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Lacey Chabert Had “So Much Fun” With Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried at Mean Girls Reunion — But What About Lindsay Lohan?

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Lacey Chabert told Us Weekly that she had "so much fun" reconnecting with Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried at their Mean Girls reunion last fall. 

On Wednesdays, they still wear pink! Lacey Chabert revealed to Us Weekly at Hallmark’s TCAs gala on Thursday, Jan. 8, that she still keeps in touch with her Mean Girls costars Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried — but failed to mention Lindsay Lohan.

The All of My Heart actress, 32, told Us that she had “so much fun” reuniting last fall with Tina Fey and The Plastics for Entertainment Weekly‘s Reunions issue.

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“Rachel, Amanda, and I getting together — it was so lovely to reconnect again,” said Chabert (incidentally leaving out the name of the film’s leading actress). “We email and text.”

Chabert, who played ditzy Toaster Strudel heiress Gretchen Wiener in the flick, said the reunion allowed the girls to pick up their decade-long friendship from where it left off. “After the shoot, it was like we got back together again,” she shared with Us. “So we decided to catch up on each other’s lives.”

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Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert in 2004’s “Mean Girls”

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In 2003, the girls (minus established Disney star Lohan) were relative newcomers in Hollywood. “It was terrifying,” Seyfried said to EW in its Reunions issue. “I don’t know what I would have done without Lacey Chabert. She was my angel. She took me in, and we’d hang out in her trailer and listen to Dido… Lacey taught me how to make pecan pie. She made my experience so magical and so safe for me.”

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Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried in 2004’s “Mean Girls”

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These days, Chabert will star in a TV movie called All of My Heart, which airs on the Hallmark Channel on Valentine’s Day. “I play a woman who moves into a house and I meet a guy,” she told Us. “The movie goes to prove that opposite attract. It was so much fun!”

Despite her new project, Chabert is still holding on to one tidbit from Mean Girls. “I think Fetch is going to happen,” she joked to Us. “The fact that people are still talking about the movie 10 years later means that it’s going to happen.”

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