Added Morgan, “I just want to say that my heart goes out to everyone involved.”
The 24-year-old reality TV personality herself is featured less throughout Cheer‘s second season compared to its first, namely due to the fact that she graduated from Navarro in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, which ruined her last chance to compete in Daytona.
“It was hard because I wanted to be out there and be with my team,” she told E! News, looking back at the 2021 competition. “But at the same time I’m just glad I was able to support them and, you know, come back as an alumni and just be there for my family.”
Morgan may not be a Navarro cheerleader anymore, but it’s safe to say she’s cemented herself into the team’s history.
“I’ve been doing these crazy once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, meeting some insane people,” she explained. “My life is literally still not real and it’s been two years since the first season was released.”