Real Housewives of Dallas cast member Brandi Redmond has lots of advice about performing in front of thousands of people.
She was a Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader for five years. Redmond has a few insider tips for those auditioning for the squad this week: “The most important thing is to be yourself and have fun with it,” Redmond said. “If you’re not being yourself, the judges can see through that.”
“The [Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders] are the best of the best. You have to be prepared when you go into it,”
“All of the moves are very big so that the people at the top of the stadium can see,” she said. “It is not a team of cookie-cutter cheerleaders like everyone thinks,”
Redmond said. “They want all different sizes of women, everyone is fit, but there is no height or age requirement.”
In the above episode of “Making the Team”: Two veterans are cut from the squad and another two are reprimanded for their weight.
RHOD Brandi Redmond also says: “If you don’t make it the first time, keep trying — dreams do come true,” she said. “It is a lot of sweat and a lot of tears, but once you make it to the finish line, it is so worth it.”