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Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders
Formation1974; 49 years ago (1974)
28 (as of 2020)
Keely Fimbres
AffiliationsLos Angeles Rams
WebsiteOfficial Website
Formerly called
  • Embraceable Ewes (1974-1994)
  • St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders (1995-2015)
  • Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders (2016-Present)

The Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders are the official National Football League cheerleading squad representing the Los Angeles Rams.


They were established in 1974 during the team's original tenure in Los Angeles and were known as the Embraceable Ewes. The cheerleading organization became known as the "St. Louis Rams Cheerleaders" when the team moved to St. Louis, Missouri. Beginning with the 2016 NFL season, the organization changed their name to the "Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders" to associate themselves with the recently relocated Los Angeles Rams football team.

Notable members


  1. ^ Lisa Guerrero (November 13, 2008). "Lisa Guerrero: It seemed like a good idea at the time". The Fabulous Forum. Retrieved November 11, 2010.
  2. ^ "Apollonia Kotero". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 11 November 2010.
  3. ^ "Biography for Jenilee Harrison". Retrieved February 9, 2007.