Sabrina Bryan Eager For ‘Cheetah Girls’ Reunion: ‘Would Love to Get on a Stage and Kill It Again’

Sabrina Bryan, who played Dorinda in the popular film series, recently expressed her eagerness for a reunion, adding fuel to the fire of speculation. Fans of the early 2000s Disney phenomenon ‘The Cheetah Girls’ are buzzing with excitement once again. 

In an interview, Bryan openly discussed the possibility of a reunion. “’The Cheetah Girls’ would most likely do a movie,” she revealed. “I feel like there’s hints out there that there’s something going on,” she continued, amping up the anticipation.

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Earlier this year, Bryan’s fellow castmates, Raven-Symoné and Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, also teased the idea in separate interviews.  Symoné even playfully entertained the notion with Entertainment Tonight.

“We were so many girls’ first concert back in the day, and I would love to go and reenact our stage work,” she shared. She reminisced about the impact the group had on young audiences and expressed a desire to recapture that magic.

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While details remain under wraps, Bryan’s comments suggest that discussions or preliminary planning stages might be underway. Whether it’s a full-fledged movie or a concert tour, fans can hold onto hope for a potential Cheetah Girls resurgence.

The original ‘Cheetah Girls’ movie, released in 2003, tells the story of four aspiring singers who form a band and rise to fame. The film, along with its sequels, ‘The Cheetah Girls 2′ and ‘The Cheetah Girls: One World’, became a pop culture phenomenon, particularly among young girls.

-Sushmita Sarkar