The Cheetah Girls were marching for women’s rights over the weekend.
On Saturday (Jan. 18), former Cheetah Girls members Raven-Symoné and Adrienne Bailon reunited at the Women’s March in Los Angeles. During Bailon’s performance at the event, the two performed the Cheetah Girls’ uplifting song “Together We Can.”
“Yo #theangelsvoice @adriennebailon gaced us with her voice at @womensmarch what a great turnout!” Symoné captioned a photo of the two on Instagram.
Real co-host Bailon also shared a selfie of the pair, along with a video of their performance together.
“’TOGETHER WE CAN’ — — Chu Chi & Bubbles @wmnsmarchla Love you @ravensymone,” Bailon captioned her post.
Symoné and Bailon were part of the Cheetah Girls from 2002 through 2008. Other members included Kiely Williams and Sabrina Bryan. The group starred together in Disney Channel’s The Cheetah Girls and The Cheetah Girls 2.
The Women’s March in downtown L.A. drew thousands of demonstrators who advocated for reproductive rights, immigration reform, environmental justice and other issues, according to the Los Angeles Times.