The Kansas City Chiefs are holding cheerleader tryouts and we are now getting behind-the-scenes footage of the occasion thanks to Gracie Hunt.
Hunt served as a judge alongside her mom, Tavia Hunt, at the cheerleading auditions for the Kansas City Chiefs over the weekend. The daughter of the team owner Clark Hunt took to Instagram to show off one of her outfits, which sees her donning a Chiefs Super Bowl Champions shirt.
“@chiefscheer bringing the heat to auditions and making us all want to dance this weekend!,” she captioned the post.
“Oh I think that we’ve found some @chiefs cheerleaders!” she added in a followup post. “Congratulations to this year’s squad. You’re fearless game-changers and I can’t wait to cheer YOU on this season! Shoutout to @sjjudah & @taviahunt for the impact you’ve made on women in sports & the opportunities created because of the @chiefscheer program.”
The model and influencer, who just celebrated her 24th birthday, showed off her outfit and then threw in a couple of highlights of the many women who are hoping to make the team.
Hunt has had quite the past few years as she was named Miss Kansas USA and made it to the semifinals of the 2021 Miss USA competition.
Modeling certainly runs in the family as Tavia Hunt, her mother, is a former Miss Missouri Teen USA as well as Miss Kansas USA.
This past season, the Kansas City Chiefs were once again Super Bowl champions after a 38-35 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in a thrilling Super Bowl LVII. On paper, the Eagles and Chiefs were the two best teams in the NFL this season and the game lived up to the hype.
There were a number of firsts in this Super Bowl as the title game had two Black starting quarterbacks and the game featured two brothers squaring off against each other.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.