Almost 20 years since we first fell in love with the cinematic masterpiece that is Bring It OnKirsten Dunst has revealed she’d be interested in a reboot. So dust off your pom-poms and practice your best spirit fingers.

Bring It On is a cinematic masterpiece. The film taught us about cheerocracies, the difference between spirit fingers and jazz hands, and a whole bunch of cheers that are stuck in my head to this day. It had boys, bitchiness and the beloved Spirit Stick. Honestly, what more could you need? Twenty years later, I’m still obsessed, and apparently Kirsten Dunst is too.

After a recent accidental reuniting with co-star Gabrielle Union for a Rodarte Campaign, Dunst has been hit with Bring It On related questions. During a recent episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, she was asked whether she’d be interested in a reunion, ET reports.

“If they wanted to make another movie, I would make another movie. It would be so fun!” Dunst told Kelly Clarkson.

You heard the woman! Make it happen, Universal.

In the interview, she went on to discuss how it’d be different this time around, likely because the OG film had a minuscule budget and wasn’t expected to be the cult-classic it has now become.

“We made that movie for no money, zero money,” she said. “It was a Universal movie but one of those where they’re just like, ‘Go do what you want.’ … That’s always the best when you don’t expect anything and then [it] became so huge.”

And Dunst isn’t the only one who’s keen on a new film. Director Peyton Reed has also discussed a reunion in an ET interview in 2018.

“It’s something that we’ve actually talked about — and I’ve talked about it with the actors and [writer] Jessica Bendinger,” he shared. “Could you do like, a 20-year later thing to just pick up where they are now, make it this generational thing? It’s something we’ve kind of talked about over the years but never quite honed in on it.”

Essentially, the idea would involve the OG characters in their adult lives, including “weird mid-life crises” and adult problems.

Reunions and reboots are inevitable. Everything from Gilmore Girls to Gossip Girl has been rebooted in recent years, so it would really be no surprise if Bring It On copped one too.

Although it wouldn’t be the first sequel (or the 2nd, 3rd or 4th), this hypothetical film would be the first time Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union revisited the franchise since the OG in 2000.

Obviously, Kirsten Dunst can’t just shake her spirit fingers and make it happen, but hopefully this reminds Universal that they’re sitting on a fucking GOLD MINE and should absolutely revisit the Bring It On franchise.

Image: Bring It On