This is some odd news, but at the upcoming Super Bowl, there will be no cheerleaders! Yes, you read right, no cheering squad for either team.
It’s not because the NFL has banned them from the big game, or that the teams don’t want them, but because both the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers are among the small number of NFL franchises that do not have a professional cheerleading squad, according to ESPN.com.
Usually, the Super Bowl is the sole game of each season where both teams bring along their cheerleaders, so you get the eye candy on both sidelines. But not at Super Bowl XLV.
Sad, sad news, isn’t it?
Oh well, everyone will have to focus on football strictly come Super Bowl Sunday on February 6, when Steelers take on the Packers in Dallas.
Who are you rooting for?