Cheerleaders interrupt anti-Brexit campaigners with sexy routines in London ahead of Super Bowl

A STUNNING group of cheerleaders took over London to whip NFL lovers into a frenzy before Sunday's Super Bowl between the LA Rams and the New England Patriots.

Brits and tourists alike were wowed at the likes of Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square – while the Queen may have got an eyeful if she was looking out of the window of Buckingham Palace.

 Cheerleaders interrupt an anti-Brexit campaign while performing in London

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Cheerleaders interrupt an anti-Brexit campaign while performing in London
 Cheerleaders whip Brits up into a frenzy in London

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Cheerleaders whip Brits up into a frenzy in London

The RedZone.bet cheerleaders even took to Parliament where anti-Brexit campaigners lapped up the American Football atmosphere.

Protesters who were interrupted happily posed for pictures with the team.

With Formula One grid girls and darts walk-on girls a thing of the past, cheerleaders are still front and centre of the NFL experience.

Like NFL players, cheerleaders dream of performing at the Super Bowl and are even nominated for the Pro Bowl – the exhibition game between the league's best players.

 Cheerleaders performed in front of Parliament ahead of the Super Bowl

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Cheerleaders performed in front of Parliament ahead of the Super Bowl
 An anti-Brexit campaigner stops to admire the cheerleaders' performance

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An anti-Brexit campaigner stops to admire the cheerleaders' performance
 Cheerleaders get Brits into the Super Bowl spirit ahead of Sunday

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Cheerleaders get Brits into the Super Bowl spirit ahead of Sunday
 Redzone cheerleaders will perform at Super Bowl parties across the nation

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Redzone cheerleaders will perform at Super Bowl parties across the nation
 Cheerleaders draw crowds in central London as they perform

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Cheerleaders draw crowds in central London as they perform

The Patriots cheerleaders, who will grace the Super Bowl stage for the third year in a row, have 23,000 followers on Twitter while the Rams are up at around 13,000.

The Rams will make history this year with two men – Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies – set to become the first ever male cheerleaders at the Super Bowl.

RedZone's dedicated troupe of stunning cheerleaders perform at Super Bowl parties across the nation, impressing fans with their sexy routines.

Super Bowl LIII will be a record-breaking betting bonanza as 2million Brits plan to stay up through the night for the big game, fuelling the £300million wagered worldwide, according to the UK NFL betting experts.

Britain's NFL fans are also expected to munch through 500,000 chicken wings and sinking 5million pints.

A record number of British fans will tune in for the showdown in Atlanta as Super Bowl fever grips the UK.

 Cheerleaders promote Sunday's Super Bowl in London

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Cheerleaders promote Sunday's Super Bowl in London
 The NFL still uses cheerleaders, unlike Formula One and darts

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The NFL still uses cheerleaders, unlike Formula One and darts
 Cheerleaders hit London's tourist attractions on Friday

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Cheerleaders hit London's tourist attractions on Friday

Over 60 per cent are rooting for the odds-on favourites and five-time winners the New England Patriots. The NFL is also the fastest growing sport in the UK.

A Redzone.bet spokesman said: "The UK has gone Super Bowl barmy and record numbers of Brits will stay up for the big game.

"We’re braced for a multi-million pound punt of epic proportions and when it comes to record numbers of sickies being pulled on Monday, all bets are off."

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A STUNNING group of cheerleaders took over London to whip NFL lovers into a frenzy before Sunday's Super Bowl between the LA Rams and the New England Patriots.