Cheer leader shaved
An Indianapolis Colts cheerleader went where few cheerleaders have gone before, agreeing to shave her beautiful locks in honor of Colts coach, Chuck Pagano who was diagnosed with leukemia last September. And a big surprise was waiting for her. Fellow cheerleader Crystal Ann decided to take the plunge and go bald in solidarity with Megan's sacrifice. After the third quarter, the big moment was finally here. Megan and Crystal Ann held hands as the team mascot started shearing away with the clippers, and the crowd went wild. In the end, these two beautiful women got their brand new bald looks and still managed to look amazing.
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Today, the Colts announced two more members of the team want to support the movement — Blue, their mascot, and an Indianapolis Colts Cheerleader. That challenge was accepted by Megan M. The video of her accepting Blue's Challenge can be viewed at www. Beginning today, Blue is asking fans to visit www.
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The Indianopolis Colts' cheerleader who had her head shaved in front of 60, cheering fans and a national TV audience had a very personal reason for agreeing to lose her locks to the team's mascot for cancer research. Megan, whose last name was withheld by the Colts as standard team policy, was the sole Colts' cheerleader to accept a challenge sent out by Blue, the team's mascot, via Twitter earlier this month to support head coach Chuck Pagano in his battle against leukemia. While Megan was the only cheerleader to publicly agree to the challenge, she was joined by fellow cheerleader Crystal Ann in shaving solidarity on game day, and the two held hands as they both went under the razor.
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