Unexpected Competitor Makes Final Cuts for NFL Cheerleading Squad
INSIDE EDITION reports from the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleader auditions where a 30-year-old mom of two is a surprising contestant.
Hundreds of gorgeous women strut their stuff with one goal in mind—to gain a coveted spot on the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleading squad.
And there's one unexpected competitor. She's a 30-year-old mother of two! That's right, a mom with rock-hard abs is giving the younger gals a run for their money.
Sabrina Tracey was actually on the squad ten years ago, but quit after one season to become a full time mom. She has two boys at home.
Tracey told INSIDE EDITION, "It was a dream of mine to come back and make the squad again."
INSIDE EDITION got exclusive access inside the stadium as Tracey and the other hopefuls did their best to impress the panel of judges.
Barbara Zaun, Director of Cheerleading for the Philadelphia Eagles said, "We're looking for beauty, physical fitness, dance, showmanship."
Tracey nailed her first routine and moved on to the next round. She went up against the best dancers and worried that her number, 46, wouldn't be called.
All she could do was hope for the best. Then came the moment she'd been waiting for. Her number was called. She made the final cut, and is just one round away from reaching her cheerleading dreams.
"I have to bring my A-game next time because these chicks are young and they are hot," said Tracey.
She will compete for one of 38 spots in the cheer squads finals on Tuesday night.
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