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“She’s a self-absorbed white bitch with millions of dollars for doing absolutely nothing!!!”

You can’t really argue that point, can you? While it’s easy to hate on the Kardashian clan (guilty as charged), I have to give Kendall Jenner some credit. The 19-year-old model is a hustler. In her first year on the modeling circuit, she’s booked major runway shows, high-profile editorials and prestigious endorsement deals with Estee Lauder and Givenchy.

Yes, you can argue she had a foot in the door thanks to her booty-baring half-sister but that can only get you so far. It appears she’s taking her profession seriously. She’s won this hater over. But trust when I say, Kim will never be so lucky ;)

For the rest of her haters, who knows if she can turn them around? Jenner addresses some of the hateful things written about her on social media for Dazed magazine. She writes them down in her burn book for the Mean Girls-inspired video. She even quotes some of the film’s most iconic lines, including “I hear she does car commercials in Japan. I hear she made out with a hot dog.” Check it out below.

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Now, this FETCH!!! Tina Fey reunites with her Mean Girls to pose for several epic photos for Entertainment Weekly’s annual Reunions issue. Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, Lindsay Lohan and Fey all look stunning in their coordinated gold and champagne gowns. When asked about a potential sequel to the cult favorite, the 30 Rock actress said the following:

“At the time we did want to start the conversation about the sequel, and for whatever reason I was like, “No!!! We shouldn’t do that!” Now I look back and I’m like, “Why?” But now, no—it’s too late now.”

As fabulous as their reunion is, the publication also snagged several other impressive reunions. With an all-female Ghostbusters flick in the works, the original stars Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Dan Aykroyd, Ivan Reitman, Ernie Hudson, and Annie Potts also talked about old times. The men of Monty Python, ladies of Sisters (love that show), The Fabulous Baker Boys, Little House On The Prairie, Napoleon Dynamite and Sports Night also walked down memory lane. Check out some of the photos below.

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I’m sure plenty of you slutty hookers out there can relate to this. Ever have a trick spend the night and overstay their welcome? If you answered ‘yes’, you’ll definitely want to check this out.

Daniel Franzese of Mean Girls Damian fame filmed a spoof using Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me” as inspiration. Titled “Please Go Home,” the parody tells the tale of a one-night stand gone wrong. Members of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and Adrian Anchondo (“Dunkin Love“) are also featured in the clip. Check it out below.

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It’s October 3rd, Happy Mean Girls Day!!!

In: Donovan, Music

I’m not sure if an actual Mean Girls day exists, but if there was, today would be it. If you’ve seen the film as many times as most gays have, you know October 3 is the day Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett) asked Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) what date it was. It’s one of the memorable lines from the extremely quotable comedy.

Check out the scene below to refresh your memory. And as an aside, don’t you think Aaron Samuels, in fact, does look better with his hair pushed back? Be sure to catch and vote for Bennett on the current season of Dancing With The Stars.

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Mean Girls Star Joins Looking’s Second Season

In: Donovan, TV Shows
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As Gretchen Wieners would say, “This is so FETCH!!!.”

Daniel Franzese who played too-gay-to-function Damian in 2004′s Mean Girls is heading to San Francisco. The 36-year-old joins Looking for its second season.

The Hollywood Reporter reports he’ll have a multi-episode arc on the HBO series. His character Eddie who works in the San Fran non-profit community will be a new love interest. For whom, that hasn’t been disclosed yet.

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You go, Glen Coco Daniel Franzese.

The actor who’s best known for playing Damian in Mean Girls publicly came out this week. Franzese did so by publishing a letter on Indiewire addressed to his Mean Girls alter ego.

In the letter, Daniel talks about being terrified to accept the role of Damian for fear of being typecast. He reveals that he remained celibate and closeted for a year and a half after the film hit theaters. “I even brought a girl to the ‘Mean Girls’ premiere and kissed her on the red carpet, making her my unwitting beard,” he writes.

Ten years later, he’s embraced his breakout role, acknowledging the character has become a role model for him. With that being said, don’t ever tell him he’s too gay too function. Only Janis Ian can do that ;) Check out an excerpt of the letter below.

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The only thing missing from this mini-reunion is Janis Ian. Someone forgot to give Lizzy Caplan a call. Maybe she was too busy showing off her lesssssssbian paintings at an art show.

On Wednesday, Lindsay Lohan and Daniel Franzese meet up in New York City to reminisce and catch up. Daniel who? You may not know his real name but you’re definitely familiar with his Mean Girls alter ego. He was Lohan’s too-gay-too-function BFF Damian in the seminal teen flick. I wonder if the two met up specifically because Mean Girls is celebrating its tenth anniversary of release this year.

Whatever the reason, seeing a pic of the two of them together makes me yearn for a full-out reunion of The Plastics and all their minions. Check out the Instagram picture Lohan took of them together below. She included the following caption, “@whatsupdanny #soquiche #werknyc ♥”

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Based on the amount of videos out there, it’s clear plenty of people love cats. Using that same logic, the same can be said for the seminal high school flick, Mean Girls. Imagine the magic that happens when you put them together. You get this amusing parody using adorable felines in lieu of Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert.

Catty just moved, and she has to quickly learn how to survive in her new jungle- high school. The clip hilariously substitutes iconic lines from the movie with cat-inspired dialogue. For instance, one time Grumpy Cat told Regina George she was pretty. Another time, Regina slapped someone with her paw and it was… awesome! Did you also know her favorite movie was Air Bud? LOL. Check out other gems below.

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