Super Bowl-bound male cheerleaders make NFL history

Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies, along with their coach Emily Leibert, speak out on "GMA" as they prepare to cheer on the Los Angeles Rams in Atlanta.
3:16 | 01/24/19

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We are back with that super bowl first that's taking place on the sidelines for the first time ever. Male dhs will be at the big game breaking barriers and cheering on the rams. Napoleon jinnies and Quinton Peron became history when they became the first male cheerleaders joining us with their coach Emily Leibert. Not a bad way to end your first season. Good morning. Good morning. How does it feel? A lot think the super bowl, the players are the only ones who enjoy it but and only ones who can say, we're going to the super bowl but now you can say it. The support system, how do you feel about it. How do you feel you're going to the super bowl? It's been -- It's a dream. Clearly we're It's like a fairy tale. It's like a fairy tale. Quinton and Napoleon, we saw all the hard work you put into your auditions so how has all that hard work paid off for you for the season? Oh, man, it's been a crazy ten months. Dancing hard and really engaging with our and supporting our players, so can't believe that we made it to this point so I'm pretty sure it's showing off that we've been working pretty hard. Setting aside the super bowl what surprised you most about the first season? How crazy our fans are. We have the best fans ever. So supportive and just everyone was so excited to see us and the rams are doing well, obviously and then just the camaraderie of L.A. Just -- 50s insane. I don't know what to say. I'm speechless. You know, your roles are just not on the field but off the feel as well. Emily, how are they off the field? So, having these two on the team has been really incredible. And to work different community events with them to see the way that they've been embraced by our fans is pretty unbelievable. They're extraordinary in that they're trail blazers but also totally Normal teammates and fit right in and I think the fans have embraced them as such and it's been a really wonderful experience to see all of our L.A. Fans and our community just open up and accept these two into their arms. And, Quinton and Napoleon, do you think by you being at the super bowl will bring more male cheerleaders into the NFL, more people will try out, more guys? Oh, definitely. I think we can both say that we've been reached out to by so many men that are so excited to try out, not just men our age but young men trying out for the junior high school cheer team and it's exciting to see this change. We're extremely excited to see what's going to happen. You got a prediction for the super bowl? We're going to win, boy. It's going to be a great game. We believe in our team. Exactly. You know what, you celebrate and enjoy it. We know the super bowl is a week from this Sunday. But you have a little time to kick back and enjoy it and do some practicing because everybody will have our eyes on you. So excited. Thank you for joining us and congratulations to the L.A. Rams.

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