What a fitting end to the CW American High School All American Season Finale! Our nation has become a more diverse and welcoming place and our young stars shine among the brightest of our nation. This competition is an amazing way for us to showcase all we’ve learned, shown, and done during our student days and how much our students have grown and developed since they first started. Watching all of these young performers up close and personal in what is meant to be their big break is quite an experience… and something we can all enjoy!
There are many of you who have rooting interest in the Cw All American Team. And there are also many who simply love watching the competition and have no desire to be on the live audience. But I have to admit, seeing the different high school all American teams brought together to compete at Cw All American Weekend gives it a little extra special feeling. Watching the students come together and show all that they are, while putting on a performance that amazes us and leaves us with fond memories of a great weekend of fun and entertainment.
It’s good to remember that this is an experience that will be remembered for years to come. I am sure that we have all experienced being at a Cw All American Weekend show or even being at our regional finals of our competition. Cw All American weekends are some of the most fun times for any fan. My best memories of those experiences are when I was watching highlights from past shows on DVD and when I was able to attend and chat with the Cw All American champions and winners of the competition.
As with any fan favorite show, there are a lot of elements that make up this great event. For instance, the Cw All American Veterans Mini Golf Tournament was a very fun event. It was great to see all of our favorite Cw American veterans showing up and competing in this tournament. I also liked how there were several championships at this venue; I especially liked seeing the young ladies who finished second to first in this competition. Other events included…
I also enjoyed how the Cw All American Weekend got started. During the opening segment, Host Billy Graham mentioned that the show was going to air live from Las Vegas on FOX. Everyone just laughed and then asked when it was going to start. After that, we were treated to great music from Don Williams, Michael Jackson, Lenny Kravitz, and lots of others. The crowd absolutely loved watching these great entertainers and their amazing choreography.
Throughout the entire show, you could feel that there were actually millions of people watching and enjoying every moment of this fantastic event. Throughout the show, Cw All American Weekend was presented as a great way to honor our armed forces personnel and their service to this country. There were several touching moments including touching moments with retired military as well as special segments where celebrities from the TV show “The Daily Show” were interviewed. Even Chris Broussard, who is best known for his role as an actor on the TV show “American Crime,” was interviewed and was really emotional about his experience being in the military.
During the show, we were treated to a preview of next week’s competition, and we saw some of the contestants preparing for the big event. The Cw All American Weekend contestant that impressed me the most was Katelyn Mahoney. As the mother of one of the Cw All American girls who won the competition, I was very happy for her and what she had achieved. Her beautiful family looked like they were taking a vacation right there in Las Vegas, and she looked really happy and proud of herself.
I was very excited to see how this competition would go, since Cw All American has always been my favorite competition. I think that this show did an amazing job in presenting this event to American fans, especially those who do not live in the United States. I was very impressed by how this show brought some of our fighters from our country over to America and gave them the spotlight they deserve. It showed just how much Cw American fans truly do appreciate the sport.