Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Bio

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Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Bio

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Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

Born: Miami, Florida

Birthday: September 2, 1966

Horoscope Sign: Virgo

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Smartasses Magazine Top 100 - Female EmpowermentMiami Dolphins Cheerleaders – Smartasses Magazine Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders (born September 2, 1966) The Miami Dolphins inaugural season was in 1966, which also marked the beginning of cheerleaders on the sidelines at the Dolphins home games at the Orange Bowl. The first Dolphins cheerleading squad, known as the Dolphin Dolls, consisted of 125 girls ranging in age from 8 to 18. Of the 125 members, 48 were chosen each week to perform on the sidelines while the remaining cheered from their seats in the endzone. The Dolphin Dolls cheered at the Dolphins games until 1977. In 1978, Joe Robbie, owner of the Miami Dolphins, changed the image of the professional cheerleaders with the creation of the Dolphin Starbrites, who wore one-piece bathing suits and go-go boots. They cheered and danced on a stage in the east endzone of the Orange Bowl and put on Broadway-style half-time shows to music played by a twenty-two piece brass band. The cheerleaders were known as the Dolphin Starbrites until 1983, when the Dolphins made an agreement with Burger King to hold a “Name the Cheerleaders” contest. At the end of the contest, the Dolphin Starbrites changed their name to the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders.

Each year the cheerleaders’ uniforms varied from white to orange to aqua one-piece swimsuits, sometimes with a vest or fringe skirt, but always keeping the white go-go boots. In 1990, the cheerleaders updated their uniforms and started wearing sneakers on the sidelines. In 1994, the purchase of the Miami Dolphins by Wayne Huizenga brought about changes to the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders, and a co-ed stunting and collegiate-style cheerleading squad was debuted at Joe Robbie Stadium on the first pre-season game. In 1996, Dorie Braddy, a former 5-year veteran of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, was recruited to direct and improve the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders’ look. In the new millennium, the cheerleaders glamorized that look with shiny white boots and rhinestoned uniforms.

The squad has gone international as they have traveled and performed across the globe, shooting swimsuit calendars, performing on military tours and helping in local communities. In 2015, they were voted the sexiest cheerleaders in the NFL and continue to captivate audiences through modern media.

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Why we think they’re hot:

Forget “Football’s Fabulous Females” and those cowgirls who play for “America’s Team”, because those boots were made for walkin’… away. There’s only one kind of footwear that should be worn on NFL sidelines, and nobody wears those traditional-style, shiny, white heeled kicks better than the group of gals who don aqua & orange, and cheer on the sidelines of Vice City– The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders, who are so insanely sexy and scintillating, we included a spot on our 10th annual Top 100 Sexiest Women Alive list in 2015, just for them.

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