Melissa Kellerman’s Twitter account went MIA after she posted her amused reactions to being “tackled” by Cowboys tight end Jason Witten.
Sharon Simmons, a 55-year-old grandmother from Carrollton, plans on trying out to become a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader this May.
Shanna Widner appeared on Good Morning America to discuss the horror of dealing with her mother, Wanda Holloway, taking out a hit on her cheerleader classmate’s mom.
After Facebook removed a number of Kendall Jones’s photos of herself posing with animals that she hunted, she responded by posting photos of herself with some living, breathing, adorable little critters.
Kendall Jones is a Texas Tech cheerleader who became the flashpoint of Internet controversy this week for posting numerous pictures of herself with felled African creatures. Is the controversy fair?
The letter-sweater-wearing, pom-pom-shaking, pep-rally-leading girl next door has been a beloved Texas icon for generations. So why do so many people today— lawmakers and lawyers, preachers and feminists—think cheerleading is the root, root, root of all evil?