Sarah Michelle Gellar kissing Selma Blair
Sarah Michelle Gellar kissing Selma Blair Bang Showbiz

Sarah Michelle Gellar kisses Selma Blair again

SARAH Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair have recreated their kiss from 'Cruel Intentions'.

The 38-year-old actress, who has two children, Charlotte, five, and Rocky, two, with husband Freddie Prinze Jr., and her former co-star famously locked lips in the 1999 teen-romance hit and couldn't resist poking fun at the iconic scene after meeting up for a girls' night out at 'The Unauthorised Musical Parody of Cruel Intentions' in Los Angeles last night.

The blonde beauty shared a picture of her kissing the 42-year-old actress on her Instagram profile, with the caption: "@therealselmablair My lessons paid off!!#CruelIntentions #cruelintentionsmusical"

Selma later shared the same photograph, with the caption: "Back with my girl @sarahmgellar . Still my favorite kiss.#bittersweetsymphony"

The duo were joined by their other former co-star Reese Witherspoon for the evening and sat front row at the performance at the Rockwell Table & Stage in Hollywood, according to PEOPLE.com.

A source said the actresses danced and sang along to the musical numbers while drinking cocktails.

Oscar winner Reese also briefly joined in from the audience to reprise her role as the virtuous Annette Hargrove.

She later shared an image of herself with Sarah and Selma on Instagram, writing: "Best girls night of the year!!! #cruelintentions"


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