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18. Most of the routines performed by the Toros and Clubs featured stunts that are not actually allowed in high school competitions.

“There are illegal movements,” Reed confirmed in an interview with HuffPost. “There are some college moves in there that aren’t high school moves…that would probably be disqualified. Back then, when we were making the movie, if any of those things happened, we were wrong on the side of what works. spectacularly or what suited us best visually. It doesn’t matter, it suits us!

19. The ending of the film was a point of contention between the filmmakers, as there was disagreement over which cheerleading team should win the national championships. Spoiler alert: the Clovers would take home the trophy.

“I remember there was a whole debate about who was going to win, and there were people in the mix saying, ‘Well, Kirsten’s in the lead, the Toros have to win,'” Reed recalled at MTV. “Well, no, that’s not the story…they did an incredible job. But they came second to the other team, and that was a life lesson for her.”


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