For fans of the cult classic Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, the interpretive dance sequence is an indisputable favorite.
And according to one of the film's stars, Mira Sorvino (Romy), that particular scene took quite a bit of preparation!
"We designed the dance in mind for comedy and so everybody took what they could do and then sort of tweaked it towards being funny,” she told The Huffington Post.
“So I had done a lot of ballet as a kid, so we put some ballet moves in there, but then I would do dismounts, like a gymnast.”
The cast rehearsed the choreography for two weeks before filming, but co-stars Lisa Kudrow (Michelle) and Alan Cumming (Sandy Frink), along with Mira, added their own improv when the camera started rolling.
“I started doing the Snoopy dance at one point,” she shared. “It just is throwing stuff in there just to make it this gleeful, crazy thing.”
Although a sequel for the 1997 film is currently not in the works, Mira said the main cast members are all on board. “We’ve been dying to do it for years,” she revealed. “[But] it’s not up to me."
Watch the hilarious scene below!