MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Calling all cheerleading-enthusiasts: the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders will soon begin their search for enthusiastic, charismatic and talented women to join their squad.

Try-outs, which is an open call to all those at least 18 years-old and high school graduate by June 2014, will be held at Sun Life Stadium on May 3 at 9 AM.

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An added bonus for those looking for some practice before tryouts, the Dolphins are holding prep classes every Wednesday evening at 7 PM and 8:30 PM.

The current squad, which is composed of 25 cheerleaders, recently traveled to La Romana, Dominican Republic for the shooting of next year’s swimsuit calendar which will be unveiled later in the year.

While on shoot at Casa de Campo, the cheerleaders created a video, the third one of its kind, which is a lip dub to a mash up by DJ Earworm.

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The previous videos, to Carly Rae Jespen’s hit “Call Me Maybe” and Taylor Swift’s “22” which, according to the team, have together garnered over 23 million views on YouTube.

Dolphins Cheerleaders perform at every home game, appear and perform at community and charity events, and have the opportunity to travel the world to perform and entertain US troops.

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For information on prep classes or to preregister for the auditions, visit