Two young men have just made history by becoming the NFL’s first-ever male cheerleaders.

Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies are now a part of the 40-member cheerleading squad for the Los Angeles Rams.

Though Peron and Jinnies are both classically trained dancers who have been performing all their lives, they said that the 3-week audition process was incredibly grueling.

Both of them were among the 76 finalists who were auditioning to be on the squad.

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Thanks to their sweet dance moves, however, they made the cut.

While cheer squads have incorporated “stunt men” into routines in the past, these two trailblazers will be the first ones to perform the same dances and routines as the women.

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