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NFL Cheerleaders recruit Paris Jackson

It looks like Paris Jackson, 14,  already has a job lined up after graduation. The young celebuspawn has been offered a spot on Philadelphia’s NFL cheerleading squad, the Eagles. Paris is still too young to audition – the minimum age is 18 –  but cheerleading director Barbra Zaun is urging the young girl to audition when she is ready. Barbra became smitten with Michael Jackson’s daughter after she witnessed video footage and images of Paris cheering for Buckley High school’s cheerleading squad. “We thought that she had a lot of poise, confidence, and enthusiasm in her cheer performance,” Zaun told TMZ. “Paris has that ‘wow factor’ that makes a great cheerleader.” The director added that Paris’ time in the spotlight will only enhance her performances.”She is already very comfortable in the limelight, so we think she would definitely stand out and impress the judges … We hope that she will try out for the team and be an Eagles cheerleader!” ~Brittnee Fleming

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  1. Janice • March 12, 2013 @ 2:59 PM

    Publicity stunt. I doubt she’s ever going to be a cheerleader.

  2. Paula • March 12, 2013 @ 3:28 PM

    HAHA this is so funny. They’re basically saving a spot for her, only because she’s a descendant of the royal Jackson blood line. Just like how her brother is a correspondent for ET. Ri-dic-u-lous!

  3. Nobody Important • March 12, 2013 @ 4:12 PM

    There is no Jackson blood in her either.

  4. the original N.I. /Nobody Important/ • March 12, 2013 @ 5:41 PM

    This is just an odd mix of nepotism and child exploitation.

  5. Gwen • March 12, 2013 @ 8:14 PM

    There are better things in life to be than a cheerleader. Thought the kid had some brains. What a waste this would be.

  6. Meow Meow • March 12, 2013 @ 11:10 PM

    I think the more important article that EVERYONE wants to read is who are her real parents????? I agree with Nobody Important… unlikely to be any Jackson blood in her….

  7. the original N.I. /Nobody Important/ • March 13, 2013 @ 3:18 AM

    sigh, there was a time ‘Nobody Important’ was my alias… until some douchebag stole it.

  8. Nobody Important • March 13, 2013 @ 11:51 AM

    Now, now, name-calling is reserved for little children, right? And we’re all adults here. Especially considering how “spot on” your Skyfall comments were “the original” N.I.

  9. the original N.I. /Nobody Important/ • March 14, 2013 @ 2:54 AM

    “Now, now, name-calling is reserved for little children, right?”
    So is identity theft. I’m shocked someone with your grasp of the English language fails to grasp hypocrisy.
    .

    “And we’re all adults here.”
    You have us fooled.
    .

    FYI, my Skyfall comments were accurate. Stick with Twilight; you’re out of your league elsewhere.

  10. Nobody Important • March 14, 2013 @ 1:08 PM

    On the contrary my friend, actual identity theft is almost exclusively the department of adults, not children. So no hypocrisy there. It’s also worth noting that one’s grasp of the English language has nothing to do with one’s ability to detect hypocrisy (you’re a case in point).

    Possession is also nine tenths of the law. I have the alias, so you’re the deluded one trying to steal it from me? Now that’s hypocrisy, by the way.

    I strongly dislike Twilight. You should watch Skyfall again with the subtitles turned on, and the commentary too if you can handle both at once.

  11. the original N.I. /Nobody Important/ • March 14, 2013 @ 5:56 PM

    It must be comforting to to find solace in your delusions.
    .

    “Possession is also nine tenths of the law. I have the alias, so you’re the deluded one trying to steal it from me? Now that’s hypocrisy, by the way.”
    Nope, that’s merely a desperate attempt to concrete your delusions.

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