What Happens During a Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Star Girls’ Night Out
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What Happens During a Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Star Girls’ Night Out

The real-life sisterhood of the actors from Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants girls is the definition of #squadgoals — 11 years after the first movie, they’re still as tight as ever. Even if America Ferrera, Alexis Bledel and Amber Tamblyn aren’t all Blake Lively’s daughter James’ godmothers (don’t shatter our dreams, girls), Blake and Amber go on double dates, spend New Years’ Eve together and, according to America, still have girls’ nights out. All while they prep for the third Sisterhood movie.

“They’re my best friends,” America told People in a recent interview. She also admitted that they’ve been friends for so long, there are times she forgets they met because of the movie — and that they’re also all recognizable stars, especially when having a GNO. “When I’m out with my Sisterhood girls, I think, ‘Why are people staring?’ Then it hits me, ‘Oh! It’s because we are the Sisterhood girls,'” she said. THE SISTERHOOD GIRLS! This is OG #squadgoals, right here.

Amber posted some sweet Sisterhood #TBT (and “#tbt to right now” ;) snaps on Instagram like this pic from NYE and the below shot of a special girls’ weekend, calling each of the girls her sister in the captions.

Following the wave of remake nostalgia (Fuller House, you’re almost here!), the long-rumored third Sisterhood movie IS in the works, so we’ll get to see these real-life besties on screen once again. The flick is based on the fifth book in novelist Ann Brashares’ young-adult series. “What’s wonderful about it is, and the series to begin with, is that it’s really raw and honest about friendship and how hard it can be and how it changes as you grow up,” America said in early 2015.

The Sisterhood friendship is OG #squadgoals.

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(h/t People; photos via @amberrosetamblyn and Scott Gries/Getty)