In the years the show has been on the air, we've grown used to seeing her character in cardigan sets and carrying knitting needles, so when we discovered a photo -- purportedly of Smith -- from her days as an NFL cheerleader, we were all over it. Our original story, which you can read here , detailed her yearlong cheering gig with the St. Louis Cardinals in the s. The accompanying photo showed a pretty young woman in red-and-white cheer gear -- and really awesome helmet hair, popular in that era.
Lesbian cheerleader teaching young college student their first lesbian lesson.
Russian athletes most tested in Games anti-doping controls More than North Korean cheerleaders are on hand to support their country's athletes at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang and it is fair to say on the second medals day of the Games they have already made quite an impression. Scores of them, dressed all in red, provided the acoustic backdrop to the women's ice hockey match between Switzerland and a combined Korean team on Saturday night. The women sat in bunches dotted throughout the Kwandong Hockey Centre, helping a relatively subdued local crowd get into the spirit. With synchronized dancing in their seats and chants of "himnera" "Cheer up" or "magara" Defence! At one point in the match a group of them pulled out male face masks, leading to a local media outlet reporting that it was an image of North Korea's revered founder, Kim Il Sung, when he was younger. But the South's unification ministry said the news story was based on an "incorrect assumption," local news agency Yonhap reported Sunday.