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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Life After the Show

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Life After the Show

If you’ve recently binged “America’s Sweethearts” on Netflix and are curious about the latest updates on the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders from last season, here’s the scoop.

The seven-episode series on Netflix took viewers through the 2023 season of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. The show detailed the audition process, behind-the-scenes activities, and the end-of-season decisions on whether the cheerleaders would return. The squad included 36 women, with the series focusing on several key members. Here’s what they’ve been up to since the series concluded.

Reece Weaver, a rookie who drew significant attention, married her fiancé Will this past April. Will was also featured on the show.

Anna, prominently featured because of her sister’s previous involvement with the squad, remains relatively quiet on social media. Her sister Caroline now sells medical equipment in the Dallas area after an injury kept her from making the squad last season.

Kat, known for her outspoken views on cheerleader pay, wasn’t part of the squad during the show’s filming but continues to help out as the DCC coordinator. She’s also working as a realtor in North Texas.

Victoria, a cheerleader many rooted for during the season, has moved to New York City, aiming to become a Rockette during the Christmas season. Known for her high kicks, Victoria faced numerous challenges in the 2023 season and was hoping for advancement that seemingly didn’t materialize.

Camille, who earned the title of rookie of the year on the show, has been relatively quiet on social media and plans to return next season.

Sophy Laufer, who experienced a traumatic incident during one of the games, plans to come back next year despite the harrowing experience. She accused a photographer of groping her on the sidelines, but the Arlington Police Department claimed there wasn’t enough video evidence to press charges.

Kelcey Wetterberg, whose fifth and final year as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader was a central storyline, shared advice with the younger squad members. She got engaged in the final episode and picked out her dream dress just a week ago.

Unfortunately, not all hopefuls made the team. Kelly, who was cut before the season, is officially trying out for the 2024 squad. Similarly, Charly, who was also cut, plans to try out again next season.

Anisha Kurukulasuriya, another hopeful who didn’t make the squad, appears to have shifted her focus. She now teaches Bollywood-style dance classes in Dallas and won’t be trying out again for the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders.

Ari, who didn’t make the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, found her place in the NFL by becoming a cheerleader for the Miami Dolphins. Criticized for being too tall, it’s unclear whether she’ll try out for the Dallas squad again.

Madeline Salter, whose mother was also a cheerleader in the past, plans to try out for the 2024 squad. This would be her fourth year on the team.

If you’re interested in more updates on the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, you can find a story in US Weekly.

Source: US Weekly