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Lindsay Lohan hints at 'Mean Girls' reunion

Posted by Rachel Raczka  March 7, 2014 01:38 PM

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LaLohan went on "The Tonight Show" Thursday night to plug her upcoming reality series on OWN, premiering this Sunday. While the primary takeaway of her appearance was how healthy and happy she seems/looks, the internet is now abuzz with the rumor that a "Mean Girls" reunion is in the works.

Host Jimmy Fallon noted that the cult flick is coming up on its 10-year anniversary next month and the 27-year-old actress hinted that a Cady Heron comeback may be in order.

"When I was backstage I saw Tina [Fey], and she mentioned maybe doing some sort of reunion," said Lohan.

"That would be great if you did a reunion," said Fallon. "Would you be down? Would you do it?"

Lohan said "yeah" and noted that Fey said she was already talking to "Mean Girls" producer and "Saturday Night Live" head honcho Lorne Michaels about it. "The big boss," she added.

Fey wrote and appeared in the 2004 comedy, starring Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert as cliche high school girl girls club, the Plastics.

No confirmations have been made, but Lohan spoke on our behalf, "Tina, this is important. This needs to happen."

News of Lohan rallying for the return of "Mean Girls" isn't new: she posted an Instagram photo with actors Daniel Franzese (Damian) and Rajiv Surendra (Kevin G) just a few weeks back, with hashtag, #youcantsitwithus.

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[h/t GQ.com]

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