The success of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders is undeniable. “America’s Sweethearts” are a world brand, such a lot in order that the star-spangled uniform hangs within the Smithsonian’s National Museum of yank History.
The Dallas Cheerleaders are close to “chase their dreams again.” And with “more spots open than ever before,” who are going to be making the team?
CMT’s much-anticipated series, Dallas Cowboys-Cheerleaders: Making the Team will return on Citizenship Day , as seen within the first look below. With more auditions and contestants than ever before, the competition is stiff and therefore the pressure remains at an all-time high because the candidates work to perfect new, technically challenging routines to impress longtime coaches Kelli Finglass and Judy Trammell and earn an esteemed spot on the sector . We “love dancing such a lot ,” too!
When COVID-19 arrived in the U.S. in early 2020, the pandemic nearly cancelled the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders’ season. In an attempt to keep the legendary program on track, DCC director, Kelli Finglass and staff — of CMT’s “DCC: Making the Team” — experimented with software so that dancers across the country could audition virtually.
“We developed a robust audition application platform that allowed people to initially try out from their homes,” Finglass told The Post — confirming DCC will move forward with its new virtual audition process that fans were first in
“I never would have wrapped my head around this as a touch girl,” one rookie enthusiastically declares within the clip.