For the first time in the history of the Super Bowl, male cheerleaders will perform at the championship game.
Quinton Peron and Napolean Jinnies, members of the Los Angeles Rams cheer squad, will make their debut on Feb. 3 as the first male cheerleaders to perform at a Super Bowl game.
Peron and Jinnies already made history when they joined the team at the start of the 2018 season becoming the first male cheerleaders ever in the NFL.
2018 first male cheerleaders in the NFL
2019 first male cheerleaders dancing at the Super Bowl.
I 👏🏽can’t👏🏽 breath👏🏽— Napoleon Jinnies (@NapoleonJinnies) January 21, 2019
Peron and Jinnies appeared on “Good Morning America” on Thursday and explained how monumental male representation in cheerleading has been.
“I think we can both say we have both been reached out to by so many men that are so excited to try out, and not just men our age but young men trying out for their junior high school dance team or cheer team and high schools, and it’s exciting to see society change a little bit,” Peron
“We are extremely excited to see what is going to happen next year,” Jinnies added.
Catch the Los Angeles Rams versus the New England Patriots broadcast live from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Feb. 3 at 6:30 p.m. on CBS.