It's been 15 years since Britney Spears, Zoe Saldana and Taryn Manning blessed us with the sublime cinematic experience that is "Crossroads."
The film, which opened in theaters February 15, 2002, was a road trip flick with a Spears-centric soundtrack, featuring karaoke performances, a script from future ABC superstar Shonda Rhimes and some serious brooding from the oh-so-sexy Anson Mount.
If you haven't seen it, it's time to get on it. You've had 15 years, what's wrong with you?
To celebrate the film's monumental anniversary, Spears shared her most memorable moment from the set with TooFab.
"My favorite memory of 'Crossroads' was all three of us girls getting in the car and screaming from the top of our lungs," Spears said. "We also figured out Taryn had an amazing voice. She sang us a song and we all felt we were young, wild and free!"
Re-live some of the best musical moments from the movie below:
All three of "Crossroads'" female stars have risen the ranks of Hollywood in the years since its release.
Spears continues to kill it with her "Piece of Me" residency in Las Vegas, Saldana has become a franchise queen with films like "Guardians of the Galaxy," "Star Trek" and "Avatar" and Manning's been crushing it as Pennsatucky on the critically-acclaimed Netflix series "Orange Is the New Black."
Amid all the success, one question remains: When are we gonna get "Crossroads 2: Cross Harder"?