AS IF Hollywood's leading men just channelled their inner Cher Horowitz!
Alicia Silverstone will forever be the original "Clueless" superstar, but Bradley Cooper, Seth Rogen, Paul Dano, and Jake Gyllenhaal all did their very best to emulate the actress in a fake audition video for W Magazine, where they read lines from the treasured 1995 fashion flick.
"I would like to preface this by saying that what was unfortunate about reading through this for the first time — I just would also like to say that I just got this — was that I realized that I talk like this, which is a bummer," says Gyllenhaal before he starts reading the "Clueless" lines.
Whoa, Jake. How do you consider talking like a '90s fashion icon "unfortunate?" Whatever.
The A-list actors go on to recite the lines from Cher's famous classroom speech about Haitian immigration, which she compared to a party at her parents' house.
"It's like when I had this garden party for my father's birthday, right?" Cooper begins.
"People came who, like, did not RSVP," Dano continues to read in a impassive voice.
"So I was, like, totally buggin'." Rogen follows up with a bit more passion. "It does not say RSVP on the Statue of Liberty."
Watch the video above for Cooper, Gyllenhaal, Rogen and Dano's best "Clueless" impressions.
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