Mean Girls Reunites
Mean Girls Reunites

Katie Coric made Mean Girls cast reunites with a collaboration with writer and co-star Tina Fey. All the mean girls graced the virtual interaction session and live their moment in the sets of Mean Girls back in 2004.

Mean Girls cast reunites for the first time since the premiere of the movie. It was great to see the star cast onboarding together for a great reason. Yes, There was a cause behind the meet and was the Presidential vote, 2020.

Katie Coric organized and host the virtual meet to raise awareness for a vote as every vote counts. The star cast along with the host urges people to vote on 3rd November, a month ahead.

Mean Girls reunites on a special day, that is Mean Girls day. Yes, the day of 3rd October is a Mean Girls day as the tremendously popular movie released on this day. And since then it is celebrated as Mean Girls Day.

Lindsay Lohan revealed that she was completely unaware of the fact of this special day. It was only she encounters a fan and get to know about that fans celebrate this day so gracefully.

Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Rachel McAdams, Ana Gasteyer, Tim Meadows, Lacey Chabert, Lizzy Caplan, Jonathan Bennett, Rajiv Surendra, and Daniel Franzese joined the meet to revive their old days. They share some behind the screen fun moments and relive those moments all over again.

Lindsay Lohan revealed that she wanted to play Regina to look fancy and wear fancy. But Katy’s cute character owe her latter and she loved to play it all together. Fey discusses how fetch come into her mind while researching on some neighbor child and asking them about slangs.

Mean Girls Reunites
Mean Girls

It was only then the Fetch came into her mind which is a short form of Fetching. And she decided to rock this with Mean Girls. Other casts also share their fun moment from the movie set and cherish those moments together.

Mean Girls cast reunites after a decade and the meet concludes with if they want a sequel for the iconic movie. And also they encourage everyone to go and vote on  3rd November.

“That would be so fetch,”

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