Karen Smith can’t go out tonight *cough* she’s sick…with nostalgia.
It’s not October 3rd, but Amanda Seyfried is still paying tribute to her former cast members from the hit 2004 teen comedy “Mean Girls,” and fans love to reminisce. She might have “ESPN or something” after all.
On Friday, the “Mama Mia” star, 35, shared a throwback photo to Instagram of a behind-the-scenes moment while filming back in 2003.
Seyfriend is pictured alongside fellow cast members Lindsay Lohan, Lacey Chabert, Jonathan Bennett, Lizzy Caplan, and Daniel Franzese. No one in the photo is wearing pink, so it probably wasn’t taken on a Wednesday.
“#FBF weekends in 2003, baby,” the star wrote to her 5 million followers, and there’s a “30% chance” the post has already gained major attention.
"Such a fun time! A great team! ❤️ 🙌❤️," Lohan, 35, wrote as Chabert, 38, said, "Wow. So many good memories! ❤️."
"We👏are👏babies👏," added Bennett, 40, while Franzese, 43, commented, "Ohhh emmm geeee," later adding, "You look just as young and beautiful still!"
The iconic teen comedy’s legacy is still going strong nearly two decades later.
After ruling the big screen, “Mean Girls” the musical first appeared on Broadway in April 2018. In 2019, the musical, which won 4 Tony Awards, celebrated the movie’s “fetch” 15th birthday.
In January 2020, the film's writer and co-star, Tina Fey, announced that the Broadway show would be turned into a movie musical adaptation.
“I’m very excited to bring ‘Mean Girls’ back to the big screen," Fey said at the time. "It’s been incredibly gratifying to see how much the movie and the musical have meant to audiences."
Lohan also said it would be an “exciting” experience to make another film, but did not confirm whether she would appear in the new iteration.