Who has chelsea hobbs dating
As Sparky Polastry said in Bring It On “fat people don’t go as high.” But I think there’s an appropriate way to deal with it which the show didn’t get.) -the girls don’t look like gymnasts (no, they don’t.
josie loren and chelsea hobbs are far too thin and none of the girls have the muscle–or really any muscle.
But rumor has it there is more to come, so fingers crossed on that one.) -too much too quickly (agreed. episode one friendship destroyed episode four best friends again.
episode one lose the main coach, episode three new one comes.
) -bulimia and weight issues (we have a throwaway scene for that one in the bathroom in episode one.
In episode 2 the twelve year old sister asks what would supplement whipped cream that is less fattening.
There’s a reason Stick It employed a similar method as well and keep in mind this isn’t reality TV or a documentary.
Though it would be interesting to have a show that followed some gymnasts for a year or two.) And they have spoken to elite gymnasts, so they have done some research on the subject.
But let’s face it, it wouldn’t make for very good tv.(since this picture doesn’t insert into the page, to see chelsea hobbs being hot go here: -Kayley a little bit pisses me off is the truth. I sympathize with her in regards to dealing with father (who gets “streaky with the bat” what?) but I would like to see some indication that she actually cares about the gymnastics. “I don’t mean to be all up in your Kool-aid…” Really? I know that in teen movies they always have bad lines (Bring It On, Mean Girls, Stick It are certainly filled with them–ie “call me, stalk you”) but a television show is supposed to be somewhat more realistic and fleshed out.(Though props to Cassie Scerbo, her line delivery makes it at least semi-plausible) -Lauren’s sabotage.Giving a girl “the chill,” while not something I have personally ever seen, is something that really happens.