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Kirsten Dunst Breaks Into ‘Bring It On’ Cheer With Jeff Daniels On ‘Late Late Show’ — Watch

Wed, October 14, 2015 1:54pm EDT by Emily Longeretta 1 Comment

It’s been 15 years since ‘Bring It On,’ and Kirsten Dunst is proving that she is definitely still Torrence. She broke out into her famous cheer from the movie during a visit on ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ Oct. 13, and well it will give you seriously deja vu.

Bring It On will never be gone, and I’m now convinced. When Kirsten Dunst broke into the “Brr, it’s cold in here” cheer on The Late Late Show with James Corden, one of the best parts was that Jeff Daniels was sitting next to her, and had quite the hysterical response — and he even shows off his cheering skills himself.

“We were just a couple of young people in San Diego making a Universal movie that nobody cared about,” she said. “None of us knew that it would be come a hit. The opening weekend, we were all surprised. I think I cried!”

When James asked if she still remembered any of the cheers, she coyly answered, “Of course I do!” With that, she starts clapping and singing “Brr, it’s cold in here. There must be some Torros in the atmosphere.” She doesn’t do the dance moves, un fortunately, but I’m pretty sure Jeff Daniels could have! He’s sitting next to her, and James brings up that his wife was actually a cheerleader.

“My wife was a cheerleader, yes – a high school cheerleader. She can still get up and do it,” he says before acting out his wife’s cheerleading moves, hysterically. “It’s really a annoying. Thanksgiving is annoying because she’ll always break into that at a certain time, and we all have to go along with it. It’s great. She still remembers them.”

And yes, James Corden calls him out on calling his wife annoying. It’s hilarious — you have to watch this. This is perfect timing, as the cast of Bring It On reunited on the Today show last week for the anniversary, and posed for pics for Entertainment Weekly. Basically, it’s a good month for Bring It On fans.

— Emily Longeretta