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.[article id="1440030"]"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,'"[/article] the group's Shamari explained to the MTV Radio Network. [article id="1440030"] "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."[/article] [article id="1440030"]"It's good, I think you guys will like it,"[/article] Natina added. [article id="1440030"] "It's a comedy,"[/article] Brandi said. [article id="1440030"] "It's like a teenage high school movie." [RealAudio][/article] "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.