Because you like Regina George in Mean Girls
This is not a democracy. According to Torrance Shipman, it's a "cheerocracy." See them in Bring It On.
The star of every school production since kindergarten and the most popular girl of East High, Sharpay Evans usually gets her way. See them in High School Musical.
Cher Horowitz may have a problem with hubris, but she looks utterly fabulous while learning a lesson about the dangers of meddling. See them in Clueless.
Amy Townsend rarely wakes up in the same bed twice. See them in Trainwreck.
Annie Walker can bake a beautiful cupcake, but everything else in her life is a mess. See them in Bridesmaids.
A beacon of positivity with a brilliant legal mind to boot, Elle Woods breaks down stereotypes about what girls can and can't do. See them in Legally Blonde.
Teddy Sanders loves his frat brothers so much he might never leave school. See them in Neighbors.
Mike Lane is magnetic, beefy, and street-smart, but how long can he keep up with the red-light scene? See them in Magic Mike.
Sandy Olsen is out of her head, hopelessly devoted to Danny. See them in Grease.
Tracy Turnblad's got rhythm, and she's determined to share her dance moves with the world. See them in Hairspray.
Self proclaimed, Fat Amy, likes horizontal running and mermaid dancing. Important skills, one could argue. See them in Pitch Perfect.
Jenna Rink is physically 30 but emotionally 13. She has a better excuse than most. See them in 13 Going on 30.