After two decades, "Coyote Ugly" may be finally getting a sequel -- or something new entirely.
During an appearance on "The Kelly Clarkson Show," Tyra Banks, who played Zoe in the original 2000 cult classic, revealed, "I literally was supposed to be on a conference call today about bringing 'Coyote Ugly' back."
"We were supposed to be on a call today, and I'm talking to you and I can't talk to them," the "Dancing With the Stars" host added. "Yes, we are talking about trying to do 'Coyote Ugly 2' or a series."
Banks, 46, went on to describe her audition for the original film, recalling how she chose to dance to Prince's hit "Kiss."
"The whole song I ended up dancing. Then after I'm out of breath, and then they all just started laughing," the "America's Next Top Model" host explained. "They're like, ‘We are so sorry, but we were enjoying that so much, we kept the music going.'"
"I was kind of mad," she continued, "but I ended up getting the part, so I wasn't mad."
"Coyote Ugly" centered on Violet Sanford, played by Piper Perabo, who moves to New York to pursue a singing career and starts working at the titular bar -- based on the Coyote Ugly Saloon founded in New York City in 1993 by Liliana "Lil" Lovell.
The movie, which grossed $113 million worldwide, also starred Maria Bello portraying Lovell, Adam Garcia as Violet's love interest and John Goodman as Violet's dad. LeAnn Rimes and her song, "Can't Fight the Moonlight," are also featured.