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We all know how exciting and highly anticipated the Cowboy’s annual Thanksgiving halftime performance is each year, and if it weren’t for the 2000 performance by Jessica Simpson, Heather Pliler Gorton may have not ended up becoming one of America’s Sweethearts. Back in the early 2000s Heather was dancing backup for Jessica Simpson when she had the opportunity to teach the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders prior to their halftime performance. It was this fated experience that led Heather to move back to Dallas from Los Angeles and try

In full disclosure, when the call went out to the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders alumnae for sisters to be highlighted in this piece, there was a bit of genuine confusion among the many members. After all, the relationships created within the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders organization have always been considered a true “sisterhood,” and so it is not surprising that there are many incredibly strong sister-bonds between many of the cheerleaders. Shared experiences, travel around the world and working together to achieve excellence really do create more of a family

Sherri Steenson cheered for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders from 1971-1972. During her time to cheer was a historical moment at Texas Stadium in Irving. She tried out twice before making the team. When Sherri auditioned for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, auditions were by invite only and 500 women attended. The tryouts lasted one day, and the ladies only danced once. They had to perform a cheer or two, as well. The ladies were required to freestyle to a random song chosen by the judges. Sherri attended auditions

Christi Kendrick was a proud ambassador for America's team as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader in 1989.  That year, Christi recalls the uniform having a big shift with a new set of white dingo boots to replace the GoGo boots previously warn by the cheerleaders. While Christi was on the team she remembers the sisterly bond being one of her favorite parts and she says that if she could go back she would stay late after practice for that extra bonding time in the studio and locker room

Carrie Reeves, also known as ¨Pooh Bear¨, was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader from 1994-1996. Carrie auditioned for the team while she was in high school, and found out she made the team on the night of her Senior Prom. She said ¨I was able to walk in and celebrate with all of my friends, I was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader!¨. Carrie and I had the best time and could have talked all day! We talked about everything from her experience on the team, to mine, to her

Sasha Agent Marrier was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader in 2010 and 2011. Before becoming a DCC, Sasha danced for the NBA’s Sacramento Kings for four years, while attending the University of California, Davis. During her rookie year as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, she was told that she made the team right before taking the squad photo. The candidates were under the impression that Kelli and Judy were still making decisions, but they broke the amazing news right before they walked on set to take the iconic photo.

Melissa Wallace had the honor of being a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader from 2014-2017. She is originally from Las Vegas and ventured to Texas to pursue a college education in engineering at SMU. At age 21 following her junior year of college, Melissa auditioned for DCC and was one of the nine rookies to grace AT&T Stadium that year.   Melissa had an array of memorable stories to share. One that stuck out in particular was the first time she tried on the iconic DCC uniform. She said the uniform fitting was the first time she

While Becky may have only spent one season as a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader, there is no doubting that she had a season packed full of amazing experiences and lasting memories. Becky is originally from Tyler, Texas, and made the team in 1975. She was only 20 years old when she successfully balanced all DCC-related commitments with commuting to and from Baylor University in Waco, TX where she was a full-time law student. This alone demonstrates the determination, dedication, and unmatched time management skills that Becky possessed from

Adrianna was not your typical Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader. She grew up in buns and tutus in the world of ballet, and still to this day is referred to as “The Ballerina”. Her journey began while furthering her education at Midwestern State University, studying communications with a ballet scholarship. While casually flipping through her TV she noticed an ad for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders auditions. So what did she do? She went for it and thought to herself, “I doubt I’ll make it, but it was something out

I had the pleasure to interview Kim Stevens. Kim was a DCC for 3 seasons (84, 85, 86) and cheered with Kelli McGonagill Finglass. Kim was the youngest on the team when she made it at the age of 18. A fun fact Kim shared is when she made it to training camp, she was actually still in high school. They announced it on the intercom during announcements at her high school and she was so embarrassed! After her first try, Kim was put on show group