Michael Jackson’s Daughter To Become An NFL Cheerleader?

Michael Jackson’s daughter is stepping out of her father’s shadows and into the spotlight of diehard Philadelphia Eagles fans.

Paris Jackson, a cheerleader for her southern California high school varsity squad, has garnered the attention of Barbara Zaun, the Philadelphia Eagles’ director of cheerleading,

Zaun, who is entering her eighth season with the Philadelphia Eagles, reportedly recognized the 14-year-old’s talent and is interested in having the teen join the team one day.

Although the opportunity seems promising, the NFL stipulates that cheerleaders have to earn a high school diploma and be at least 18 years of age, which leaves Jackson some time until she’s able to vote and to cheer in the big leagues.