A First in The US: Two "Men" Cheerleaders in the Super Bowl

Author MecihanOlcay
Collection Sport
A First in The US: Two

  Something exciting happened in the Superbowl, there were not only female cheerleaders but also there were 2 male cheerleaders also dancing with them. 

Napoleon Jinnies and Quinton Peron were on the court to support LA Rams on America's most popular sport competition. Peron and Jinnies are classic dancers, they were selected to the team from among 300 candidates in auditions held at the beginning of the season. At the beginning of this football season, they made their first performances with cheerleader team. Quinton Peron described his experiences as "fairy tales".

It's 2019, it's about time

Although there was no prohibition against "men cheerleaders" in the NFL, there had not been any improvement until this season.

Steven Leslie, who watched all the matches of the team in the last 4 years, said, "These guys are great. They have been great for all season. It is ridiculous to react negative to these guys. In the other hand we are in 2019 so what it's about time."

Napoleon and Quinton being the first men cheerleaders in the super bowl encouraged other men dancers to apply.

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