It's been 19 years since the quotable comedy, based loosely on Jane Austen classic Emma, hit theaters and became a staple of every teen girl's film collection.
"And obviously that wasn't the case. But I just felt like that! Especially when I pushed [Elton] off [of me at a house party]," she told the panel. "Those were the things that I found lovely."
"We had so much fun," Dash said. "[Heckerling] had such a clear vision and she was able to translate it to us perfectly."
Asked whether she'd be up for a sequel, Silverstone said she would leave it in Heckerling's hands.
'I'm game to whatever [director Amy Heckerling] has in store,' she said. 'I think that time has passed, though. I don't even know what Cher would be up to these days."