Joey Gallo’s girlfriend Shelbi Alyssa is an official dancer for the Charger Girls, though she’s dating a professional baseball player. I guess that’s a good thing for Joey since it means she’s open to dating pro athletes (who isn’t) and thus would be open to dating one of the San Diego Chargers. So in my mind, Joey Gallo could go to a dinner party and make the claim that he stole his girlfriend from a San Diego Charger. I mean, that would be a weird thing to just declare at a dinner party, but the point is that he could.
Shelbi Alyssa originally hails from Yorba Linda, which is a posh neighborhood outside Los Angeles. Her cheerleader bio says that she, “made her mark in the world at age two when she followed her older siblings into gymnastic class.” Sorry, but you are not leaving any mark on anyone’s world by attending a gymnastic class at age two, Shelbi. The bio later states that she’s done some good work with non-profits like the With Hope Foundation and the Make-A-Wish-Foundation. Now that’s something that could leave a mark in the world. She should rewrite her biography and change the leaving-a-mark part to reflect her work with non-profits. My cynical side wonders if the team might make the players and cheerleaders work with the non-profits.
Shelbi was working on a bachelor of arts in broadcast journalism, but I think she may have finished it because there’s a picture of her with her graduation cap looking happy with a bunch of other smiling blondes. Maybe she will try to pursue a career in broadcast journalism? Seems like a bit of a jump going from a professional cheerleader to a professional broadcaster, but it’s possible. I’m not entirely sure what the first move would be in for someone looking to pursue a career in broadcasting. I guess you could start taking videos of yourself doing some faux reporting and show them to potential employers. From the looks of her Instagram, the only video on there is one of her scaring the bejesus out of her friend by hiding behind a dresser and yelling, “roar.” It’s not a bad first step into the broadcasting of journalism.