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Vikings ask fans to vote on next cheerleaders

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The Minnesota Vikings are asking fans to vote on who makes the cheerleading squad for the 2013 season.

The team has assembled photos of 52 finalists and is asking the public to vote on their favorites. Voting goes through April 24.

Open auditions held April 7 drew 160 participants, and the team plans to choose its final 35-member squad on April 24, after a final audition April 23. The team posted tryout videos.

An Eau Claire Leader Telegram sports reporter wrote about her experience during the open audition.

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