Josie and the Pussycats, the film that made us all want to join an all-female rock group, just celebrated its 16th anniversary. Who feels old? 🙋

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In honor of the anniversary, a concert was put on in L.A. that featured music performed by Kay Hanley, the singing voice behind Josie in the film. 

In honor of the anniversary, a concert was put on in L.A. that featured music performed by Kay Hanley, the singing voice behind Josie in the film.
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Yes, she sang "3 Small Words," and we have a serious case of FOMO.

But the best part of the night? The original band members, Josie, Val, and Mel (aka Rachel Leigh Cook, Rosario Dawson, and Tara Reid) reunited. 

But the best part of the night? The original band members, Josie, Val, and Mel (aka Rachel Leigh Cook, Rosario Dawson, and Tara Reid) reunited.
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The Josie cast members participated in a panel along with the movie's codirectors and writers, Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont.

They were also joined by Missi Pyle, who played Alexandra Cabot, and Gabriel Mann, who portrayed Alan M. 

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Seeing the band back together again has us playing the soundtrack on repeat. 

Seeing the band back together again has us playing the soundtrack on repeat.
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You know you have the words to "Pretend to Be Nice" still memorized. Don't lie. 

But actually, how lit was this girl group?!

Josie and the Pussycats served us hardcore girl power realness, and we will be forever grateful. 

SHARE if you're putting on your cat ears to celebrate the film's 16th anniversary. 

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