You may have missed this musical error in terminal

Because of you, we noticed Netflix’s plot hole Secondary year.

Following the May 13 debut of the comedy film starring Rebel Wilson, fans took to social media to report a glaring mistake in one of the film’s dance numbers. But Kelly Clarkson“A Moment Like This” plays during the opening number, which takes place in May 2002, the song had not yet been released.

“The song ‘A Moment Like This’ wasn’t released until September 2002,” one person wrote on Twitter. Another voiced a similar observation, calling it a “glaring error”. Although a different fan called “the clear anachronism in the movie”, they dubbed Secondary year “a beautiful guilty pleasure.”

Others were less bothered by the error, however. For example, a fan asked for the remix with “A Moment Like This”, writing “I NEED IT NOW”. Someone help!”

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, doesn’t it?

For those who haven’t logged in yet, Secondary year follows former popular girl Stephanie “Steph” Conway (Wilson) as she wakes up from a 20-year coma after a failed cheerleading stunt. So, there were plenty of early 2000s references to enjoy, including pink tracksuits, chunky jewelry, and low-rise jeans.

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