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Cheerleader spotlight: DBC Madison

Meet Madison, a rookie member of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders.


Hometown: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
College: Colorado State University
Occupation: Student
Nickname: Mads



Movie: "Guardians of the Galaxy"
TV Show: "Bob's Burgers"
Song to dance to: "Aaron's Party" by Aaron CarterJunk food: Anything chocolateDream car: White Porsche Cayenne
Color: Pink
Superhero: Optimus Prime
Holiday: Christmas
Animal: Cat
Quote: "Life is better when you're laughing."

Get to know Angela:

What does being a Denver Broncos Cheerleader (DBC) mean to you?

Being a DBC means the world to me. Growing up in Colorado, I have always been in awe of the women of DBC. Not only did I see them as amazing dancers but also as strong, empowering role models and members of Broncos country. I feel so lucky to be a part of this sisterhood.

Who is your hero?

My mom is my hero. She has done the most amazing job raising me and my three sisters. I wouldn't be where I am in life now without her.

What was the first concert you went to?

When I was 8, I went to my first concert at Pepsi Center. I saw Aaron Carter and I wore my matching leather pants, leather tank top and leather jacket. I had a blast, dancing my little heart out and sweating up a storm in all that leather.


If there were a movie made about your life, which celebrity would you want to play you?**

I like to think I am pretty funny so hopefully the movie about my life would be a comedy and would star someone like Kristen Wiig.

What is your dream vacation destination?

I would love to spend a summer traveling around Europe.

When did you first start dancing or cheerleading?

I was dancing before I can even remember. My mom and I were taking "mommy and me" dance classes at the local recreation center when I was 2 years old.

In 10 years I see myself ...

Being very happy. Of course, I will still be living in Colorado and I hope to be practicing law.

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I have always wanted to be a professional dancer. Over the years, I would change my ideal career, but dance was always something I saw myself doing.

What advice would you give your younger self?

Everything happens for a reason. Don't get hung up on the small things. Eventually you'll understand the path.

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