Monday, November 26, 2012

Colts Cheerleaders Shave Heads To Raise Money

Most of the time in this space, I put some comedy, but today I thought I would post a video of two Indianapolis Colts cheerleaders who got their heads shaved after the mascot raised $22,000 for leukemia research,. The head coach of the Colts has leukemia and has been undergoing chemotherapy treatments.

17 comments:

JSierra said...

Great job ladies! Hair is replaceable but you may only get one chance to help change someone else's life.

Chrissy Buns said...

Beauty inside and out. What an awesome thing to do!

supapimp said...

Love 'em!

SueRH said...

Good for them! :)

Tampa Shawn said...

Not usually into bald ladies but these two are even hotter now just knowing what it stands for! Nice to see them rallying around their coach.

Agent**It said...

Enty "Most of the time in this space, I put some comedy " .... that is debatable:)

Great clip, good for them.

Jessie said...

Good on them!

urban chaos said...

:) always happy to see something positive!

mynerva said...

Well done ladies, a genuinely classy and brilliant thing to do.

madeinbrzil said...

that's very nice but $22k? Seems like a small amount for a team filled with millionaires.

hairydawg said...

role models

kim butler said...

That is such a selfless act knowing that hair is part of the look for their job. Bless you ladies.

zeldafitzgerald said...

that is so cool

Lola said...

So cool.

kj said...

i saw this during the game. Those women showed a lot of class to shave their heads live on national tv. That speaks volumes to how respected Coach Pagano is. He was at the game in the owner's box. When he first got diagnosed, he couldnt leave the hospital for weeks while he underwent his treatment. It is just wonderful that the Colts are doing so well and the community has embraced the Coach during such a trying time. Stay strong Coach. you will beat it!!

E Gee Be said...

Watched it live too, at a sports bar filled with rowdy guys, who became strangely quiet and respectful while they watched....no snarkiness, just comments about how beautiful both women are, it was very cool

Sarah said...

I'm from Indy, so proud of these girls! I was watching from a brewery in Brown county, I couldn't believe how brave these girls are. Very touching.