But that's OK. Dallas is hiring strippers and AIDS clowns to take care of business...
This weekend's Super Bowl clash between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers will be the first in the game's 45 year history sans cheerleaders.
The Packers and the Steelers are two of the six NFL teams that do not have pom-pom squads, and they haven’t had them in years. The Packers did away with their cheerleaders in 1988 after market research indicated fans didn’t really care, and in 1970 it was an “organizational decision” to dissolve the Steelerettes.
This makes some S-A-D.
And others G-L-A-D.
Both NFL teams confirmed to FOX411’s Pop Tarts that they won’t be bringing stand-ins to Dallas for the big game, and an NFL spokesperson also told us that the league won’t be fielding in a substitute squad, even though they do feel cheerleaders “enhance the overall game day experience.” [...]
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