Few look it: most are lithe and fit from a lifetime of exercise. Now they are buzzing around a banquet hall set up in a club-seating deck on the upper level of Nissan Stadium in Nashville, home of the Tennessee Titans. There are nearly former N. There are sparkles on dresses, sparkles on earrings, sparkles on stilettos. The ex-cheerleaders have been drawn here by their shared past—a collective nostalgia for their days on the sidelines, their moment in the spotlight. But despite their giddiness at being re-united, they know there is no escaping the present.
WHERE ARE THEY NOW: The cast of 'Bring It On' 19 years later
A champion high school cheerleading squad discovers its previous captain stole all their best routines from an inner-city school and must scramble to compete at this year's championships. Big Red : Call me Big Red. Whitney : I'm W-W-Whitney. Darcy : Dude, it's Darcy.
Subscriber Account active since. It was 19 years ago this week that we first realized we weren't living in a democracy. We are living in a cheerocracy, though sometimes it can feel like a cheertatorship. That's just one of the many gifts "Bring It On" gave the world when it premiered in theaters on August 22, And in the end, we can all be friends — even with the cheer team from the financially challenged part of town.