Charger Girl Wannabes Wanted

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    The Chargers take their undefeated record into the Q on Sunday against the Ravens.

    Do you have what it takes to be a Charger Girl?

    This Sunday, April 11, hundreds of hopefuls from around the globe will come to San Diego to compete for one of the 28 highly coveted spots on the Charger Girls.

    Open auditions are held at the University of San Diego’s Jenny Craig Pavilion, with registration and check-in beginning at 9 a.m.

    Applicants will be judged on dance ability, crowd appeal and showmanship -- all of which are vital traits necessary to be a Charger Girl.
    For those girls that make it past the open audition, they can expect an interview and final dance audition the following week.

    This year auditions feature a special celebrity judge, Sabrina Bryan. Bryan, star of the Cheetah Girls and Dancing with the Stars, knows what it takes to be a high profile dancer.

    The Cheetah Girls -- both a multi-platinum recording group and a series of Disney Channel movies about the group -- has given Bryan a strong performance background in the limelight, according to the La Jolla Light.

    As a performer on the 5th season of Dancing with the Stars, Sabrina performed with dancer Mark Ballas.

    “Sabrina’s variety of high profile dance and performance experience adds another level of expertise to the judging panel,” Charger Girls Director Lisa Simmons said.

    The open audition applications can be found on-line at charger's website, all applicants must be at least 18 years old. The deadline has passed for pre-registration status, but walk-ups will be accepted at the door for a $25 registration fee. Applicants should have open schedules for rehearsals, games and public appearances.