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Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Daniel Franzese and Rajiv Surendra reprised their “Mean Girls” roles for a Walmart Black Friday commercial that dropped Wednesday.Thanks for your feedback!
Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert and more got together for the perfect Walmart shopping spree.Thanks for your feedback!
- Entertainment·The Hollywood Reporter
The “It” girls of North Shore High School are back — except this time, they are suburban parents pitching Walmart deals. And no, “fetch” is still not a thing. The retail giant has recruited much of the original cast of the 2004 comedy classic Mean Girls — including stars Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Daniel …Thanks for your feedback!
Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert Finally Gave Us the ‘Mean Girls’ Reunion We’ve Been Needing
The only thing missing was a Regina George cameo.Thanks for your feedback!
On Wednesdays, we get nostalgic. That’s right, Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert are all reprising their roles from the iconic 2004 comedy Mean Girls in a Black Friday commercial for the retail giant, and honestly? It’s pretty fetch. In addition to hyping up Walmart’s deals, the ad also reveals where the characters have …Thanks for your feedback!
Lindsay Lohan, Lacey Chabert and Daniel Franzese open up to PEOPLE exclusively on what it was like reprising their iconic roles for Walmart's Black Friday campaignThanks for your feedback!
In 2023, we’re celebrating 19 years of Means Girls.Thanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·Business Insider
A 'Mean Girls' star described the career setback that made him feel like "someone had died," and the au pair job he took after playing Kevin G
'Mean Girls' actor Rajiv Surendra said working as an au pair helped him get over the rejection of being recast for a role he'd spent six years preparing for.Thanks for your feedback!
Rajiv Surendra starred as Kevin Gnapoor, or Kevin G., the memorable Mathlete captain in the 2004 film “Mean Girls,” but disappeared from Hollywood shortly thereafter. In a recent interview with GQ’s Michelle Yang, he opened up about how he worked hard to pursue a leading role in the 2012 movie adaptation of “The Life of Pi” before eventually being rejected. Surendra was in his first year of college while filming “Mean Girls,” and during this time he heard about how Hollywood was interested inThanks for your feedback!
- Celebrity·E! News
Mean Girls star Rajiv Surendra recently spoke about his decision to quit acting following the 2004 hit comedy. Here’s what he said about how losing out on a major role shaped his path forward.Thanks for your feedback!