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  • Ready, Okay! Give Me a 'C'!: Celebrities Who Were Cheerleaders

    Did you spend endless “Friday Night Lights”-type nights rooting for you school’s favorite teams?

    Well so did some of your favorite celebs.

    The celebrity website Snakkle.com dusted off the megaphone and did a few splits to bring you some cheer-tastic pics of celebrities — and a certain former president – who have a pom-pom past.

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    Rachael Ray: Seth Poppel/Yearbook Library, Anthony Behar/Getty Images.

    “Oh my gravy!” Perhaps the purveyor of catchphrases like “EVOO” (Extra Virgin Olive Oil) and “yum-o” got a head start start thinking up her varied vocabulary on the Lake George High School cheerleading squad in ’84.

    We’re not sure if we’re more impressed with Rachel Ray’s perky cheer outfit, or her perfectly feathered hair.

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    Kirstie Alley: Seth Poppel/Yearbook Library, Jason Kempin/Getty Images.

    Kirstie Alley kept it short and sassy back in 1967 at Wichita High School Southeast in Wichita, Kansas, before growing up to become the super-hot Vulcan Lt. JG Saaviktend in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.

    Kirstie would later become a household name after tending bar on the iconic sitcom Cheers and, more recently, after flaunting her stuff on Dancing with the Stars.

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    Megan Fox: Seth Poppel/Yearbook Library, Michael Buckner/Getty Images For Maui Film Festival.

    Megan Fox: Seth Poppel/Yearbook Library, Michael Buckner/Getty Images For Maui Film Festival.

    Even as a high school sophomore at Morningside Academy in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, in 2002, Megan Fox stands out in a crowd.

    With her bright smile and adorable braids, it’s no wonder she grew up to be an on-screen siren in movies such as “Transformers,” “Jennifer’s Body” and the upcoming Judd Apatow comedy “This Is Forty.”

    See more stars cheering their teams on, including Halle Berry, Cameron Diaz and that certain president, at Snakkle.com.

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