Two of the stars from the Disney movie, "The Cheetah Girls," reunite and perform a cheetah girl’s theme song at the Los Angeles Women’s March.
Adrienne Bailon and Raven Symone on January 18th reunited as they joined thousands of demonstrators and advocates at the Los Angeles Women’s March.
Bailon was excited to be part of the cause, and so she took to Instagram to share her experience with her many followers.
Raven-Symoné and Adrienne Bailon onstage at the 4th annual Women's March LA: Women Rising on January 18, 2020 | Photo:Getty Images
She posted a picture and a video featuring herself and Raven. In the photo, the Cheetah girls posed side by side. Bailon pouted with her hand on her waist, and her eyes closed.
Raven, on the other hand, placed one hand on Bailon's back and flashed a wide smile while looking up at the lights. Bailon captioned the post:
“TOGETHER WE CAN” ? ? Chu Chi & Bubbles @wmnsmarchla Love you, @ravensymone."
The picture was attached with a short video of them having a cheetah girl moment when they performed one of the theme songs from the movie titled “Together We Can.”
In the video, Bailon introduced Raven as her cheetah sister as Raven came running to the stage to hug her. Bailon started singing the song, and then Raven joined in.
Adrienne Bailon and Raven Symone starred together in the movie about the American girl group, Cheetah girls, which was an original Disney movie.
In no time, the fans of the American girl group hit the like button and took to the comment section to drop delightful remarks.
“Yo #theangelsvoice @adriennebailon graced us with her voice at @womensmarch what a great turnout."
Apart from her performance with her co-star, Bailon also performed with other singers and speakers at the event.
Adrienne Bailon and Raven Symone starred together in the movie about the American girl group, “The Cheetah Girls,” which was an original Disney movie.
They subsequently starred together in its sequel the "Ccheetah Girls 2," but Raven did not feature in the franchise’s third film, “The Cheetah Girls: One World.”