Lindsay Lohan Mentions Possible ‘Mean Girls’ Reunion
During a sit-down with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, actress Lindsay Lohan mentioned a possible Mean Girls reunion might be in the works. The 10th anniversary of the film is next month. Before her interview with Fallon, Lohan spoke to Tina Fey backstage about holding a reunion with the cast from the popular 2004 teen comedy.
The Mean Girls cast included Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, Lizzy Caplan and Amanda Seyfried. Tina Fey wrote the screenplay as well as played a role in the film. “This is important, this needs to happen,” the I Know Who Killed Me actress said about the reunion. She also added Fey was talking to NBC’s Lorne Michaels about bringing the cast together.
Lohan was also on The Tonight Show to promote her upcoming reality docu-series that will broadcast on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Lindsay will premiere Sunday. The show picks up after her court-ordered stunt in rehab last year. “They picked up like two months when I got back to New York after being in treatment,” the 27-year-old said. “I was trying to find serenity and peace in my life, and, of course, they take, like, the chaos of me moving eight years of my life back to New York.”
Lohan credits the show for her recovery and says her days of partying are behind her for good. She also mentioned Winfrey as being a strong support system. The pair grew close during the filming of Lohan’s reality series. “That’s the past, though, and I think that, you know, that I feel really lucky to have been able to work with somebody like Oprah,” she said. “I can call her and she actually gives me wonderful advice, and she’s become a really strong person for me to listen to and learn from in life. And I feel blessed.”
When Lohan mentioned a possible Mean Girls reunion on The Tonight Show, host Fallon encouraged the idea and even offered to host the event. The actress also talked about her upcoming role in 2 Broke Girls and a future movie role. Lohan also participated in the card game, War. Whomever won had the chance to throw a cup of water in the loser’s face. Fallon won the first round, drenching Lohan in ice-cold water. The Canyons actress eventually took a victory the second time around, claiming she had “OWN on her side.”
Lohan is slowly rebuilding her reputation and the mention of a possible Mean Girls reunion could work in her favor. The Parent Trap was Lohan’s picture debut, but the Queen Bees and Wannabes-inspired film helped launch her career. The movie helped make her a recognizable household name, and she earned several awards for the role she played including the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Comedy Actress and Choice Movie Breakout Actress. She also won the 2005 MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance. For now, fans will have to tune in to her new docu-series and wait for the film, Inconceivable to release in theaters. The actress will begin shooting the movie in April.
By April Littleton