But, she added, "That's probably what I would do at my reunion if I didn't go to private Christian school."
During the dance her earpiece fell out -- but nobody seemed to notice.
After Cricket stripped, an alum asked her to go home with him, saying there was plenty of room for her to dance at his place.
"Let's dance right now!" Cricket suggested quickly.
As "Push It" blared over the speakers, he asked where the real Andrea was.
Cricket feigned ignorance.
"I like you better," he said.
But the night came to an abrupt end for Cricket -- and Wachner -- when hotel security intervened. It turned out the hotel hosting the reunion hadn't wanted footage of someone dancing scandalously in its ballroom.
When Wachner posted the trailer on YouTube, it attracted both huge fans and angry critics, igniting a kind of class warfare.
Yellowmxwheels wrote, "I went to a school in San Diego that was just like that (Valhalla). The school had a nickname that other schools used,(Snobhalla.) All the nice cars, we even had a kid that drove a friggin Ferrari our senior year. I mean I had a nice car too but I paid for mine it wasn't given to me. …"
But others, who claimed to have attended Wachner's high school, seemed incensed. Nacalaca wrote, "Yeah there were spoiled kids, but definitely the minority. Andrea, thanks for perpetuating the myth that ALL of PV was snobby kids. This video makes you look like the biggest snob of all."
Dorisdrive said, "Husband & I bought flight, ticket, etc, & night was hijacked by wanna-be reality star. It was tacky & distracting & turned night commercial even though we paid to be there."
Whether they loved it or hated it, one thing is clear: Wachner will never again be just another face in the crowd.
"I can appreciate what she was trying to do in the sense of making an interesting documentary -- and why not? Most of the reunions are predictable so why not do something that was different," said Wolowicz. "The one person I'll remember most from the reunion was that fictitious character."