"It's been brought."

By Isabel Jones
Updated Sep 05, 2019 @ 12:15 pm

Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union may have been cheer rivals onscreen, but in the fashion space, there’s nothing but mutual support (and Bring It On references) between the two.

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In Rodarte’s Spring 2020 lookbook, the former co-stars serve up poses and styles nearly as iconic as the cheers they shouted one fateful summer in 1999.

I mean …

Credit: Daria Kobayashi Ritch/Courtesy of Rodarte
Credit: Daria Kobayashi Ritch/Courtesy of Rodarte

Not a jazz hand in sight, but we’re still here for it.

And best of all, both Union and Dunst publicly acknowledged the high-fashion reunion. The former suggested that ~perhaps~ she and the On Becoming a God in Central Florida star had “brought it” in their Rodarte shoot. Shortly afterward, Dunst confirmed that theory, tweeting, “It’s been brought.”

The internet, still reeling from the film’s 19-year anniversary last week, welcomed the moment with open arms.

Does Rodarte make cheerleading uniforms? It feels like time to parlay this reunion into a Rodarte-costumed reboot.