Britney and Jesse become close and eventually kiss.
Around this time, singer Rihanna announces a television special where all high school cheerleading squads can compete, with the winners appearing in a music video with her and winning new computers for their school.
Winnie protests, dismissing CH's style as "ghetto," to which Rihanna responds that she judges a squad by their skills and not by where they come from.
Rihanna ultimately selects Crenshaw Heights as the winners, and the Pacific Vista squad (with Britney's friend Amber as their new captain) comes forward to congratulate them.
Her nemesis is the highly ambitious Winnie Harper (Marcy Rylan).
Her life changes dramatically when her father loses his job, and the family must relocate to the disadvantaged city, Crenshaw Heights, which Britney, being the "White Girl", takes quite a while to adjust to.
This film, which is the second sequel to Bring It On, has a tenuous link to its predecessors, featuring only a similar plot of competing cheerleading teams that have to try something different in order to win.
There are no recurring cast members or canonical references to the preceding films.Camille, impressed by this, lets Britney cheer with them again.Jesse, however, is still mad at her for not telling him that she had a boyfriend before they had kissed.PV wows the audience with their routine and Camille starts getting worried.Then Britney points out that all their steps are repetitive and that they have their secret weapon: Krumping.During the end credits, the main characters are seen dancing to the outro music as the film ends.