Parenthood? Bring It On! See Gabrielle Union, Kirsten Dunst and More of the Cast's Families
Bring It On turns 20 years old on Aug, 25, which means that the cast is all grown up and raising families of their own
She's T-T-Torrance, your captain Torrance!
She's also a mom to 2-year-old Ennis Howard, who she shares with fiancé (and Friday Night Lights alum) Jesse Plemons.
Though fairly private when it comes to her toddler, Dunst brought Ennis to her Walk of Fame Star Ceremony in August 2019, where he definitely stole the show.
Union played Isis, the captain of the East Compton Clovers, and she is making sure that her daughter, Kaavia, knows it.
The actress is married to basketball star Dwyane Wade and the pair have a beautiful blended family that includes toddler Kaavia James, and Wade's sons Zaire, 18, and Xavier, 6, and daughter Zaya, 12, (all from previous relationships).
Kaavia is clearly learning from her mama, donning a East Compton Clovers uniform for Halloween 2019.
Dushku, who played bad girl-turned-cheerleader Missy Pantone is a new mama! She gave birth to her first child with husband Peter Palandjian in Aug. 2019, a boy named Philip. She doesn't show much of her tiny tot on Instagram, but here is a photo of the family of three on Halloween 2019.
Kramer, who played Courtney in the movie, may have put the "itch in bitch" onscreen, but in real life is a mother of four!
Kramer married producer Brian R. Keathley in 2005 and the pair have quite the full house! She's mom to two girls, Gavin (born in 2008) and River Marie (born in 2010) and two boys, Hart (born in 2012) and Sky Lynlee (born in 2013).
The actor and rocker, who played cheerleader Jan in the film, is married to Grey's Anatomy alum Chyler Leigh. Fun fact: The pair have actually been together since his days sporting a Rancho Carne Toros uniform! This throwback photo shows them on the beach with their kiddos, daughters Anniston Kae, and Taelyn Leigh, now 10 and 13, plus son Noah Wilde, now 16.
DeVoe, who played East Compton Clover cheerleader Lava, married her husband, Ronnie DeVoe in 2006 and is mom to twin boys: Roman and Ronald.
Williams — who played LaFred — isn't a mother herself, but she is godmother to DeVoe's twin boys!