You may have heard the rumors, first ignited by Lindsay Lohan when she told Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” that a “Mean Girls” reunion “needs to happen.”
Now, Tina Fey, the mastermind behind the high school clique flick, is weighing in on the possibility of a 10-year anniversary reunion of all those pretty “Plastics” we love to hate.
"I saw Lindsay at the first episode of ‘The Tonight Show,’ and I was just saying to her backstage, ‘Oh, I think someone’s going to call us because people have been calling, people have been trying to organize some kind of televised reunion because it’s the 10th anniversary of the movie,’" Fey told "The Insider With Yahoo," before quickly adding, "but it’s not like another movie."
Heck no, it’s not like another movie, Tina. “Mean Girls,” written by Fey and starring Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried, and Amy Poehler, is only the fetchest movie to come out in the last decade!
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OK, so we’re not going to see “Mean Girls 2” anytime soon, but Fey did confirm an anniversary something is in the works.
When asked whether she’s written another movie, Fey said, “No! I wish I had
written a movie. No, it’s just. … Mostly we’re trying to get a party going.”
Hey, we’ll take it.
"Just a party. At best a party," Fey said.
Make sure to snap us a group selfie at the party, Tina.
Keep your eyes peeled for a very special soiree — the anniversary of “Mean Girls” is coming up on April 30.
Cross your fingers it happens.
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