"Certain girls like Jacie, Kinzie, and a few others in recent years have been protected from MTT by the organization. Most of them seem to go on to show group."
Literally protected, if yes how? Or was their background not interesting enough for the show? (according to MTT... not us ;) )
Ty yellowrose54, it actually makes me understand the girls desire/desperateness to be on the team.
Loved Rachel last year, this year I am bit in two-minds. Though last year we did not see much of rachel to be fair.
Courtney I wonder might have had a major panic attack to the point that she "ran" back home? I hope she will be ok whatever is going on. I'm glad they mentioned it a little bit and that Kelli was sincerely emotional about it.
Danielle it seems has a long way to go before she is actually on the team, I think it is fair that they brought her to TC as they can always cut her during TC or the season.
Whoever said it before, I'm with you. Wish we could have a look at their huge binder.
As far as Charlotte, I will always have huge respect for her professionally. Maybe her daddy's money helped her start her business work, but she does seem to work it. I've seen plenty of rich women who don't do anything other than socialize at parties. I bet she is involved with the business/appearance side of DCC. Like she finds places where the cheerleaders can make an appearance (plaza performance?).
Actually I also really respect Kelli and Judy professionally, plenty of times I think all 3 are (too) harsh on the young women. But they are of a generation where most women are secretaries at most. My mom runs into this a lot, most of her female friends do not have a full-time job like she does. I don't know if Judy's choreography is a full-time commitment, but Kelly & Charlotte seem to work full-time and then some.
However, having professional respect from me does not mean I automatically like them! Charlotte does sound like the person that if I met her in person, I would have to bite my tongue to not go 'do you even listen to yourself'. (before anyone yells at me, being a mom in general sounds like way hard work to me ;) I used my mom as an example because she is a single-mom + full-time employed as a computer programmer of a generation where that was all pretty unheard of)
Edited by leema, Sep 21, 2013 @ 6:51 AM.