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'Josie And The Pussycats' Cast Reunited For The First Time In 15 Years

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With all the excitement surrounding the Josie and the Pussycats album release on vinyl, it makes sense that the cast would share some memories about making the movie. What we didn't expect was that the whole cast would get back together and remind us why they were the best fake band ever!

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They album release was celebrated by the actors and the band who were the voices behind the hit songs, and it made us all feel like we were back in 2001.

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Kay Hanley and her band, Letters to Cleo, sang through five songs that were made for the movie, including "3 Small Words" and "Pretend to be Nice".

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After singing the songs from the movie, the actors from the movie came on stage to see what it would be like if they were actually rock stars.

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Backstage, the people from the movie shared some behind the scenes secrets...

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