The cheerleader comedy is still one of our favourite movies of all time and, like Mean Girls, oh-so-quotable! Kirsten played head cheerleader T-T-T-T-Torrance. An insanely perky, pretty and just pretty amazing high school student that we all wanted to be.
And it turns out Torrance was pretty much Kirsten herself!
In a new interview with Gotham, the star revealed: "When I was 16 and did Bring It On. I was that girl. It was like me being in high school as myself. It wasn't a stretch at all. I was a cheerleader, my best friend was a cheerleader. I wasn't in competitions, but I watched them on TV."
Bring It On was released in 2000 and along with Clueless, Mean Girls, She's All That, Ten Things I Hate About You and the rest of them, is one of our favourite teen movies. It inspired four direct-to-video sequels.
Kirsten also spoke about being a child star, saying she was thankful her mother kept her grounded: "The influence of how I was raised was the best career advice, because being a child actress can really be unhealthy for your psyche. But my mum always sent me to normal school, so I never missed out on the prom or field trips or any of that stuff."