Two Colts Cheerleaders Got Their Heads Shaved as a Reward for Raising $20,000 for Leukemia Research (Video)
Well, here are two Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders who just ensured that they won’t be getting cut from the squad next year. Or probalby ever. Because on Sunday in Indianapolis, during the Colts’ 20-13 victory of the Buffalo Bills at Lucas Oil Field, they got their heads shaved as part of an effort to raise money for Leukemia research and support cancer-stricken head coach Chuck Pagano.
You may recall that, earlier this month, about 30 Colts players shaved their heads in support of their coach, who took a leave of absence on September 26 to battle Leukemia. After that, Blue, the Colts’ fuzzy horse mascot, issued a challenge to the Cheerleaders: anyone who raised $10,000 for cancer research by November 25 would get the “privilege” of having their heads shaved, just like the players.
Well, cheerleaders Megan M. and Chrystal B. accepted and met that challenge. So yesterday they got buzzed.
Check it out:
Talk about ChuckStrong, right?
Of course, Megan and Chrystal aren’t the only people in Indianapolis raising money for Leukemia research in honor of Chuck Pagano. Anyone can stop by an Indy-area Great Clips to have their head shaved, and Great Clips will donate $10 to Blue’s ChuckStrong Challenge. So far 800 people have gone bald for Chuck.
Nice work, Indianapolis.
Hat Tip – [Shutdown Corner]