Cheer’s Jerry Harris shares encouraging message to fans amid the coronavirus pandemic

Jerry Harris, the scene stealer from Netflix’s docuseries Cheer, shared a virtual mat talk with his 1.2 million Instagram followers on Wednesday. 

The Navarro athlete tried to ease his fans’ fears amid the coronavirus pandemic with a motivational video urging viewers to stay positive. 

‘Hey ya’ll, this is Jerry from Cheer and I know this is a hard time for everyone right now, but I don’t want you guys to think of this as a negative or a bad time, okay?’ he proclaimed in his signature upbeat tone. 

Always positive: Jerry Harris, the scene stealer from Netflix’s docuseries Cheer, shared a virtual mat talk with his 1.2 million Instagram followers on Wednesday

‘Think of this as a time to reboot, recharge our mental battery, and reconnect with family,’ he added. ‘This is not going to last forever and it’ll be over before we know it and we’ll be able to resume our normal lives how they were.

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‘I want you all to stay focused on what’s good and happy and always keep an attitude of gratitude. And always be strong. Because at the end of the day, we got this,’ he assured fans in the video, which has been viewed more than 368,000 times.

While the competitive cheerleader is known for his unparalleled optimism, in the hit series, he opened up about losing his mother to lung cancer and finding solace in his sport. 

‘know this is a hard time for everyone right now but I don’t want you guys to think of this as a negative or a bad time, okay?’ he proclaimed in his signature upbeat tone

Like family: While the competitive cheerleader is known for his unparalleled optimism in the hit series, he opened up about losing his mother to lung cancer and finding solace in his sport; picture on the Today Show in January 

For Cheer fans, his latest video is reminiscent of Navarro’s ‘mat talk,’ which involves hyping and encouraging teammates during stunts. 

Harris’ big heart and drive made him a fan-favorite to Netflix viewers, in addition to earning his a spot as Ellen DeGeneres Show’s Oscars correspondent this year. 

His post follows the devastating news that Varsity Spirit announced their decision to cancel the NCA and NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance National Championship, slated for April. 

Making moves: Harris’ big heart and drive made him a fan-favorite to Netflix viewers, in addition to earning his a spot as Ellen DeGeneres Show’s Oscars correspondent this year

Abrupt end: Navarro College cheerleading coach Monica Aldama revealed she was ‘heartbroken’ that the season was cut so early

Harris’ teammates, who were entering the Daytona Beach competition as the reigning champions, appeared crushed by the cancellation on social media. 

Navarro College cheerleading coach Monica Aldama revealed she was crestfallen that the season was cut so early.  

‘I am heartbroken with the circumstances that the world is currently facing,’ Aldama captioned a heartfelt post to her 590,000 followers on Wednesday. ‘We are in unprecedented times and everyone needs to take precautions for the safety of one another. Because of this pandemic, the Navarro Cheer team’s season has come to an end.’

 Reflecting: Teammate Dillon Brandt was sad that the season had to come to a close so soon, but was hopeful for the future as he shared a photo from last year’s competition

‘They are fighters and have always given me 100%. Their routine was so beautiful and their work ethic was bar none. I have always been able to control the narrative and resort to plan B or C or even Z,’ the the beloved team’s fearless leader reflected. 

Teammate Dillon Brandt was also sad that the season had to come to a close so soon, but was hopeful for the future as he shared a photo from last year’s competition when the team won and ran into the ocean with their massive trophy.

‘Daytona is officially cancelled….as it breaks my heart to type this out…..it’s over,’ he wrote. ‘This amazing year has come to an end, but no matter what the dreams don’t stop here, I’m truly thankful for everything that has come from this…Dawgs are forever.’

‘They are fighters and have always given me 100%. Their routine was so beautiful and their work ethic was bar none. I have always been able to control the narrative and resort to plan B or C or even Z,’ the the beloved team’s fearless leader reflected on their cancelled season

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