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14th Apr 2018

Sorry but one of the best early 2000s teen comedies is on TV today

Jade Hayden

I’m sexy, I’m cute, I’m popular to boot.

I’m bitchin’, great hair, the boys all love to stare.

I’m wanted, I’m hot, I’m everything you’re not.

I’m pretty, I’m cool, I dominate this school.

Who am I?

If you haven’t already realised by the stunningly catchy cheer above, Bring It On is on the TV tonight so if you haven’t done so already, cancel all of your leaving-the-house-based plans.

As soon as possible, really – who in their right mind would want to miss this?

If you’re for some reason not at all familiar with Bring It On and everything absolutely iconic about it, don’t worry because you can remedy that this evening.

And either way, you’re in for a treat because it’s got everything you could possibly want from an early 2000s teen comedy.

Cheerleaders, dance routines, sass, Kirsten Dunst, questionable romances, a B*witched cover, and a public humiliation – it’s all in there and it’s all iconic as fuck.

The film was released back at the very start of the millennium, accurately representing a time where denim was in, Girl Power reigned supreme, and chanting in unison was still cool.

It grossed over $17m in its opening weekend (so, pretty much a lot), and eventually achieved a total gross of almost $100m.

Not bad at all, like.

Bring It On was well received by many critics too, with some saying it didn’t take itself too seriously and that it showed how great an acting range Dunst had.

Bring It On is on Comedy Central this evening at 6pm.