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Will these high school dance partners be able to save their beloved Winterleigh?! Find out during TOMORROW\u2019S premiere of #AChristmasDanceReunion #ItsAWonderfulLifetime @corbinbleu @gimmemotalkpic.twitter.com/5rR5WBkSdk— Lifetime (@Lifetime) 1638460803
High School Musical was a true phenomenon when it came out back in 2006... eut even nowadays, the trilogy is still going strong.
Fans of the hit franchise will be thrilled to know that Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman's chemistry is still present after all these years.
"'High School Musical' really stayed alive because of the fans. It's been 15 years since the first movie, it's been 13 years since we hung up our Wildcat hats. The chemistry that we had then is still here now," Coleman said.
That same chemistry is shown on a brand new holiday movie titled A Christmas Dance Reunion, in which an attorney is reunited with her childhood Christmas dance partner.
"There's a lot of art imitating life here. There's a lot of connection that Barrett and I have. This is all I want to do... to work with people that I love and I hold dear to my heart," Bleu said.
"You get to just see this relationship unfold in the most beautiful way. It was just everything that you would hope for growing up," Coleman said.
For die-hard fans, you may notice some High School Musical easter eggs in the film.
"Mo and I have grown up together. We have photos from years back and some of those photos are used in the film," Bleu said.
Are you ready, Wildcats? A Christmas Dance Reunion premieres December 3rd on Lifetime.