Remember Mississippi State cheerleader Taylor Corley who did Playboy under the “pseudonym” of Taylor Stone and lost her Mississippi State cheerleader scholarship because of it. (Don’t laugh, colleges actually do give out scholarships for cheerleading). This happened a couple years ago. Well that freshman Mississippi State cheerleader left school and made an appearance on the web television show “The College Experiment.”
That Mississippi State cheerleader pursued a career in reality tv that was to begin with a series entitled “Girl Swag” on MTV. Well, all episodes of “Girl Swag” are about as real as Lennay Kakua. Taylor Corley is beyond ridiculously gorgeous, at least she was then, but perhaps not the best at career decision making. It’s like Ron Zook is calling the plays of her life. But who among us truly knew what we were doing around age 19?
At TSB, all our photos and outbound links are safe for work, so if you want to see Mississippi State cheerleader Taylor Corley’s NSFW spread as Taylor Stone you’ll have to look elsewhere. Taylor Corley or Taylor Stone may still collect checks from Playboy, I’m not sure. But she didn’t make it in Hollywood, as she doesn’t even have an IMDB page.
And everybody who’s nobody has an IMDB page.
Maybe Girls Gone Wild is a natural fit for Corley, but as we learned yesterday, they have some financial issues to straighten out right now. Corley does have a Twitter account with 1,400 followers, which would be a high amount for you or I, but a very low amount for a real celebrity. A lot of her tweets are in broken English ghetto vernacular and she also gives publishes gems such as these:
It’s a drunk drunk life
Bud light platinum rocks my world
We found our jar of pot, you not sneaky little bitch ????
Stay classy Ms. Corley. I guess it’s clear she doesn’t have any agents/brand managers watching over her. But I wouldn’t judge too much because if I met the 20 year old version of myself, I’d probably find him so stupid that I’d beat the living snot out of him.
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