Rachel McAdams, the main bully from the 2004 cult classic Mean Girls delighted fans with an unexpected appearance on the January 20 episode of Saturday Night Live.
Her special appearance was dedicated to introducing musical guest Reneé Rapp, who portrayed the modern Regina George in the 2024 musical adaptation of Mean Girls.
As McAdams announced Rapps's name, the audience erupted in applause setting the stage for her rendition of Not My Fault.
The musical guest, who also wrote this song for the movie, was joined on stage by none other than Meghan Thee stallion.
Later in the show, McAdams returned before the camera to do a sketch. In the segment, she humorously played the role of Natalie Partman.
Partman was an aspiring actress struggling to secure roles, both due to her name, bearing a striking resemblance to a Hollywood star, and an uncanny facial resemblance to Rachel McAdams.
In a humorous turn of events, when host Jacob Elordi entered the sketch as a seasoned actor to advise the emerging talents, he was taken aback to discover McAdams' presence.
Expressing his admiration, Elordi enthusiastically shared what a big fan he was. In response, the "struggling actor" retorted, "I am not Rachel McAdams."
The surprise appearance by The Notebook star brought an extra layer of excitement, especially considering her absence from recent Mean Girls events.
The original film's cast, including Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert, recently reunited for a Walmart commercial.
Notably, Lohan also made a cameo appearance at the New York City premiere of the Mean Girls remake, adding to the nostalgic reunion.