Former Miss New Jersey Becomes Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader
Former Miss New Jersey 2018 Jaime Gialloreto has a new role: Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader.
Jaime, a Woolwich Twp. native, made the exciting announcement this week on her official Instagram, saying, 'Leaving my short lived dance retirement for a very cool gig - catch me on the sidelines this upcoming football season as a Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader! I am so excited to continue pursuing my love of dance while cheering on my favorite football team! #gobirds', along with the some video of the cheerleading auditions.
Jaime, one of 12 new rookie cheerleaders, will be trading in her competition crown and evening gown for a uniform and poms and she dances to rally Eagles fans at home games this upcoming season. She'll also reportedly act as a Goodwill Ambassador for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, according to Eagles website.
Gialloreto inherited her Miss New Jersey crown from Egg Harbor Twp.'s own Kaitlyn Schoeffel, but unfortunately, she didn't go on to win the role of Miss America.
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