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Wisconsin cheerleaders nail "Blue Steel"

ARLINGTON, Texas - The Florida cheerleaders refused to participate in this stupid, but necessary, exercise of practicing Derek Zoolander's famous "Blue Steel", which still brings audiences to its knees. 

Wisconsin was all in. Thanks to Mr. Ian Rasch and Ms. Alayna Muldoon of the Wisconsin cheerleading team for not taking themselves too seriously; we all paid homage to one of the greatest male models of all time - Derek Zoolander.

Blue Steel is not as easy as it looks; it is much harder than Ferrari, Le Tigre, or Magnum.

Blue Steel takes a tremendous amount of practice, heart, determination, guts, guile, sticktoitivenessselfconfidence, and one truly offensive shirt.



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