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‘Mean Girls’ cast recently shared behind-the-scene secrets

The 2004 American teen comedy film ‘Mean Girls’ cast recently shared behind-the-scene secrets of the movie during their reunion after 10 years.

The team included Lindsay Lohan, Tina Fey, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert, who recently reunited for the Entertainment Weekly’s Reunion Issue, Us magazine reported.

Seyfried said that Chabert was an angel, as she made the experience very safe the actress, who was a newcomer back then.

While Fey recalled that Lohan, who was feuding with the fellow Disney star, Hilary Duff, at the time, tried to explain the case to Amy Poehler but they were having hard time following the situation.

‘The Parent Trap’ actress, who was 17-year-old at that time, was also on a mission to find pink Uggs because she had a pink pleated skirt in the scene where she falls into the garbage can and according to her she did that because she was a “method actor.”

It turns out she also feuded with director Mark Waters after landing the role of Cady Heron as opposed to Regina George. And McAdams, meanwhile, said she wanted to originally play Cady. (ANI)


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