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Why Not Cheer - In honor of Black History Month, we partnered with Dallas-native spoken word artist, ShySpeaks, for this performance, celebrating unity and the rhythm of shared history. What an incredible honor to work on this collaboration! The DCC also danced with the DeSoto Eaglettes and their Director, DCC legend Regina Tucker this month. Getting to work with students from both DeSoto Middle & High School Dance Departments for a prep class was exhilarating. Bringing a little bit of our world to young dancers in the

Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Jada, Kally and Chandi along with DCC Alum Regina Tucker And Jackie Bob Pearson  gathered for a special Black History Month Round Table Talk. The ladies discussed the enriching impact of diversity on their cheerleading journeys, emphasizing the importance of inclusion in fostering a strong team dynamic. The representation of black cheerleaders in media was also explored in their discussion, highlighting the positive influence on perceptions and inspiring future generations . Looking ahead, the DCC shared their aspirations for contributing to positive change

What an amazing weekend with 180+ DCC Alumni sharing the field with the 2023 squad. Starting Friday evening, some alumni gathered to watch the Cowboys Christmas Extravaganza at the Star, and a few brought along family members to share in the magic of the show and the season. Saturday continued with a full cast rehearsal for Sunday's Halftime Show. DCC Sisters from over 6 decades

To recognize the ongoing partnership between two Texas icons, Kendra Scott and Charlotte Jones have collaborated to celebrate both brands Dallas-based fans, just in time for the first home game of 2023-’24 NFL season. Beginning Friday, September 15th, Kendra Scott’s Plano location will be fully transformed into the ultimate Cowboys Game Day experience. Enjoy interactive photo moments with Cowboys-themed backdrops, admire Cowboys memorabilia from the past four decades including Super Bowl rings, signed Cowboys footballs, DCC memorabilia, and more. The Dallas Cowboys Cheereaders will be on site

DCC Director, Kelli Finglass dreamed of having a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders teddy bear that could be shared with Children during annual Hospital visits and residents at Senior Care facilities.  A prototype bear was designed with a replica DCC uniform, blue bows and an embroidered heart featured on the bottom of the bear’s paw.  Kelli started awarding the prototype Abbey Bear to staff and coworkers who had gone ABove and BEYond their normal job duties to help the department succeed.   Abbey has since become an important team

It was with great sadness to learn of the sudden passing of longtime Cowboys staff member and dear friend, Phil Whitfield.  Phil began his career at Texas Stadium in 1993 where he served as a security guard at both Texas Stadium and AT&T Stadium, along with an important role with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. During their annual auditions, Phil had an active spot on CMT's "DCC: Making the Team", where he welcomed candidates into Preliminary Auditions, revealed the numbers moving onto Semi Finals and helped announce the

  By Robin Nelson Texas A & M '22 In a good bull story for the ages, cadet Chase Borders ‘25, of B-Battery in the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, helped arrange one of the greatest meet ups that the Corps of Cadets has ever seen. “While in Arlington for the Southwest Classic, I submitted a form requesting an event with the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. Originally, I didn’t think it would amount to much because I figured they get tons of requests. I received an email from their event coordinator

America’s Sweethearts visit America’s Heroes Each February, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders honor American Veterans during the “National Salute to Veteran Patients”.  The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and former Dallas Cowboys Kenny Gant, Timmy Newsome and Jim Jeffcoat are continuing this 30-year Cowboys tradition by visiting America’s Heroes at four VA Medical Centers in North Texas.  These cheerful and heartwarming visits allow the organization to pay tribute and express appreciation to Veterans,  encourage people to visit and volunteer their services to Veteran Medical Centers, and raise community awareness about the