Remember last summer when EVERYONE had a parody video of ‘Call Me Maybe?’ Of course you do. You loved it. Well, we aren’t certain that Taylor Swift’s ’22′ is going to go the same route, but the Miami Dolphins’ Cheerleaders are back to kick this summer off with their own lip synching video to the popular song. They were one of the first last year to get in on the action.
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The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders recently released a video cover of Taylor Swifts pop hit “22”, and whether you are a Cheesehead like myself, or even if you call Foxborough home, believe me, there is something for everyone in this video. Sure, I like good pop song playing in the background just as much as anyone else, but with all due respect to the Grammy-winning Ms. Swift, ...
The Miami Dolphin Cheerleaders are at it again. A year after they covered “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen the bikini clad ladies are at it again.
This time the cheerleaders are taking on Taylor Swift’s hit song “22″ with bikini’s and pom poms.
Kudos to the girls who are hoping to have more to cheer about this year following a 7-9 season with a first year coach and...
Former NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson told ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Tuesday that he’s learned his “lesson” after spending seven days in jail and thinks “everyone deserves a second chance.” The 35-year-old was released from jail on Monday after he apologized to Broward
They're at it again.
Last year, the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders' lip dub video of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" become a viral sensation with over 17 million views on YouTube.
This year, they've done a cover of Taylor Swift's "22" while on location in the Dominican Republic for their 2013-14 calendar shoot.
So without further adieu ...
We all remember when the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders did their lip-syncing cover of Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" last year, right?Well, the ladies are back and better than ever and this time their musical performance covers Taylor Swift's "22" hit song. Oh, the joys of 2013.The video pretty much uses the same successful ingredients as their last...
You may remember the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders from their Carly Rae Jepsen “Call Me Maybe” cover of yesteryear. Well, they’re back and they might just be better than ever. This time they’re covering Taylor Swift’s “22″ and again, they’re in bikinis.
This is definitely a trend I could get behind happening more than once a year. Here’s the video and below...
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Every year, there's a few teams that, for some reason or another, become popular analyst picks to make "surprise" playoff run. This year has been no different. Here's a few teams that seem to be popular picks this offseason to make that leap.
The Dolphins are probably the least predictable of all trendy picks this offseason. Most cite Ryan...
It’s time for the publicity hound known as Chad Ochocinco or Chad Johnson to simply go away. Last week, Johnson made news once again after slapping his attorney on the ass in court just like he’d slap a lineman after scoring a touchdown. Johnson wasn’t on the gridiron though, he was in a courtroom and the judge did not find his antics amusing and gave him 30 days in jail.
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