Give us an F…Give us an A… Give us a B! An all male cheerleading team is burning up the internet with their jammin' dance moves and sassy attitude—and OKMagazine.com has video of their impressive performances! The Prancing Elites of Mobile are rapidly gaining fame, and to say they can bust a move would be an understatement. OK! News: Paris Jackson Gets Cheerleading Offer The flamboyant group has been showered with praise, and more than their fair share of haters too, but the boys are taking it all in their stride! "We shall remain humble and continue to press forward in our future endeavors," they recently posted on their Facebook page. OK! News: Snooki's Extreme Cheerleading Diet "We tell people all the time good exposure, bad exposure it doesn't matter because at the end of the day IT'S EXPOSURE.... "We appreciate the haters as well... because you all keep us motivated to be better.... we really appreciate the support from our supporters mostly, for standing in, in our absence and taking up for our team.... we'll continue being on the move... thanks again…" OK! News: Bring It On Star Natina Reed Dead At 32 And, they already have a celeb following too! "Sooooo former NBA star Shaquille "SHAQ" O'neal has tweeted out one of @prancingelites videos.... he titled his tweet, 'THESE DUDES B JAMMIN….'" The team posted on Facebook. "When I tell you that video only had 3, 000 + views, and now has 13, 000 + since he tweeted less than 12 hours ago... since 2004 we've been talked about, mistreated, abused, etc in this artform... but for some reason we remained humbled and continued striving for excellence, because God says, patience is the key... "Good things come to those who wait... I dont know exactly whats about to happen... but all im asking is God let your will be done... Protect us on this tideous journey... Hallelujah is the highest praise....and thats all we are thinking about at this point…." The team also emphasizes it takes hard work to be THIS fabulous! "Thanks for the support..we work very hard to get to where we are..sometimes day in and day out..long late night practices and even early morning practices.. "We have a passion for the art of DANCE, so no matter how we perform it..its our EXPRESSION OF ART." Three cheers for that! What do you think about the Prancing Elites of Mobile? Sound off in comments below and tweet us @OKMagazine Photo credit: YouTube
Filed under: Minivan/Van, Plants/Manufacturing, Chrysler, Dodge Recent reports have suggested that Chrysler may soon phase out its long-running Dodge brand, and while the company remains mum on the subject, you can't blame analysts for thinking that's the direction the Pentastar's everyday brand is heading. After all, Chrysler has shown a willingness to shutter brands, having killed off Plymouth back in 2001, and it's putting big dollars behind its bid to build Fiat into a North American force. Chrysler also recently took the step of spinning off its trucks into the stand-alone Ram brand and relocated its halo Viper supercar under the SRT banner. Couple that with long-held gossip that the full-size Dodge Durango utility vehicle and the Avenger sedan are both living on borrowed time, and you've got a dwindling product portfolio. That would leave Dodge with the Dart compact (a model that isn't selling particularly well), the Charger (which has a mechanical twin in the Chrysler 300) and the Challenger, which could be supplanted by a rumored Chrysler/SRT Cuda. On the people-mover front, Dodge offers the aging Journey and the Grand Caravan, which is the twin to the bigger-margin Chrysler Town & Country. Stories for some time have pegged Chrysler as only moving forward with one minivan, though there has been some waffling as to whether the next-generation MPV would wear the Town & Country badge or that of the Grand Caravan. A new report out of Canada - where the vehicles are built - says that the winner in the sippy-cup derby is the next Chrysler Town & Country, which will carry a 2016 model year designation. In addition, sources report that T&C production at the Windsor Assembly Plant will be joined by an as-yet-unnamed large near-luxury crossover for 2017, another long-rumored model that could be similar in concept to the long-defunct Pacifica. The brand for this new model? You guessed it - Chrysler.Next Chrysler minivan to be Town & Country only, fueling Dodge closure rumors originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 19 Jun 2013 14:14:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Email this | Comments
Ron Burgundy, we've needed you. I'm a mess without you. I miss you so much! I miss being with you. I miss being near you. I miss your laugh! I miss your scent. I miss your musk. OK! News: Watch Will Ferrell's five funniest moments ever! Which is all a way of saying, after nine long years with no news team, the gang is all back! The first trailer for the Anchorman sequel, Anchorman: The Legend Continues, is now out, and it shows Will Ferrell and his buds in... the 1980s. Cue the Journey! The movie comes out the week of Christmas. You stay classy until then. What did you think of the trailer? Did you like the first movie? Are you excited to see Kristen Wiig involved? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine. Photo credit: Splash
By Lefteris Papadimas and Renee Maltezou ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's ruling party leaders met on Wednesday to try to agree when and how to resume state TV broadcasts, two days after a top court ordered the immediate reopening of the state broadcaster ERT, abruptly closed by the government a week ago. ERT's screens were black or showing color bars for an eighth straight day after Prime Minister Antonis Samaras's unexpected decision to pull the plug at a few hours' notice to save money and help shore up Greece's bankrupt state finances. ...
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