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Q&A with DBC Nikki

Tenure: 2nd year
Hometown: Aurora, Colorado
College: Colorado State University
Occupation: Accounting

Nickname: Nik
Zodiac sign: Libra

Movie/TV Show: A Walk to Remember / Bachelorette
Song to dance to: Anything upbeat and fun!
Junk food: Chocolate Chip Cookies!!
Color: Pink
Super Hero: Donatello
Holiday: Christmas, 4th of July or Thanksgiving - too hard to choose!
Animal: Humming BirdQuote: "Be your own kind of beautiful."

What does being a DBC mean to you? Being a DBC, to me, means representing the brand and organization in the brightest light while being impacting our community - and getting to cheer on the best team in the NFL. 

Who is your hero? My mom


Get to know another member of the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders, Nikki!

Tell us about the first concert you've ever been to:** The first concert I went to was Backstreet Boys! It was at the original Mile High Stadium and it rained the whole night, I was so far back I could barely see… but it was the best night of my 7 year old life.

If there were a movie made about your life, which celebrity would you want to play you? Who would play your parents? I would want someone like Kristen Wiig to play me to keep it lighthearted and funny. My parents could be played by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, cause who doesn't want them as parents?

What is your dream vacation destination? Australia! I think it is so different from the U.S. so it would be amazing to see.

Any hidden talents or tricks you can do? I can make a clover shape with my tongue!

When did you first start dancing / cheerleading? I took my first dance class when I was 3 or 4.

In 10 years I see myself… happy!! I see myself with a family, traveling and just living life to the fullest!

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be an artist. I used to sell my crafts and drawings to my parents for 10 cents each! What advice would you give your younger self? I think the biggest advice I would give myself is that if it won't matter in a year from now, don't let it matter now. Live in the moment! I think while growing up, kids spend a lot of time worrying about things they can't control and if I could go back and worry less and live more, I would. But I also wouldn't change anything that got me to where I am today, because I wake up feeling beyond grateful and fortunate every single day.

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