Motley Crue Singer Vince Neil’s Arena Football Team Holds Cheerleader Tryouts
By now, you probably know that Motley Crue singer Vince Neil and his company Rockstar Sports Group own the Arena Football League team the Las Vegas Outlaws. This week they held auditions for the team’s cheerleaders, called the Posse, and they've unveiled some video footage from the tryouts. Check it out above and below!
According to Las Vegas Top Picks, Neil was on hand for the start of the auditions for the Posse cheerleader squad, and we’re pretty sure he knew exactly what he was looking for, when it came to who made the final cut. Last month, he told the Las Vegas Sun, “This really will be ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’! They will look as if they have stepped right out of the hottest music video of all time…The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, who once made headlines around the world, will pale by comparison to what we assemble.”
The Las Vegas Outlaws play their first game on March 30 against Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley’s L.A. Kiss Team. Neil will sing the national anthem at the matchup and the Sun reported there is even the possibility of a Motley Crue and Kiss mini-concert before the game and at halftime.
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