She's still all that! It's been 18 years since "She's All That" became a cult classic and made a star out of Rachael Leigh Cook, but the actress is still a stunner.
Rachel, 37, turned out for a Hallmark Channel event in Los Angeles on July 27 and just like did while starring as Laney Boggs in 1999, she turned heads.
Rachael has had a bit of a career resurgence of late. Aside from starring in two films in 2017, Rachael recreated her famous 1997 "This Is Your Brain on Drugs" PSA, but this time she said the war on drugs isn't working.
Last year, fans got all sorts of nostalgic when she and her "She's All That" co-star Freddie Prinze Jr. reunited. The moment was shared on Instagram.
"Cup of coffee with the homegirl @rachaelleighcook," Freddie captioned a photo of the former on-screen lovebirds, using the hashtags, "#BeenTooLong" and "#OldFriendsNewFriends."
Rachael shared the same photo with her nearly 60,000 Instagram followers, writing, "Excellent #TBT with this guy; a beautiful actor and human being.17 years, holyyyyyy…"
In honor of the movie's 15th anniversary in January 2014, Freddie and Rachael spoke about the film and, in particular, a certain choreographed promo scene.
"The dance sequence is the best for a thousand reasons," Freddie told The Daily Beast. "It's a sequence that I was horrified to do, because I had never danced on camera before. … I remember [Dulé Hill] being pissed that he wasn't able to tap dance, so he insisted on doing this stupid hoedown thing."
"I remember seeing Dulé tap dance!" Rachael said. "For the big dance number, I was trying to protect myself so I remember making the case to our choreographer, Adam Shankman, that my character wouldn't know this dance and that I'm not a born dancer, so I think that's how I ended up just doing a move or two here or there. [Jodi Lyn O'Keefe's character Taylor Vaughan] did most of the dirty work. And if I ever hear 'The Rockafeller Skank' again, I'm going to shoot myself."