Believe it or not, it’s been 17 years since Bring It On came out. Yep, let that marinate in your brain for a moment.
The year was 2000. Depending where you were in life, you were wearing butterfly clips from Sabrina the Teenage Witch magazine, rocking flared tencel jeans with your first Siemens mobile in your pocket, or attending the Sydney Olympics without a care in the world about terrorism.
And along with many an exciting millennium trends came a humble movie about rival cheerleading squads from opposite sides of the tracks competing for the ultimate title.
Thanks to Instagram and LinkedIn, here's where they all are now:
Kirsten Dunst as Torrance Shipman
After a brief hiatus, Kirsten has most recently featured in Hidden Figures, The Beguiled and Season Two of FX's Fargo. She's also engaged to her Fargo co-star, Jesse Plemons.
Eliza Dushku as Missy Pantone
Eliza is currently in the industry as an actor, writer, and producer. She features regularly at Comic Con conventions for her role as Faith in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and is also an outspoken anti-Trump activist.
In 2017, she became engaged to former American tennis player, Peter Palandjian.
Jesse Bradford as Cliff Pantone
Torrance's fresh-faced love interest recently appeared on a couple episodes of Shooter, starring Ryan Phillippe, and independent film, The Year of Spectacular Men. Judging by his Instagram account, Jesse is also one of many celebrities using their platform to fight racism and Neo-Nazis under Trump's rule.
And then there's the salt and pepper beard. Just saying.
Gabrielle Union as Isis
Gabrielle continues to work as an actress, having starred in Ugly Betty, Think Like A Man, and most recently, Being Mary Jane.
She's also just released a fashion collection with New York & Company, and is married to Chicago Bulls NBL player, Dwyane Wade (they appear to be holidaying in Greece atm in case you're wondering).
How she hasn't aged a day in 17 years is also under investigation.
Lindsay Sloane as Big Red
Lindsay's most recent role is that of mum-of-two, with the Sabrina the Teenage Witch star giving birth to her second daughter to husband, Dar Rollins in June.
Clare Kramer as Courtney
Clare is also a Buffy alum, and is currently directing the Kickstarter documentary, Joyrider about wheelchair athlete André Kajlich, who was the first solo hand cyclist to compete in the Race Across America.
Nicole Bilderback as Whitney
Aside from appearing in many an early 2000's movies and TV shows (Dawson's Creek, Buffy, Dark Angel, Clueless, Sabrina the Teenage Witch), Nicole is the Studio Director of Booty Works Fitness, a boutique fitness studio in California.
Nathan West as Jan
Nathan is married to Grey's Anatomy actor, Chyler Leigh. The pair met on the set of yet another banger, 7th Heaven, and have three kids together.
Nathan is now a musician and plays in the band 'East of Eli'.
Ian Roberts as Sparky Polastri
Ian and his spirit fingers have been in sooo many things since Bring It On, including Parks and Rec, Happy Endings, Arrested Development, Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Community.
He also is one of the founders of the improv sketch group, Upright Citizens Brigade which also featured Amy Poehler.
You can relive all the memories and watch Bring It On on Foxtel Now.
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