What keeps you coming back after seven seasons?**
I keep coming back because it's the best opportunity to dance professionally in the best city for the best football team with the most amazing ladies. I love it. It's my life.
Has the audition process gotten easier for you?
The audition process does not get easier; it is harder every year. There are talented and beautiful women that try out each season and you have to bring you're A-game. As a veteran, you're always looking for improvement, so each year your have to come back and not only earn your spot but show that you've still got it.
What is one experience on this team that you'll never forget?
Traveling to Hong Kong with our whole team. Usually when we do tours we only get to go with maybe 10 girls at most, and to be able to go and dance in the Cathay Pacific Lunar New Year's Day Parade was really, really special and something I will always remember.
What did you want to grow up to be as a kid?
When I was a kid, I really wanted to be a teacher.
Did you play any sports when you were growing up?
When I was younger, I played competitive soccer.
When did you decide to hang up the cleats and dance?
I was actually never a cheerleader in high school. I danced competitively at a studio all growing up, and I and played competitive soccer for the majority of my youth. I held my first pair of pom-poms during my rookie season as a Broncos cheerleader.
If you were stuck on a deserted island, what three things would you want to have with you?
I would need a buddy, a knife and flares so someone would find me and I could get back home.
If you were a Broncos football player, what position would you play?
I would be a linebacker because I think it would be such an amazing feeling to force a turnover, get an interception and just to be able to tackle someone. I just feel like it would be a rush.
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