Grandma Tries For Dallas Cowboys Cheer Job
Published: May 7, 2012
Grandma Tries For Dallas Cowboys Cheer Job, Grandmother auditions to be Dallas Cowboys cheerleader:Dallas Morning NewsBabies, don’t let your grandmamas grow up to be Cowboys cheerleaders.
Sharon Simmons, a 55-year old grandmother of two, spent the weekend auditioning for the 2012 Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. Her tryout was the culmination of a 33-year goal to try out for the famed squad.
The Carrollton, Tex. resident wanted to audition for the team when she was 22, but a number of factors — including a lack of money, outfit, routine and child care — forced her to give up that dream. Years later, as a grandmother, successful fitness author and burgeoning actor, Simmons tried again. She hired a former Cowboys cheerleader to help her prepare for the audition and said she was ready to compete with women half her age.
The tryout wasn’t a rousing success though. Simmons, who has been competing in fitness competitions for the past few years, told the Dallas Morning News that she forgot her routine during the freestyle portion of the tryout.
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