The stars of cult movie classic, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion have had a real-life get together.

Mira Sorvino (who played Romy) and Lisa Kudrow (Michele) took to Instagram to let fans know they had run into each other and to indulge in a bit of a mutual admiration society.

"Look who I ran into!! The incomparable @lisakudrow!! And I'm gonna be lucky enough to hang w/her again Friday!" Sorvino captioned a photo of the two stars. "Woo-hoo!! Love this woman!!"

Kudrow jumped into Sorvino's comments, saying, "Hey, I have one of those!"


The former Friends star had earlier posted: "Most thrilling moment for me at a party EVER! Genuinely GOOD person @mirasorvino see you soon," Kudrow wrote.

Sorvino, 51, commented on the post, saying "Ooh I like your pic! Brighter than mine!!" referring to her own post of the same encounter.

"Love you Lisa," Sorvino gushed.

"Love you Mira," Kudrow added.

The stars' followers were quick to react in the comment section, too.

Actress Lauren Francesca loved seeing the reunion.

"OMG this is amazing!!!" she wrote.

"It's another high school reunion!" another said.

The 1997 film was a smash hit. Photo / Supplied
The 1997 film was a smash hit. Photo / Supplied

Sorvino and Kudrow starred in the popular 1997 comedy, about two friends who make up fake careers to impress their classmates at their 10-year high school reunion. The film also starred Alan Cumming, Justin Theroux and Janeane Garofalo.

The film was an absolute hit and, more than 20 years later, retains a devoted fanbase who pepper social media with questions on a sequel.

Kudrow, of course, is also known for her Emmy-winning role as Phoebe Buffay in the mega series Friends. Sorvino nabbed an Oscar in 1996 for her role in the 1995 romantic comedy Mighty Aphrodite.

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And this isn't the only reunion Kudrow has had recently.

She had a girls' night with former co-stars Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston back in June.

Kudrow shared smiling selfies of the trio, who played famed characters Phoebe, Monica and Rachel, on Instagram. The co-stars from the iconic sitcom, which premiered 25 years ago, looked just as close as they hugged for the pics posted to social media.