Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Cheerleaders Admit Hardest Part Of ‘Amazing Race’ Is Afterwards

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – For some contestants on The Amazing Race, the hardest part happens after they’re kicked off the show.

Case in point: Cheerleaders “Kellie” and “Jamie,” who were eliminated this past Sunday (Sept. 24) because of their difficulties shooting a flaming arrow on a target.

Although the actual race was a challenge, the two made sure to remember, as Jamie puts it, “How much fun we’re having while we’re doing it.”

But the first 24 hours after their stint on the show ended was the worst.

Kellie admits, “We cried and dwelled on it in our hotel room. We took it pretty hard.”

As such, both Kellie and Jamie admit they’d like to go on another whirlwind global tour but wouldn’t want to relive their time in Mongolia again.

In Kellie’s words, “Mongolia is gorgeous but it’s not on our top ten list.”

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