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2012 New Orleans VooDoo Doll Team Set; All 20 Dolls From Louisiana

NEW ORLEANS â€“ Over 225 patrons were in attendance at Mardi Gras World on Sunday afternoon for the New Orleans VooDoo Doll Finals, and the franchise is pleased to announce that 20 young ladies have been selected to represent the organization for the 2012 season as VooDoo Dolls.


“It was very, very hard to trim from 30 to 20.  I really wish that I could have kept them all,” said Tamica Lee-Smith, VooDoo Doll Director.  “I’m very happy with the 20 ladies that were selected, and feel that we have a really solid group of dancers.”   


All 20 young ladies selected as 2012 VooDoo Dolls are from Louisiana, and from New Orleans or the Greater New Orleans Area.  Of the 20 selected, 9 are veterans, having danced for the team last season or in years prior.  

“I’m glad that I was not a judge,” added Lee-Smith.  “The judges had their work cut out for them, and all of them stated how tough it was to get to the final 20.  I truly encourage those that didn’t make it to tryout next year.”

The 2012 VooDoo Doll Dance Team is listed below:

Nicole from New Orleans

Gia from Slidell

Lauren from Kenner

Tia from New Orleans

Mallory from Gretna

Diane from Westwego

Abby from Des Allemands

Carley from Luling

Megan from Luling

Danielle from Luling

Sabrina from Kenner

Brittney from Destrehan

Madriana from New Orleans

Victoria from Montz

Marshe from New Orleans

Brittany from Kenner

Ayesha from New Orleans

Keina from New Orleans

Brittney from Westwego

Adia from New Orleans  


About the New Orleans VooDoo

The New Orleans VooDoo will play in the New Orleans Arena, an SMG managed facility directly across the street from the Louisiana Superdome.  Single game tickets for VooDoo regular season home games are on sale now by calling 504-875-3900.  For more information call (888) 277-5526 for Vice President and Director of Operations, Jason Coffel.

About the AFL

Since its inception in 1987, the AFL has afforded the fast-paced and exciting game of Arena Football to millions of fans in a myriad of markets across the country.  The NFL Network will once again broadcast an AFL National Game of the Week for the entire regular and post season on Friday nights at 8:00 pm EST, culminating with the ArenaBowl Championship Game in August.


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