Cruel Intentions fans got a treat this week with the premiere of the “unauthorised” stage musical. It also served as the perfect opportunity for a little Cruel Intentions reunion, as stars of the film attended the opening night of The Unauthorised Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions at Rockwell: Table & Stage in L.A.

Sarah Michelle Gellar
Sarah Michelle Gellar reunited with her former co-stars and the Cruel Intentions trio shared some love.

The musical, directed by Lindsey Rosin, is filled with iconic '90s songs like TLC's No Scrubs, Natalie Imbruglia's Torn, and Ace of Base's I Saw the Sign. According to E! News’ sleuths, the ladies sang along, applauded, high fived and generally looked like they loved the show.

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Roger Kumble, who directed Cruel Intentions the movie, tells E! News exclusively the musical parody gave him "a sense of nostalgia." Selma seemed to agree, telling E! News exclusively, "Some of the best moments of my life were filming this movie!"

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E! Also reports that after the show Sarah Michelle, Reese and Selma took some time to meet their stage counterparts (played by Katie and Molly Stephens, and Shelley Regner, respectively), taking pictures and spending some time backstage. They also made sure to stay behind and pay attention to their fans – taking pictures, giving autographs and revelling in some good 90s nostalgia.