Gabrielle Union Has a Replica of the Clovers Cheering Uniform, Plus How She Remembers the Choreography

9:29 AM EST 12/7/2014 by Kara Michelle, Celebeat Reporter

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Who would've forgotten the movie Bring it On? The cheering competition movie that stars Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union? And what about the song "Hey Mickey" in the epilogue of the movie? Yep that was 15 years ago! For those feeling nostalgic, you may watch the video here.

Gabrielle Union, on the other hand, still has the cheerleading uniform she wore as the head of the East Compton High Clovers cheer squad.

At the Take Five premiere on Dec. 2 in New York City, she revealed that, "I had a replica made. Just for fun...or not," according to US Weekly.

Aside from Union, the movie also stars then teenagers Dunst as Torance Chapman, Eliza Dushku as Missy Pantone and Jesse Bradford as Cliff Pantone.

Union played Isis, the captain of the Clovers squad that had to compete with Dunst's Toros Squad.

Once the camera stops rolling, Union says the friendship stays and both Clovers and Toros team still have fun whenever they are together. She emphasizes, "It's a movie and a gift and a friendship that keeps on giving."

The 42-year-old actress confesses that she does not remember the choreography anymore. However, the crazy thing is whenever Halloween comes and there are groups of people who dresses up as the Clovers and the Toros, and once they do the cheering routine on the streets, Union is magically transported back in time to San Diego filming the movie - and then she remembers the choreography!.

The stepmom of two from her marriage to NBA player, Dwyane Wade, will be starring in the Chris Rock movie, Take Five. She will play Rock's fiancée, Erica Long. The synopsis of the movie dwells with how Andre Allen (played by Chris Rock) deals with fame and his soon to be marriage to Erica Long, which is dubbed as the biggest media event of the year. That is until Allen meets Rosario Dawson's character, Chelsea Brown, a journalist for The New Yorker. The movie is set to premiere on December 12.

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