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It's not every day that actors who were a part of a film that made them an icon get to become those characters again. But if you ever wondered what an older Cher Horowitz from Clueless would look like now, actress Alicia Silverstone has got you covered.

During a taping of Lip Sync Battle, host Chrissy Teigen shared a photo of herself with her 18-month-old daughter Luna Simone on her arm and Silverstone dressed in Cher's iconic yellow plaid blazer and matching mini-skirt:

The appearance of Silverstone on set is no doubt stirring speculation among Clueless fans as to which song the actress will lip sync in front of the crowd. We think picking a song or two from the Clueless movie soundtrack would be the perfect compliment for Cher's resurgence into the spotlight. Perhaps "Kids in America" by the Muffs? Or how about Coolio's "Rollin' With My Homies"? We're wiggin' just thinking about it!

While Silverstone still looked like a total Betty as Cher, she isn't the only actor to revisit an iconic character (and their clothes) years after the movie that made them famous was released.

Actors Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd made a special appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to reprise their roles as Marty McFly and Doc Brown from the Back to the Future series a few years ago.

Jimmy Kimmel Live! [Credit: ABC]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! [Credit: ABC]

Not only were the actors dressed in the same clothes that made their characters pop culture icons, but their appearance on Kimmel's show marked the day Marty and Doc travel to the future in Back to the Future 2 — October 21, 2015.

Jimmy Kimmel Live! [Credit: ABC]
Jimmy Kimmel Live! [Credit: ABC]

Except Marty and Doc soon discover that the year 2015 may not be all that its cracked up to be. No flying cars? No Hover Boards? Johnny Carson is dead? What the hell kind of future is this! Or in the words of Marty McFly, "2015 kinda sucks."

Check out the rest of the segment from Kimmel's show below:

When the actors are happy to pay homage to the characters that are the movie icons they are today — even if it's only for a day — fans can certainly take comfort in knowing that these characters will continue to live on in their hearts, minds, and screens throughout all time.

(H/T: People)


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