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For some reason, people in general are fascinated with the personal lives of athletes and others encompassed by fame. You will never catch me watching a show with Kim Kardashian.
"If I'm in the area where she is I'm sure I'll have something planned for that, but I also don't want to get her in too much trouble," he said on Thursday."I obviously couldn't get in trouble, but she could.I'm discussing some things and try to surprise her a little bit if maybe something happens."To the chagrin of sideline romantics, the celebration did not include a marriage proposal.But based on her reaction, Reich was likely happy not to draw any further attention for cavorting with the visiting team. America's sweethearts, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, have been warming the hearts of football fans since the 1970s when team president and general manager Tex Schramm recognized the marketing potential of such a unit.Schramm began recruiting professional dancers in the early 1970s to perform at games.
Before that time, local high school students made up the Cowboys cheerleading squad.
Today, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are perhaps the most visible cheerleaders in all of professional sports and are recognized worldwide.
As you can see by the photos below, their look hasn't changed drastically over the years.
And one thing that can always be counted on is the beauty of each of the cheerleaders.
Before returning to his native Dallas with the Buffalo Bills, wide receiver David Nelson revealed that he had something planned should he score a touchdown against the Cowboys.
He hinted to Buffalo that his special celebration would involve his girlfriend Kelsi Reich, a Dallas cheerleader.