty shorts — hot! With all those smoking hot wannabe actresses and models in LA, the sheer depth of the talent pool is incredible. And with all those Hollywood stars and bigwigs sitting courtside, the Laker Girls have to look that much better to get the fans attention. Fortunately the always manage to do so.
2. Hockey’s Ice Girls
Hockey teams don’t traditionally have cheerleaders, for some reason Canadians would rather watch the sport they’ve paid to see than ogle ladies. But thankfully, some American teams have introduced cheer teams (dubbed: Ice Girls) to put more asses in the seats and warm the ones already there. Honestly, seems like a pretty good idea, those longs socks and short shorts make snow clearing during commercial breaks something to look forward to. Besides when have sports, beer and scantily-clad women ever been a bad combo?
3. Beach Soccer Cheerleaders
Why beach soccer and not just soccer? Well for one thing, regular ‘field’ soccer doesn’t even have cheerleaders, despite being played in Europe and South America—places not known for conservatively dressed women. But beach soccer was invented in Brazil, the same country that gave us the bikini, and beach soccer cheerleaders wear, you guessed it, bikinis.
Now I’m not the most intelligent man in the world, but I’m pretty sure if these beach soccer cheerleaders were lining the pitch at the world cup, more American men would watch soccer.
4. Natal Sharks (South African Rugby)
Sure, you’ve never even heard of Natal, let alone the Natal Sharks rugby team, but have you seen what their cheerleaders are wearing? I’m not even sure what you’d call that—a bathing suit?—but there’s a lot of skin on display, and displaying skin is kind of what a cheerleading outfit is supposed to do.
I didn’t realize that rugby had cheerleaders, though I suppose it makes sense, its kind of like football, and if this is any indication of what the cheerleaders wear I may have to start boning up on my rugby terms. Plus the whole trench coat flasher thing, it’s theatrical, it’s tantalizing and it’s an idea that needs to catch on over here.
5. Dallas Cowboys
Proving the old “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” adage right again, the Cowboys Cheerleaders have been rocking the same classic cowgirl look for decades, and it’s still the hottest outfit of them all—even Redskins and Giants fans know that, they may not admit it but they know it. The cowgirl look is often imitated but never duplicated.
It’s a great look for any cheer team but yet it’s never quite as good. It could be that becoming a Dallas Cowboy cheerleader is the height of cheerleaderdom—also known as Texas—so every cheerleader in the most state auditions for the role, giving them a deep bench. And while I don’t know the in and out’s of the selection process, I know they’re doing a great job. Keep up the good work!
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