Olivia Rodrigo wearing a blue dress looking at the camera.

Prom night is the perfect time for a coming-of-age moment. Whether you live that moment as your fabulous self or play a character just for fun is up to you. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of iconic characters to look up to. Take this quiz to find out: Which pop culture prom queen are you? Carrie White is not an option.

Laney Boggs 

It’s too bad She’s All That – it turns out – is a problematic film. Laney Boggs represents many teenage girls. She’s creative, introverted, and gets into her head a lot. So relatable. Laney Boggs is getting to know a different side of her and discovering her power. To each her own pace! If this is you, embrace that spotlight and know that you don’t need a Freddie Prinze, Jr. to shine.

Bianca Stratford 

10 Things I Hate About You’s Bianca Stratford is the younger sister of too-cool-for-school Kat Stratford, and she’s also “all that.” She’s the quintessential popular girl, almost reminiscent of Cher (Clueless). And although she’s often mistaken for a vapid mean girl, she’s sweet and only looking for love. For prom, she wore a memorable two-piece pink dress that’s both wholesome and cute – like her!

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Josie Geller 

Josie Geller in Never Been Kissed is the ate of the group – and not only because she’s older. Although her journey through high school was shaky the first time around, she gets to return as a mature, confident, and inspiring woman. She champions underdogs and tells off bullies – if this is you, thank you for using your platform to do good! You deserve that crown.

Olivia Rodrigo 

Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour Prom poster takes inspiration from Courtney Love’s prom queen image on the eponymous album of the band, Hole. She’s glam and fab, but she also has mascara running down her face. If you identify with this character, know that it’s okay to be a hot mess! So you’re a little bit emo – that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun or be a queen.

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Bella Swan

While Bella Swan is technically not a prom queen, she’s a #kween for rocking that leg brace on prom night. This scene from Twilight wasn’t pivotal or exciting, but it’s still a great moment for Bella – who by the way just started dating a vampire! She’s in a new school, with a new boyfriend, living a whole new life, and she’s still trying to figure things out. If this is you, enjoy your night off and leave your anxious thoughts (and Jacob) at the door.

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Remember, you don’t have to be a prom queen to be a queen, but feel free to have some fun with your pop culture spirit animal anyway!