This is your third season, what keeps you coming back every year?**
The girls and the organization. The people that I work with each day I come to the stadium make my day so much better. They're always happy, always enthusiastic and I love coming to this job everyday.
Would you say the audition process gets easier or harder each year?
I would say the audition process does get harder each year. When you're a veteran you have more to lose, you know the girls on the team and you've bonded with people within the organization. But you also know how the process works, so in the way it's a little easier.
What is one Broncos experience that you will never forget?
One Broncos experience that I will never forget is going to the Super Bowl my rookie year. Even though it wasn't the outcome we hoped for, it was an incredible bonding experience and it was so much fun to see our fans remain loyal throughout a tough loss. Just being out there and cheering on our favorite team in New York was awesome.* *
What did you want to be when you grew up?
When I was a kid I wanted to be a teacher. My parents got me a white board for Christmas one year and they would by me the teacher and student editions of textbooks so that I could teach class.
Did you play any sports when you were younger?
I tried a lot of different sports when I was younger. I tried soccer and softball and swimming. But my favorite thing to do, other than dance, was tennis.
What is your guilty pleasure?
My guilty pleasure is watching Netflix for way too long. My favorite show's are Suits and Scandal and I could watch a million episodes in a row.
What three things would you bring with you on a deserted island?
A book, tea and music to dance to.
If you were a Broncos football player what position would you play?
I would want to play quarterback. I like the strategy aspect of being a quarterback and it would be fun to be the leader on the field.