LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles Rams hosted their final auditions for the team’s new cheerleading squad on Sunday.

The team invited back 66 finalists out of the 400 women who tried out.

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After a rather arduous audition process the final group was again whittled down.

The finalists participated in a question and answer session, followed by a swimsuit contest and then a dance performance.

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The team said they would pick between 30-40 women to be the Rams official cheerleaders.

Former Rams running back Marshall Faulk was one of the judges.

Rams fans also got a chance to watch the final auditions — tickets for the event started at $10.

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The team ended up selecting 28 women to make up the 2016 cheerleaders and introduced the excited group to the media Sunday evening.