Reunited and it feels so good!
Sarah Michelle Gellar gave "Cruel Intentions" fans a thrill this week, as she got back together with the "Cruel Intentions" gang for her 45th birthday.
Sarah, Selma Blair, Ryan Phillippe, film director Roger Krumble and producer Neal H. Moritz all reunited as part of an art exhibit that featured works inspired by the 1999 film.
The group posed in front of Sam McKinniss' paintings that depicted scenes from the movie.
"What an absolute joy for the legendary cast, director and producer of 'Cruel Intentions' to stop by for a surprise visit on @sarahmgellar's birthday and pose in front of Sam McKinniss's (@wkndpartyupdate) brilliant paintings!" the gallery posted to Instagram on Thursday.
Sarah shared several of the images to her personal Instagram, too.
"Art and surprises on my birthday. What a special day," she wrote.
Funny enough, Selma posted several snaps from the reunion and noted that Sarah was actually the gift giver on her own birthday.
"Happy birthday SMG. I love you forever and have since we met. Only you would gift me a beautiful @melindamaria_jewelry yellow stone ring on YOUR birthday," she wrote. "My gosh, you are perfect!"