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Friday
Mar072014

Lindsay Lohan Hints at Possible "Mean Girls" Reunion

Lloyd Bishop/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Lindsay Lohan says there could be a Mean Girls reunion in the works.

During an appearance Thursday on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Lohan said she learned about a possible 10-year anniversary reunion for the hit film from the movie's screenwriter Tina Fey last month when they were both backstage waiting to make their cameo appearances on Fallon's debut as the host of the Tonight Show.

Lohan said Fey told her she was "talking to [producer] Lorne [Michaels] about it." Lohan added she'd be in if "the big boss" gave it the go-ahead.

The 2004 high school clique drama starred Lohan, Fey and Rachel McAdams.

Lohan was on The Tonight Show to plug Sunday's premiere of Lindsay, her new docu-series on Oprah Winfrey's OWN channel. Lohan admitted she was a little rattled when the clip that was released to promote the show was the one in which Winfrey scolded the actress, telling her she has to "drop the bullsh**."

Lohan explained, "It's very clear...it's a television show and they want ratings, obviously that needs to happen...so...they picked the first two months that I was out of treatment...of course they take the chaos of me moving eight years of my life from L.A. back to the city of New York, which was really scary...So it's like, 'Oprah reprimands Lindsay and she says the word bullsh**!'"

Lohan says that despite the apparent drama, Winfrey has remained a close friend and counselor -- one so treasured that Lohan saves her voicemails to play for people.

After the chat, Lohan sat down to play Water War with Fallon. The game operates like the card game War, but every losing hand is punished by the victor throwing cold water in the loser's face. Lohan lost the first hand, and gamely took Fallon's glass of water in the face. She then won the subsequent hands, soaking the host repeatedly before she blasted Fallon in the face with a water cannon.

Lindsay airs Sunday night at 10 p.m. ET on OWN.

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