'Mean Girls' cast recreates iconic group call to encourage people to vote


Whether you think voting is fetch or grool, the cast of “Mean Girls” wants to make sure that you do it.

Lindsay Lohan shared a video on Instagram this week of the lead cast members of the beloved teen classic in a new version of the group call scene from the 2004 movie.

The video splices clips from the original movie and footage of Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried reading their lines and reacting to the dialogue written by Tina Fey.

At the end of the video, a message appears asking people to “vote on November 3rd.”

Earlier this month, the original cast members and Tina Fey met up for a virtual reunion moderated by Katie Couric, who dressed up as Amy Poehler’s “cool mom” character. The group shared their favorite memories of filming, and talked about how the movie impacted their lives.

Fey also revealed that she doesn’t think that Lohan’s character Cady and Aaron Samuels, the dreamy senior who steals her heart in the movie, would still be together 16 years later.

“I think they're Facebook friends. I don't think they ended up together. I wouldn't want characters who met in high school to end up together. I hope they lived a little more than that,” she said.

Last month, Pillsbury introduced a limited-edition pastry with pink icing inspired by the scene in the movie when Chabert’s character claims that she doesn’t think her “father, the inventor of Toaster Strudel, would be too pleased to hear about” her getting in trouble for her involvement in the creation of a burn book full of insults and rumors about her classmates.

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