Maddy Brum, originally from Massachusetts, joined the Navarro cheer team in the year 2019, and she was prepared to begin participating in the competition in Daytona the following year.
Sadly, due to the outbreak of Covid that year, Maddy’s opportunity to perform that year was lost, leaving the cheerleader quite devastated.
During the new season, we see Maddy back fighting on the mat.
Throughout the series, she is praised by coach Monica and manages to earn her spot as the top flyer for Daytona.
During the series, viewers will be able to see Maddy openly discuss her troubled childhood and complicated relationship with her father, who served a 10-year prison sentence.
Alongside her candid discussions about her personal life, we will see Maddy pile the pressure on herself and occasionally, too much.
Ghlinks.com.gh has all the information you need about her, from her past to the current status with Navarro.
Maddy is a Navarro rookie in ‘Cheer’ season 2.
Maddy leaves a strong impression on Navarro’s coaches as one of the new flyers in season 2.
She signed with Navarro College in 2019.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show featured her along with her team members in 2020.
Maddy moved from Massachusetts to Texas.
Maddy was born and raised in Dracut, Massachusetts.
She began cheerleading at a young age and competed for East Celebrity Elite.
She spent a good part of her childhood in cheer gyms, despite the fact that her mother couldn’t afford it.
Maddy is still at Navarro.
Navarro College still counts Maddy among its cheerleaders.
Maddy returned to cheer again for the team after they lost to Trinity Valley.
Maddy is still an all-star cheerleader
Maddy also competes in the all-star world in addition to cheering for Navarro.
Currently, she cheers for Cheer Athletics.
Maddy’s dad went to prison
On the third episode of Cheer, Maddy reveals that her father is in prison.
“My dad can’t leave the state of Massachusetts for legal reasons,” she explains when asked why he cannot visit her.