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Whoa! Prom picture Senior Class of 1998! That was just last year, right??
I took a walk down memory lane this weekend when I went to a screening of the fourth installment of the American Pie franchise—American Reunion. I went to watch the first movie by mistake. I'm sure I shouldn't say this but I actually snuck into the theater. I know, I know. It was wrong but I was broke and the ticket taker didn't ask me for my ticket. But I digress. I graduated one year before the film came out –GO GRIZZLIES, CLASS OF '98! WOOHOO—so I felt like this movie was talking to me. I laughed liked I'd never laughed before at a movie! This kind of raunchy genre was something I'd never seen before and the audiences went crazy for it. It was an instant hit!
So fast forward 13 years, and these crazy kids are celebrating their high school reunion. After seeing the movie I thought, "Really? Thirteen years have passed? Are you sure? I don't think that can be right." Ahhh yes, I did the math, carried the one, added the three –and indeed, 13 years is correct.
I celebrated my 10 year reunion three years ago. Man, time flies! But it made me think of high school, my high school shenanigans, my high school buddies and lucky for me, like the kids of American Pie, when I see my class of ‘98 fellow Grizzlies, we pick up right where we left off—albeit not as raunchy and foul; nothing I'd admit to anyway!
The movie hits theaters April 6 and the cast is just as crazy as ever! You can check out my interviews with them at eonline!
Kristina Guerrero is a self-proclaimed small-town girl with big-city dreams. Born and raised in Sunnyside, Wash., Kristina always had her sights set on the Hollywood dream. And at age 18, she set out to pursue it. With only a few pennies in her pocket and a lifetime of ambition in her heart, she packed up and moved to Los Angeles.
The dreams of bright lights, movie stars and superstardom were quickly replaced with the reality of no money, no home and nowhere to go. Not discouraged, she enrolled at the University of Southern California (go Trojans!). While in college, she landed an internship at L.A.'s Fox KTTV and climbed the ladder from "coffee girl" to field producer.
After graduating USC with a BA in Journalism, she landed her first big gig as cohost of The Rub, a relationship talk show, on SiTV network. That break led to an opportunity as a guest correspondent for Access Hollywood, where she interviewed stars like Jim Carrey and Kirk Douglas.
In January 2005, Kristina moved to San Antonio, Texas, to host her own CBS morning talk show, Great Day S.A., for which she received a local Emmy nomination. In addition, she was also a guest cohost on the Adam Corolla radio show and the spokeswoman for Latina magazine's 10th anniversary campaign.
The lure of L.A. was strong, however, and she returned in January of 2008. Most recently, Kristina was on the red carpet at the Grammys and on the sidelines at the Super Bowl as the entertainment correspondent for Inside Edition.
When she's not diligently bringing you your entertainment fix on E! News Now, Kristina enjoys watching intellectual films (The Goonies), reading life-changing literature (Cosmo) and appreciating fine dining (she'll eat almost anything).