Catch Up With Monica Aldama & the Cast of Netflix's 'Cheer' Now (PHOTOS)

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Monica Aldama

The master of tough love is currently coaching the Navarro 2020 cheerleading team to her 15th championship. She was also inducted into the Navarro College Athletic Hall of Fame this past September, with her family by her side. As for life after Netflix? “It’s scary to put yourself out there for the whole world to judge in just six hours of time, so thank you for loving me through it all. I will forever be grateful,” Aldama wrote in an Instagram post.

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Jerry Harris

The 20-year-old breakout star is still on the Navarro squad for the 2020 season but is also set to attend the University of Louisville next fall after being awarded a $10,000 scholarship to the World Champion cheer team. Since sharing his heartbreaking story of losing his mother at age 16, Cheer inspired Harris to reactivate the GoFundMe account for his education. For more details, check Harris’ Instagram page.

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Morgan Simianer

Simianer, 22, was the underdog all season, especially after nearly breaking her ribs. She has decided to return for her third consecutive season with Coach Aldama for 2020. Simianer is also currently dating Minor League Baseball player Brad Markey (above), whom she calls her own “cheerleader” on Instagram.

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Gabi Butler

Butler, 22, graces the February cover of Inside Cheerleading magazine, yet decided to take her talent to TopGun 005 in Florida instead of Navarro. Butler remains one of the only main stars from the cheer team to not return after winning two championships. She is currently dating college football player Jordan Brooks-Wess. Check out her Instagram to follow her career!

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La’Darius Marshall

After winning at Daytona with Navarro, Marshall brought home another ring when his Cheer Athletics’ Wildcats from Plano, Texas won the Senior Open Large Co-Ed division at Cheer Worlds in April 2019. Marshall voiced his dream of going into the military at the end of Cheer but he recently posted online that he decided to return to Navarro for “one last ride with my favorite people of all time.”

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Lexi Brumback

Have no fear: Brumback is back! After the tumbler star was kicked off the squad at the end of the series following a legal scandal, Brumback posted on Instagram that she’s returning to the Navarro mat. “Honey, I’m home,” she captioned. Brumback is also dating Dominic Green, whom she refers to as her “hubby,” and has begun modeling for Rebel Athletics.

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Allie Ross

Ross was the Top Girl on the pyramid, and she proudly dons the Navarro uniform once again for the 2020 season and another shot at a championship. She wrote to a follower on Instagram that she hopes to cheer competitively for “a couple of years” before hanging up her pompoms.

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TT Barker

While Barker had a tough season—meeting coach Aldama’s “alter ego” Annette, competing for another team against her advisement, and ultimately injuring his back—he looks ahead to his third season with Navarro. He also posted on Instagram alongside a photo of his trophy: “P.S. my back is fine. Lol.”

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Shannon Woolsey

The two-time collegiate national champion is part of the 2020 Navarro squad. She recently has been posting behind-the-scenes footage of her latest modeling shoot with Rebel Athletics on Instagram, and is set to appear on The Ellen DeGeneres Show with the rest of the Cheer team.

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Mackenzie “Sherbs” Sherburn

Sherbs didn’t compete at Daytona following an arm injury during practice, but today she is healthy and cheerleading instead for Texas Tech. She and Butler remain close friends and went traveling together to Europe, as shared on Instagram.

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Give me a C-H-E-E-R! The bingeworthy Cheer follows the dedicated Texan cheerleaders of Navarro College as they prepare to compete in the NCA National Championships.

Coach Monica Aldama's life lessons and Jerry Harris' unshakeable positivity have viewers and celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen and Reese Witherspoon hooked on the Netflix docuseries.

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Meet the cheerleaders of Navarro College in this docuseries chronicling their journey to Nationals.

From modeling contracts to magazine covers and the Hall of Fame, click through the gallery above for an update on what our favorite cheer squad has been up to since the docuseries filmed!

Cheer, Streaming Now, Netflix