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Soundtrack to "Bring It On: All or Nothing" Quiz

Match the songs that appear in the 2006 comedy movie "Bring It On: All or Nothing" to the singer or band that performed them.

A matching quiz by ClarkyB. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Quiz #
Dec 03 21
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Mobile instructions: Press on an answer on the right. Then, press on the gray box it matches on the left.
(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. "What Ya Waiting For"  
2. "My Happy Ending"  
The All-American Rejects
3. "Beverly Hills"  
4. "Let's Move"  
Jeffrey Foskett
5. "SOS"  
Gwen Stefani
6. "Maryanne"  
Avril Lavigne
7. "How Cool Is That"  
8. "Solo Star"  
Gwen Stefani
9. "Dirty Little Secret"  
10. "Hollaback Girl"  
Kristy Frank

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "What Ya Waiting For"

Answer: Gwen Stefani

Best known as the lead singer for US pop band No Doubt, Gwen Renée Stefani was born on 3rd October 1969 in Fullerton, California. "What Ya Waiting For" is the lead single from Stefani's debut solo studio album "Love. Angel. Music. Baby." that she released in 2004 whilst No Doubt were on a hiatus.

"What Ya Waiting For" plays right at the start of the movie as we see the Pacific Vista High School students dancing at their Homecoming. However we see a short while later than it's not a real Homecoming, but rather part of a dream being experienced by cheerleading captain Britney whilst in class.
2. "My Happy Ending"

Answer: Avril Lavigne

Born on 27th September 1984 in Belleville, Ontario, Canadian singer songwriter Avril Lavigne burst onto the international music scene in 2002 when her debut single "Complicated" was released, and reached number one in numerous countries. Becoming Lavigne's fourth most successful single, "My Happy Ending" was released in 2004 as the second track from her second studio album "Under My Skin".

"My Happy Ending" plays as Britney wakes up from her dream in class, the main title screen is shown, and we see four of the cheerleaders - Britney, Winnie, Amber, and Sierra, dressed in their cheerleading uniform taking a selfie in the school corridor. The song plays again later in the movie as Britney walks out of the Pacific Vista High School Homecoming having split up with Brad.
3. "Beverly Hills"

Answer: Weezer

American rock band Weezer were formed in Los Angeles in 1992, and originally consisted of Rivers Cuomo (vocals and lead guitar), Jason Cropper (rhythm guitar), Matt Sharp (bass guitar), and Patrick Wilson (drums). "Beverly Hills" was released as the lead single from the band's 2005 album "Make Believe", their fifth studio album.

"Beverly Hills" plays as we see an exterior shot of Pacific Vista High School, and the four cheerleaders getting a drink from the coffee stand. Britney's boyfriend Brad turns up and we see Britney and Brad have a conversation about their relationship, much to the frustration of Winnie, who is clearly envious of Britney, both because she is head cheerleader, and because she is dating quarterback Brad who is, in Winnie's words "so hot".
4. "Let's Move"

Answer: Transcenders

Formed in Dallas, Texas in 2002, Transcenders originally consisted of Ryan Parvis (vocals and lead guitar), Travis Behl (vocals and bass) and Brian Hughes (vocals and rhythm guitar), but added Lionel "Bud" Lucchesi (drums) and Brian Girard (keyboard) a couple of years later. As well as being used in "Bring It On: All or Nothing", "Let's Move" also featured in the 2006 movie "Garfield".

"Let's Move" plays as we see the Pacific Vista High School cheerleading squad practicing in the gymnasium while Britney's boyfriend Brad watches from a viewing gallery.
5. "SOS"

Answer: Rihanna

One of the best-selling music artists of all-time, Rihanna was born Robyn Rihanna Fenty on 20th February 1988 in Saint Michael, Barbados. "SOS", which became Rihanna's first single to reach number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, was released in February 2006 as the lead single from her second studio album "A Girl like Me".

"SOS" is playing on Britney's car radio as we see her driving home from school. The radio presenter says "Now, attention all high school cheerleaders, Rihanna is hosting an audition for her TV special. So, if you think you have what it takes, pay attention. You can download the contest rules right now".
6. "Maryanne"

Answer: Jeffrey Foskett

American singer songwriter Jeffrey Foskett was born on 17th February 1956, and is probably best known as a touring and studio musician for Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys. His song "Maryanne" is taken from his debut solo album "Thru My Window" which was released in 1996.

"Maryanne" plays as Britney gets home from school and her parents tell her that they are moving to Crenshaw Heights as her father has lost his job, news that does not go down well with Britney.
7. "How Cool Is That"

Answer: Kristy Frank

Born in Vacaville, California on 11th May 1990, Kristy Frank was only 16 when her debut album "Freedom" was released in June 2006. Frank cites Alanis Morrisette, Gwen Stefani, Mariah Carey, Jewel and Janet Jackson as being among her many musical influences.

In the movie, Frank's song "How Cool Is That" is playing on Britney's car radio as she pulls up to her new high school in Crenshaw Heights. As she steps out of her car, she quickly realises Crenshaw Heights is somewhat different to what she has been used to before, and quickly gets herself into a verbal altercation with the leader of the Crenshaw Heights Warriors cheerleading squad, Camille.
8. "Solo Star"

Answer: Solange

The younger sister of Beyoncé, Solange Piaget Knowles was born on 24th June 1986 in Houston, Texas. As well as being a singer, Solange has also dabbled with acting, and actually appears in the movie as the Crenshaw Heights Warriors head cheerleader Camille.

Taken from Solange's debut studio album of the same name, her song "Solo Star" plays during the Crenshaw Heights Warriors cheerleading squad tryouts. Leti and Kirresha are impressed with Britney's confident tryout, and tell Camille that she's got to put her on the squad, however Camille remains guarded and suspicious, and replies "she was not that good".
9. "Dirty Little Secret"

Answer: The All-American Rejects

US rock band The All-American Rejects were formed in 1999 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Their 2005 song "Dirty Little Secret" was released as the lead single from the band's second studio album "Move Along".

"Dirty Little Secret" plays during the football match at Crenshaw Heights when Winnie, Amber and Sierra turn up and confront Britney about breaking her promise that she would never cheer again.
10. "Hollaback Girl"

Answer: Gwen Stefani

Written by Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo, "Hollaback Girl" was one of six singles released from Stefani's hugely successful debut album "Love. Angel. Music. Baby.".

The third of Gwen Stefani's songs from the movie, "Hollaback Girl" plays as Camille finally gives in, agrees that the Crenshaw Heights Warriors cheerleading squad can incorporate crumping into their routines, and asks Britney to teach her the steps. We then see a montage of both squads (Pacific Vista and Crenshaw Heights) practicing their routines to try to win the audition to appear in an upcoming television special featuring Rihanna.
Source: Author ClarkyB

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