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Watch: ‘Mean Girls’ Stars Reprise Iconic Roles in Grool New Video

Watch: ‘Mean Girls’ Stars Reprise Iconic Roles in Grool New Video

A reunion like no other, Mean Girls stars Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert reprised their roles from the 2004 teen-comedy film for a Walmart ad.

In the ad, Lohan, Seyfried, and Chabert return to North Shore High School as grown-up adults. Lohan’s Cady Heron is now the school’s guidance counselor, and both Seyfried’s Karen Smith and Chabert’s Gretchen Wieners are now mothers of teens who all go to the school. When Gretchen tries to make “fetch” happen once again, her daughter declares, “It’s still not going to.” 

Like she did in the original film, Lohan’s Cady does a voiceover. “At North Shore, some things never change,” she declares. “On Wednesdays, we still wear pink. But now, we shop Walmart Black Friday Deals. This wasn’t regular shopping, this is deal shopping.”

Along with the three ladies, fellow Mean Girls star Rajiv Surendra (who played Kevin Gnapoor) tells his son, Kevin Jr., the same advice he gave in the original film. “Don’t let the haters stop you from doing your thing.”

Daniel Franzese, who played Damian, also appeared along with Missy Elliott, who plays the gym teacher. After using the catchphrase, “word vomit,” Lohan declares, “While Girl World is at peace, deal world was just getting started.” 

One Mean Girls star who was noticeably missing from the group was Rachel McAdams. 

Walmart Black Friday deals start on November 8th.

Lindsay Lohan Says There’s One ‘Mean Girls’ Quote That People Use to Prank Her 

During an appearance on Good Morning America in November 2022, Lindsay Lohan revealed the one Mean Girls quote that people use to prank her (it’s not fetch).

“I get the ‘Lindsay, what day is it?’ And then I always fall for it,” Lohan shared. “It’s October 3rd, like, they have to do it to me every time!”

Also speaking about taking a 10-year break from her acting career, the Mean Girl star said doing Netflix’s Falling For Christmas movie felt so different for her. “It feels different because I took almost a decade off of being on set. When I came back on to set this time, it felt refreshingly exciting again, which I really needed. I wanted to get to the point where I was craving being on set to really be there.”

Lohan also talks about the Mean Girls reference in the Netflix movie. The re-recording of a full-length Jingle Bell Rock. “It wasn’t really supposed to happen like that, it was just a conversation. I was like, ‘Oh, this would be fun if we did the Mean Girls song.’ And after the movie was finally done editing, they were like, ‘But you promised you’d do the song!’ And I was like, ‘Okay, let’s do it!’”