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Bobbi, affectionately called her full maiden name ‘Bobbi Claar’ (pronounced Claire) by Kelli Finglass, was only 18-years-old when she first auditioned for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders in 1999. This was not the normal, says Bobbi; the majority of the ladies who made up the team that year were above the age of 24, and up to the age of 35. Originally from Plano, Texas, Bobbi was an officer on her drill team and then a cheerleader at Plano East Senior High before deciding to try out for

Mary Dill Krow may originally be from Tulsa, Oklahoma, but she is a true Texas girl at heart. Growing up, she danced at both her studio and as a member of her high school spirit squad, before she moved to Dallas to attend SMU in 2009. During her college years, Mary decided to take a break from dancing to focus on her studies; however, she always felt a draw to audition for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. As a child, Mary fondly recalls her family gathering around the

Melinda (May) Seibert became a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader 1981 and cheered for three years under the direction of Suzanne Mitchell. I had the pleasure of interviewing her, and we instantly felt a bond! Her time as a cheerleader was incredible, and she had so many awesome stories and memories to share. Melinda grew up singing and dancing at her aunt's dance studio in Texas. She attended college at Texas A&M where at that time they didn’t have cheerleaders. Once May graduated, she knew the next step in

Tonia Jones is a native Texan. She is from Houston, Texas and attended the University of North Texas. When she was attending college, she was also a member of the school’s dance team. Her college director, Jennifer Jones, was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader alumna and is someone who inspired her to try out for the team. Tonia’s Aunt was also a Derrick Doll Cheerleader (former Houston Oilers) and she watched her dance in the NFL. As a young girl, she watched the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders movie from

Growing up in a military family, Kathy Rodriguez found herself moving very often. She lived all over the country and eventually settled in Texas. After graduating high school, Kathy's mother told her she should audition for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. She had been singing and dancing since a young age, and was a natural performer. I had the pleasure to sit down and interview Kathy on FaceTime. We had a wonderful time getting to know each other and sharing how the organization has impacted our lives. Performing was

When I began my journey as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader (DCC), I had no idea that I would be welcomed into such a family that would extend beyond my team and into teams of DCC past. To me, this sisterhood embodies every woman who has worn the uniform, and I am truly lucky to be part of it. As I neared the end of my rookie season, I took time to reflect… and what a year it was! The “Power of the Star” is real and true.

Elizabeth Davis Wisdom is a southern sweetheart, born and raised in Tyler, Texas. At age seven she discovered her passion for performing and started dancing competitively throughout her years in school. A student of Robert E. Lee High School, Elizabeth was a member of the drill team all four years, and was appointed Captain for her senior year. After graduation, Elizabeth continued her love for dance at the collegiate level as a member of the famous Kilgore College Rangerettes for two years. She loved her experience as

Ryan Ray, shows us how being obedient through a blessing can have some trials, but ends up catapulting us into something much greater! Managing a full-time schedule, plus a full-time dream can be daunting on anyone. However, Ryan shows us that a positive mindset, we can become 2% better every day! Here is a little snippet of why I (and you will too) love the fabulous, Ryan Ray! Who is Ryan Ray? Ryan was born and raised a Texas girl and graduated with her masters at UT Dallas

In 1957, 7-year-old Vicki was a student of the iconic Texie Waterman, former choreographer for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, who gave the team the style and knowledge to pave the way for NFL cheerleading. Vicki auditioned in 1973 to be a part of Texie’s new dance venture with the Dallas Cowboys Football Club. She made the team and cheered for 2 seasons with the Cowboys. Being an NFL cheerleader was a completely new concept, and they needed to create a path for future cheerleaders for all NFL

  Jordan Baum was born with the stars in her heart, as she grew up in Dallas, Texas training at the Dallas Power House of Dance. The oldest of six siblings, Jordan initially started her professional dance career at the age of 18 with the Dallas Mavericks Dancers. After gaining some professional experience under her belt, Jordan traded the basketball court for the turf and auditioned for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. In 2008, she made the team her first year and started her Cowboys journey! Jordan had the unique