Besides dominating the airwaves with their hit “Bring It All To Me” for several months now, the members of Blaque have also completed their feature film debut.“We just did a movie, directed by Payton Reed ['Upright Citizens Brigade,' 'Mr. Show,' 1997's 'The Love Bug'], and it’s called ‘Cheer Fever,’” the group’s Shamari explained to the MTV Radio Network. “It’s a cheerleading movie and it’s got actresses like Kirsten Dunst ['The Virgin Suicides,' 'Dick,' 'Jumanji']. In the movie, we’re playing ghetto cheerleaders from East Compton High.” “It’s good, I think you guys will like it,” Natina added. “It’s a comedy,” Brandi said. “It’s like a teenage high school movie.” [RealAudio] “Cheer Fever,” which also stars Jesse Bradford,
Eliza Dushku, and Gabrielle Union, is slated to hit theatres on September 15. On the music side, the ladies of Blaque have also released a new single called “I Do,” which features their mentor, TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes.