'LA's Finest' Star Gabrielle Union Dresses Daughter Kaavia James in 'Bring It On'-Inspired Cheerleading Outfit
Union and her daughter arrived Omaha for ESPN's College Gameday as Kaavia stuns in her debut visit wearing a "Bring it On" inspired outfit.
The "Bring it On" character is visiting her hometown, Omaha for a match between the Ohio State and the towns Huskers.
She is accompanied by her daughter, Kaavia, who is visiting the town for the first time.
The young darling made her debut appearance in an outfit channeled into her mom's "Bring it On" character.
Simpson captured the moment of the happy looking kid on her Instagram account with the caption,
"Of course I brought it. #Clover4Life #BringItOn #NebraskaGirl".
The green, orange and yellow colors were visible enough to know that Union was paying tribute to the imaginary high school, East Compton although the outfit repped the Runza name instead.
Runza is a chain of restaurant and it seems they gleefully received Kaavia to her maternal home state.
Reactions from her supporters have been impressive, as they caught on the movie Union has brought to their memories again with Kaavia's outfit, which literally signifies the actress is passing on some traits to the 11-month-old baby.
Some fans think the outfit indicates a "Bring it On" remake, while others believe it brings forth the "Bring it On" vibes.
Gabrielle thanked the restaurant in an Instagram picture posing beside her daughter in the cheer outfit.
"Bring it!!!!! Thank you @runzarestaurants for @kaaviajames Runza Clovers outfit to kick off her very 1st visit to #Nebraska," she captioned the post.
In respect to the game, both mother and daughter arrived at Omaha ahead of the match between the state's Huskers and Buckeyes from Ohio, where Union has been assigned as the celebrity picker for ESPN's College Gameday.
Kaavia's mother will be joined by other celebrities like Eric Church and rapper, Jeezy from Atlanta.
When Gabrielle is not producing and acting as a detective of the "LAPD," Sydney Burnett in the second season of Bad Boys spin-off "L.A.'s Finest on Spectrum," she is busy being a passionate lover of the Huskers.