In news that might make you feel a little bit gayer for reading it, or SQUEE with joy (depending on how much Liza Minnelli you’ve been exposed to in your lifetime) The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants actresses Amber Tamblyn, America Ferrera, Alexis Bledel and Blake Lively are all actually in some sort of real life sisterhood.
It’s been almost seven years since the last “Pants” movie was released, and it’s been ten years since the first movie started rolling. Most actors don’t become terribly chummy after working with each other because EGO and DRUGS and SCANDAL, but in some wild fluke these four young actresses made a film and didn’t hate each other’s fucking guts.
So all of the girls turned up to support America Ferrera in her new play and took a selfie for Amber’s twitter. Thankfully Blake Lively didn’t turn up wearing a kaftan made from bespoke hand weaved Indian American textures.
Like, there’s some sick teenage girl part of me that is totally happy that these hos all like each other. What is that about?!
I watched those movies and I did not hate them. And by that I mean im playing it cool and I’ve seen them like ten million times. The girls also did an EW reunion special last year in which they all said mushy, beautiful shit about each other.
There’s allegedly a third movie in pre-production as of April this year, set ten years later for a reunion trip. Is the Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants going to become the new “Before” series. (Sunset, Sunrise, Midnight) and meet up with these girls every ten years?
I can absolutely see me in my meemaw glasses and with my little zimmerframe shuffling ass out to the cinema to watch these four geriatric hos talk about Golden Girls for an hour when im 80.
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