What it's really like to be an NFL cheerleader

[post_page_title]They have to attend public appearances[/post_page_title]
Because they are regarded as the face of the NFL team, cheerleaders are also required to attend public appearances as part of their role. Most of the time, these appearances involve charity events where they are expected to be their bright and peppy selves to promote the brand and to showcase their talent.

They have to attend public appearances

However, the cheerleaders do not get paid for these extra hours – which all add up. Mother Jones has noted that some cheerleaders work around 20 extra hours each week for free, and do not get compensated for this time and energy.

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