Celebrities you forgot were in the ‘Bring It On’ movie series

Celebrities you forgot were in the 'Bring It On' movie series

The cast of the first “Bring It On” is iconic, so we jump to 2004’s “Bring It On Again,” which starred “One Tree Hill’s” Bethany Joy Lenz.

The cast of the first “Bring It On” is iconic, so we’ll skip to 2004’s “Bring It On Again,” which starred “One Tree Hill’s” Bethany Joy Lenz.

The cast of the first "Bring It On" is iconic, so we'll skip to 2004's "Bring It On Again," which starred "One Tree Hill's" Bethany Joy Lenz.

“Bring It On Again” followed a new crop of college cheerleaders at the fictional California State College. Read also : How Much Do NFL Cheerleaders Make? — Hint: Much less than you think.

The year after Lenz began playing sweet teacher Haley James on “One Tree Hill,” she completely switched gears and played mean girl Marni, who thought the cheerleader position belonged to her.

Future “The OC” and “Grey’s Anatomy” star Chris Carmack played Todd in “Bring It On Again.”

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Future “The OC” and “Grey’s Anatomy” star Chris Carmack played Todd in “Bring It On Again.

Carmack has a small role as Todd, a wide receiver on the college football team that cheerleader Tina tries to set up with main character Whittier. To see also : Transgender cheerleader kicked out of camp after alleged assault.

“iCarly” star Jerry Trainor also had a brief role in “Bring It On Again.”

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Solange starred in the third film, “Bring It On: All or Nothing” in 2006.

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Solange starred in the third film, “Bring It On: All or Nothing” in 2006.

“All or Nothing” brought the franchise back to high school in Los Angeles. In the sequel, Solange plays the cheerleading captain of the Crenshaw Heights Warriors, Camille.

Her co-lead was none other than Hayden Panettiere.

Her co-lead was none other than Hayden Panettiere.

Panettiere plays Britney, a cheerleader who transfers from the predominantly white Pacific Vista High School to the predominantly minority Crenshaw Heights.

You may remember this video of Panettiere dancing during her trial that went viral in March 2020.

Jake McDorman, who you may recognize from “Greek” or “Lady Bird”, also appeared in the film.

Jake McDorman, who you might recognize from “Greek” or “Lady Bird,” also appeared in the film.

McDorman plays Brad, Britney’s quarterback boyfriend at her old school, who is secretly cheating on her with one of his old teammates.

Future “Grown-ish” and “How I Met Your Dad” actress Francia Raisa played a cheerleader.

Future “Grown-ish” and “How I Met Your Dad” actress Francia Raisa played a cheerleader.

Two years before she began starring in “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” Raisa made her film debut as Crenshaw cheerleader Leti in “All or Nothing.”

And of course Rihanna had a cameo playing herself.

And, of course, Rihanna had a cameo playing herself.

Just a year after her breakthrough single “Pon de Replay”, Rihanna appeared in “All or Nothing” as herself – the winner of the cheerleading competition will get to perform with Rihanna and their school will get new computers.

The film ends with a music video for “Pon de Replay” featuring members of the cast.

The next year, Ashley Benson starred in “Bring It On: In It to Win It”.

The next year, Ashley Benson starred in “Bring It On: In It to Win It.”

Just three years before her breakout role on “Pretty Little Liars” as Hanna Marin, Benson played Carson, the captain of the West Coast Sharks.

“In It to Win It” is loosely based on “West Side Story” as the two competing cheer squads are called the Sharks and the Jets. Of course, Carson falls in love with a member of the Jets.

The film also starred Jennifer Tisdale – so obviously her sister Ashley Tisdale had to show up to perform her song “He Said She Said”.

The film also starred Jennifer Tisdale — so, obviously, her sister Ashley Tisdale had to make an appearance to perform her song “He Said She Said.”

Ashley’s sister Jennifer plays a member of the Jets. At the end of the film, during the credits, Ashley appears and the cast dances to her song, “He Said She Said.”

Three years later, Ashley was set to play a college cheerleader in The CW’s “Hellcats.”

In 2009, Christina Milian starred in “Bring It On: Fight to the Finish”.

In 2009, Christina Milian had the lead role in “Bring It On: Fight to the Finish.”

In “Fight to the Finish,” Milian plays Lina, a high school student who moves from East LA to Malibu after her mother marries a wealthy man. She is forced into her new school’s cheerleading squad by her mother after she upsets her new stepsister, Sky.

“Insecure” actress Gabrielle Dennis played a dancer Trey.

“Insecure” actress Gabrielle Dennis played a dancer Trey.

Dennis, who you may recognize from “Insecure”, the MCU series “Luke Cage” or “Rosewood”, plays one of Lina’s friends from her old school who is brought in as a caller to cheer in Malibu.

“Teen Wolf” star Holland Roden also appeared in “Fight to the Finish.”

“Teen Wolf” star Holland Roden also appeared in the “Fight to the Finish.”

Two years after Roden played Sky, a cheerleader in “Fight to the Finish,” she went on to play another high school student in the MTV supernatural series “Teen Wolf,” Lydia Martin.

Vivica A. Fox had a small role in 2017’s “Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack.”

Vivica A. Fox had a small role in 2017’s “Bring It On: Worldwide #Cheersmack.”

Fox plays a world-renowned former cheerleader and podcast host known only as the Cheer Goddess in “Worldwide #Smackdown.”

In the upcoming “Bring It On: Cheer or Die,” which is a horror take on the cheerleading series, Missi Pyle is getting a role.

In the upcoming “Bring It On: Cheer or Die,” which is a horror take on the cheerleading series, Missi Pyle will have a role.

The “Dodgeball” actress has a role in the upcoming Halloween “Bring It On” sequel, which is expected to be released on SYFY this fall.

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