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On Friday, September 30th the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Alumni - The Spirit of DCC - walked in the Opening Day Parade for the The State Fair of Texas. What is quickly becoming a tradition for SODCC, the parade is a classic fixture in the the history of the State Fair. The Mardi Gras styled parade was brand new this year, and thoughtfully developed between Jason Hayes, Sr. Vice President of Brand Development and Kern Studios out of New Orleans, LA. Numerous organizations from throughout Texas joined

Neal McCoy and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders established a relationship that began over 20 years, when in 2001, both headlined a USO Tour. From that first tour, many other excursions were made to support and entertain the US Military stationed all over the world.  The bond continued to strengthen as Neal made numerous appearances as a Celebrity Judge on DCC: Making the Team. With this special bond, it made sense to incorporate the DCC in the labor of love foundation Nela created with his wife, Melinda.

Well, the alums were at it again!!!! On September 17th, over 30 DCC Alumni gathered at the Holiday Warehouse in Plano for a holiday wreath design class with owner Sharon Swain!  They indulged on fantastic food & drinks while learning the fine art of bow making!   After honing their skills, private shopping time was in order as the hunt began for those special items that would adorn their homes this holiday season.  Jordan Chanley Tabor (DCC 2008, 09, 10)  won the coveted DCC Christmas wreath & Nicole

On Friday, August 19th, 65 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Alumni gathered at XOXO Dining Room & Garden to welcome the New Alumni Class of 2021 into the ‘Spirit of DCC’, the DCC Alumni organization.  In this inaugural event, 9 young ladies were celebrated:  Lexie, Gina, Taylor, Amber, Rachel, Erin, Madeline, Kristin, & Amber.  Over lunch, the young & the ‘seasoned’ shared recollections of their time on the squad.  Even though the boots & uniform may have changed slightly over the years, the stories & memories ring true

Summer is officially here! Often imitated, never equaled, the 2022 Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Swimsuit Issue is now available. Featured on the cover is Kat, a fourth-year DCC veteran, basking in the glow of a breathtaking sunset. Only the beginning, this 13th annual edition includes more than 100 photos of America’s Sweethearts photographed in and around beautiful Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Swimsuit Issue is one three specialty editions produced by Dallas Cowboys Star Magazine each year. April saw the publication of the always-in-demand Draft Guide, and coming

In the Spring, the NFL rolled into The Draft setting its sights for this season’s Veterans and "up and coming" Rookies. OTA's (Organized Team Activities) and minicamps are on the schedule before Training Camp begins. These areas allow coaches to see the talent develop and what could lie ahead. The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders offseason is very similar with prep classes, DCC stylized video choreography, and recruitment from college programs. Each of these lend themselves to the beginning of DCC Audition Season. For three years, the Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are honored and thrilled by the announcement that came yesterday of the 4th Annual Critics Choice Real TV Awards. One of six nominated shows in the "Best Sports Show" category, we look forward to June 12th when the winners in all categories are announced! – LOS ANGELES – The Critics Choice Association (CCA) and nonfiction producers’ organization NPACT today unveiled the nominees for the fourth annual Critics Choice Real TV Awards, which recognize excellence in nonfiction, unscripted and reality programming across broadcast, cable and

This year during National Nursing Home Week, May 8-14, the DCC visited 12 nursing homes across the DFW metroplex and ventured out to one East Texas.  Arriving  aboard the Dallas Cowboys bus, the ladies were greeted by waving residents and balloons.  One of the senior living staff members said "When the Cheerleaders entered the room, I saw faces of joy, happiness, excitement and smiles that I have not seen in years from many of these residents. DCC engaged with each resident and made them feel like they were