But the Finals are by far the toughest part of the audition process.
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Cheerleaders in America’s National Football League (NFL) have made their high school dreams of taking their sport to the ultimate level.
But, when they got there, they found they were expected to live on meagre pay, keep their fair skin fake-tanned, and not put on weight.
As a veteran, the judges already know everything about you.
They’re comparing what you’re doing to what you’ve done in the past and throughout your entire DCC career. Knowing what you have to lose is a huge factor.” The good news for Jennifer and other veterans is that the veterans automatically skip the first two rounds of auditions; they go straight into the Final Round (Round 3).