Rachel McAdams, the iconic Regina George from “Mean Girls,” made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live (SNL) to introduce Reneé Rapp, who portrays Regina in the 2024 musical remake. The unexpected cameo added an exciting twist to the show, featuring Rapp’s performance of “Not My Fault” alongside Megan Thee Stallion.
Rachel McAdams SNL cameo adds a thrilling twist to the “Mean Girls” saga. Introducing Reneé Rapp and joining Megan Thee Stallion on stage, McAdams surprises fans with a night of laughter and nostalgia
From Regina George to Regina 2.0: Rachel McAdams Shakes Up ‘SNL’
In a delightful twist, Rachel McAdams, best known for her role as Regina George in the 2004 hit movie “Mean Girls,” surprised fans with a special appearance on the January 20 episode of Saturday Night Live (SNL). McAdams took the stage to introduce musical guest Reneé Rapp, who steps into the shoes of Regina in the 2024 musical remake.
Reneé Rapp’s Show-Stopping Performance with Megan Thee Stallion
Met with thunderous applause, Rapp’s performance of “Not My Fault” showcased her musical talents, leaving the audience in awe. The surprise factor soared as Megan Thee Stallion joined Rapp on stage, adding an extra layer of star power to the musical extravaganza.
Rachel McAdams Returns as Natalie Partman in Hilarious Sketch
Following the musical performance, McAdams made a comedic return to the stage, portraying Natalie Partman. In the sketch, Natalie Partman is an actor struggling to land roles because of her uncanny resemblance to Rachel McAdams. The witty sketch added a humorous touch to the evening’s entertainment.
McAdams’ Rare ‘Mean Girls’ Reunion and Film Insights
While McAdams hasn’t been part of recent “Mean Girls” events, her surprise SNL appearance brought back fond memories for fans. The original film, starring Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert, saw a recent reunion in a Walmart commercial. McAdams, however, did not participate.
In a recent Variety interview, McAdams expressed excitement about the remake and shared insights into her decision not to join the reunion commercial. Despite not being part of the recent events, her unexpected SNL cameo added a delightful chapter to the ongoing “Mean Girls” legacy.