Fans Disappointed as Rachel McAdams Skips “Mean Girls” Reunion


The highly estimated reunion of the Mean Girls cast for a recent Walmart commercial left fans excited, but one notable absence raised questions. Rachel McAdams, renowned for her portrayal of the iconic Regina George, was conspicuously missing from the gathering.

The reunion featured Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert, who formed the core girl gang in the beloved 2004 teen comedy. They came together for a special Walmart commercial that debuted on Black Friday, offering a delightful blast from the past for fans.

According to an insider who shared details with Page Six, Rachel McAdams chose not to participate in the commercial. It’s worth noting that all the main cast members, including McAdams, received the offer, but ultimately, only three of them agreed to take part in the project.


Despite Rachel’s absence, the cast managed to create an enjoyable and memorable reunion. The insider commented, “It was definitely a loss not having Rachel there, but they had a great time talking about being moms.”

The TV commercial, released nine years after the original high-school film made its debut in theaters, was a treat for fans. It cleverly incorporated several iconic zingers and references from the movie, such as the classic line, “On Wednesdays we wear pink, but now we shop Walmart Black Friday deals,” delivered by Lindsay Lohan in a voiceover.

Moreover, the commercial paid homage to some of the film’s most famous scenes, including a re-enactment of the Christmas performance of “Jingle Bell Rock” and Amanda Seyfried reprising her role as the somewhat clueless weather reporter, Karen Smith.

While Rachel McAdams’ absence might have disappointed some fans, the Walmart commercial successfully brought back the spirit of Mean Girls and the beloved characters that made the film a classic. It served as a delightful reminder of the enduring popularity of teen comedy, even years after its initial release.

Ammara Ahmed

Ammara Ahmed

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