It's been almost nine years since former Cheetah Girls Adrienne Bailon and Raven-Symoné shared a screen together, but the two stars just reunited on The Real—and it's adorable.
The actress caught up with her old gal-pal and daytime co-host—as well as Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, Tamera Mowry and Tamar Braxton—for an episode that airs on Monday, and it's like these two never skipped a beat.
The second Raven stepped onto the stage, she said she had to call out one of her old friends (Adrienne, obviously) and busted into a throwback dance move that Bailon used to rock for the Cheetah Girls movies.
"Oh my god," Bailon screamed before getting up and doing it, too, "Why did I think this was a hot move?!"
The duo quickly got into a nostalgic conversation that included Raven sharing the interesting method Adrienne had for putting on mascara.
The rest of the co-hosts got in on the fun later on, when a "Cheetah-licious" dance battle against Braxton and fellow former teen star Tamera (did you automatically start singing the Sister, Sister theme song, too?) occurred on stage.
Raven-Symoné currently appears on the new hit series Empire, alongside stars Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, but at one point was one of the four original stars of Disney's Cheetah Girls franchise, along with Bailon, Kiely Williams, and Sabrina Bryan.
The 29-year-old actress starred in both 2003's The Cheetah Girls and 2006's The Cheetah Girls 2, where she sang and danced to the group's big tunes like "Cinderella" and "Girl Power."