Both the¬†Miami Dolphins¬†cheerleaders and the¬†New Orleans Saints¬†cheerleaders (the “Saintsations”) teamed up to film Taylor Swift’s hit song “22” while on the set of their 2013 calendar shoots.
The video, which features a series of photos with beauties in bikinis, was filmed in the Dominican Republic during the cheerleading squad’s recent 2014 calendar photo shoot.
With new video numerous questions arise. Thus, people would like to know why the girls have decided to choose Taylor Swift’s hit song.
Some may suggest that song ’22’ was chosen to symbolize the average age of the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders, but their official web-page¬†¬†does not mention the beauties’ ages (because a lady never tells), so maybe we’ll never know.
Besides, one more question to be asked after the video is whether the sexy cheerleaders are celebrating¬†the guy who wears jersey number 22.
And Miami New Times has the answer: “Well, second-round draft pick Jamar Taylor will wear number 22 next year, but it would be weird for the team to celebrate their second-round draft pick in such a big way, especially considering they made such a big deal of trading up to the third spot to draft Dion Jorand, so probably not.”
“Besides, Ryan Tannehill is considering the “future” of the franchise, and Taylor Swift does have a song matching his jersey number in “17.”
The¬†New Orleans Saints’ cheerleaders were the first ones to release a “22” cover onYouTube, which came out on June 17, 2013. The Dolphins released their version just a day later.
This is the second time the extremely beautiful cheerleaders support their team via shooting a video and uploading it to YouTube.
Last summer the girls shot a video for Ray Jepsen’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ which was watched more than 15 millions during 5 months. Some time later, the soldiers gave the girls a¬†run for their money with dance moves and lip synching making do with props from their Afghanistan base.
Posted on November 11 by Finsproductions who made the Dolphins original video, the description reads: “Troops stationed in Afghanistan recently sent us their very own version of our Call Me Maybe video! ”
“Watch how they match our video move for move! To all of our troops serving our country… Thank you from the Miami Dolphins Family.”
At then end of their own clip, the soldiers wrote: ‘To the Dolphins Cheerleaders, thank you for the inspiration. Your fans in Afghanistan.’
It was not the first time that Canadian singer Carly-Rae’s Call Me Maybe has been used for a comedy video send-up.
The Harvard University baseball team racked up more than 11 million views after they uploaded their own take on the ‘Call Me Maybe’ while riding back from a game in the team’s van, reports The Daily Mail.
Internet star, Steve Kardynal also shot a parody on this hit, and uploaded it to YouTube on August, 2012. However,¬†¬†after gathering 32 million views in under 2 months the original upload was removed from Youtube because someone in the video filed a ‘privacy complaint’.