'Bring It On Is Still Iconic'
Kirsten Dunst is currently earning raves for her performance in Showtime's On Becoming A God In Central Florida. Dunst stopped by The Kelly Clarkson Show to promote her new role, and of course the conversation turned to one of her most iconic performances: Bring It On.
Should They Bring Back The Original Cast?
When Clarkson asked Dunst if she would be willing to return for a sequel, Dunst was totally on board. Dunst and her Bring It On co-star Gabrielle Union were both featured in the Rodarte 2020 Spring Collection, which got people talking about a potential sequel. Dunst explained:
"I had no idea that Gabrielle was in it too and then it became, like, this whole Bring It On thing. Listen, if they wanted to make another movie, I would make another movie. Why not? It’d be so fun!"
What Would The Toros And The Clovers Look Like Today?
There have been a few sequels in the Bring It On universe, but none that featured the original cast. This isn't the first time that the topic has been broached. Union responded to a tweet about what her character Isis would be like as a cheer coach now, saying "I'm thinking less 'coach' and more Mama June."
Please, Hollywood. Make this happen.