Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Alumna
Lisa Ligon


With Michael Buffer


Founder of The Purrfect Angelz


Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Lisa attended George Mason University, majoring in Dance while performing as a Washington Redskins Cheerleaders for 3 years. Next she became a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader performing at Texas Stadium, and was soon performing for troops around the world doing 9 USO Tours in Bosnia, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Korea, and Hungary.

Lisa made the cover of the 1999 Dallas Cowboy's Cheerleaders Swimsuit Calendar before deciding to move to Los Angeles to start training her own group of talented, beautiful women who are now the "Purrfect Angelz". Lisa's had lead roles in some of today’s hottest country music videos, starring in Trace Adkins "Hot Mamma", “Chrome”, and Brooks and Dunn’s “Play Something Country”. She choreographed the Purrfect Angelz in Trace’s “Honky Tonk Ba Donka Donk” which they performed live at the CMT Awards and ACMA‘s 2006 on CBS. Lisa was also one of the "Juggies" on Comedy Central’s “The Man Show" and a $25,000 winner on TV's "Dog Eat Dog"

Lisa is now a dancer and the choreographer of the "Homewreckers" on the new Jeff Foxworthy show "Foxworthy's Big Night Out" as well as running Purrfect Angelz.

Source: PurrfectAngelz.com



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