The end of Cheer, Netflix’s docu-series subsequent the aggressive cheerleaders from Navarro College, left viewers heartbroken when the demonstrate unveiled Lexi Brumback was off the championship-profitable group subsequent some trouble and coach Monica Aldama‘s zero tolerance plan. Nevertheless, shortly right after the demonstrate dropped on Netflix, Lexi took to Instagram to reveal she was again on the group.

“I just want to demonstrate to everyone that I am not my mistakes. I am what I make of them,” Lexi said in a new online video set out by Netflix.

In the online video, beneath, Lexi and Monica examine what received Lexi kicked off the group.

“It was a extremely unhappy day when we experienced to have that converse, and we both of those cried and we both of those hugged it every single other. We realized that it was vital, but we realized we both of those didn’t want it to materialize,” Monica explained.

According to Lexi, Monica was open up to providing Lexi a second likelihood to set her tumbling competencies to fantastic use. Lexi said Monica has carried out it right before in particular scenarios.

“I am genuinely glad she did,” Lexi said.

Monica praised Lexi’s competencies and said she was one of the finest she’s ever seen but said the more vital aspect was “I felt like she continue to necessary me in her lifetime.” So when “they” (no word on who “they” is) arrived at out to Monica about providing Lexi a second likelihood, she said she felt Lexi’s semester off the group was ample time for her to reflect on what received her kicked off in the initially area.

“She genuinely saw my potential and just didn’t give up on me each time I was earning wrong choices. I just genuinely want to demonstrate to her that she was not mistaken when she took me again,” Lexi said.

Now, with the focus of Netflix audiences on her, Lexi said she’s more decided than ever to supply.

Cheer is now streaming on Netflix.