Would Lindsay Lohan like to step back into Cady Herron’s shoes again?
The actress and reality star thinks a “Mean Girls” reunion would be so fetch.
Lohan, who had a leading role in the brilliant 2004 comedy, chatted with David Spade virtually on his “Lights Out with David Spade” about the possibility of a reunion.
The 33-year-old star said it would be an “exciting” experience to make another film.
"I think that I was hanging onto that for a really long idea," she said. "I kind of wanted to come back with like a Mean Girls 2, with the same cast and work with Tina [Fey] and the whole crew again and [director] Mark Waters."
"And that was really what I wanted, I was really excited to do that," she added.
However, Lohan noted that while she’s on board, it’s out of her control: "And that's all in their hands really."
In addition to Lohan, the remaining members of "The Plastics," Rachel McAdams as Regina George, Amanda Seyfried as Karen Smith, and Lacey Chabert as Gretchen Weiners, would need to get on-board.
To this day, “Mean Girls” remains a cult film thanks to its resonating theme, quirky characters, and quotable lines.
It inspired the longstanding and equally as successful Broadway musical of the same name, which is expanding its run to Europe in the coming months.
The production has also inspired a movie adaptation from Paramount Pictures.
While the original cast is not involved in any of the Broadway productions, Fey, who wrote the original screenplay and starred in the film as Mrs. Norbury, will also pen the script, in addition to serving as producer alongside “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels.
"I'm very excited to bring Mean Girls back to the big screen. It's been incredibly gratifying to see how much the movie and the musical have meant to audiences,” she said in a statement in January.
As for Lohan, she's making her way back to music after releasing a comeback single titled, “Back To Me,” on April 3.
The song - which is all about leaving her troubled past behind and giving her life a fresh start - is set to a club-ready beat.