[Shapiro] The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders
are giving soldiers something to cheer about during their 69th USO tour.
The ladies spent a week meeting, greeting, and signing autographs throughout Korea.
The ladies performed everywhere they went, but nothing could be more memorable than the
quality time they spent with each soldier. My favorite part is actually doing the one-on-one
interaction, being able to go to the DFACs and sit down
and eat and enjoy a good conversation with someone
over here. It’s great to put on the show, and it brings
smiles to a lot of people’s faces, but that one-on-one interaction is what brings
us back every time. [Shapiro] The cheerleaders came to Camp Castle,
Camp Hovey, and Camp Casey, where they performed the main
event, an hour and a half long variety show.
The main performance had something for everyone. There was singing, [â™ªmusic playingâ™ª]
>>I am beautiful in every single way… [Shapiro] dancing, and even a chance for the
audience to win prizes. During the show the cheerleaders came out
and they were asking questions about different stuff on Dallas Cowboys history.
One of the questions was asked, “How many stars are on the cheerleader’s uniform?”
I answered correctly with 15. So I ended up getting this right here for
that. [crowd cheering]
[Shapiro] Everyone had a great time, especially Sergeant Deleon,
a native of Corpus Christi, Texas. After winning a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
swimsuit calendar, he had the chance to meet the girls backstage.
Army Sergeant Daniel Shapiro, Camp Hovey, Korea.
[â™ªtechno musicâ™ª] That’s the Army Today from Soldiers Radio and Television,