Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams Re-create Their 'Mean Girls' Call And It's So Fetch
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Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert virtually reunited to recreate one of the most memorable scenes from the 2004 movie "Mean Girls".
The quartet repeated their roles as Cady Heron, Regina George, Gretchen Wieners and Karen Smith in the #GoodToVote campaign about the Spring Fling.
"Gretchen thinks you're mad at her for running for Spring Fling Queen," Lohan begins as Cady.
"Oh my god, I'm not mad at her. I worry about her. I think someone nominated her for a joke or something," replies McAdams' Regina. See the full recreation below:
That reunion came just days after "Mean Girls" day - October 3rd, a date mentioned in the movie but has taken on a life of its own online - when much of the cast reunited to be with Katie To speak Couric.
Lohan, Seyfried, Chabert, Tina Fey, Tim Meadows, Lizzy Caplan, Ana Gasteyer, Daniel Franzese, Rajiv Surendra and Jonathan Bennett shared their favorite memories of the movie and shared their thoughts on their respective characters. McAdams joined Couric separately in a video chat.
During this reunion, Fey, who also wrote the script, pondered what Cady and Aaron would be up to 16 years later.
“I think they're Facebook friends. I don't think they ended up together,” she said. “I don't want characters who met in high school to end up together. I hope they lived a little more. "
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