Director Josephine Decker (L), Elisabeth Moss (C), Belinda Carlisle (2nd from L), Kathy Valentine (3rd from L), Gina Shock (3rd from R), Charlotte Caffey (2nd from R) and Jane Wieldin (R) of The Go-Go’s
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PARK Metropolis, Utah — All was a go for The Go-Go’s.
The famous 1980s feminine team reunited for the initially time in a long time on Friday night time to celebrate the premiere of their documentary, “The Go-Go’s,” at the Sundance Movie Pageant.
Ahead of the premiere, Belinda Carlisle, Kathy Valentine, Gina Shock, Charlotte Caffey and Jane Wieldin collected at Rand Luxury’s Luxury Escape occasion series at the St. Regis Deer Valley for a private dinner, wherever we’re instructed the documentary’s director, Alison Ellwood, reminisced about outdated times when the team was the most successful all-female rock band.
A spy informed Webpage Six that as the team designed their way out of the lodge they ran into actress Elisabeth Moss and director Josephine Decker.
Moss, 37, and the “Vacation” songstresses were heard joking about how Moss a short while ago sang Carlisle’s “Heaven Is a Position on Earth” in a the latest episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
The total group then posed for a image collectively right before heading out to their event.