We might not be getting 'Mean Girls 2' anytime soon, but there's another avenue the stars of the pop culture phenomenon might venture into.

'Mean Girls' on Broadway with the original cast would be totally fetch, right? And no, we can't take the credit for coming up with that idea, because it's the brainchild of Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Seyfried.

The stars of the 2004 hit film has a reunion of sorts this past week, with Seyfried jumping at the opportunity to interview her former co-star for Interview Magazine.

With her new Christmas Netflix film on the streaming service, 'Falling for Christmas', Lohan is officially back in Hollywood. She's even filmed an Irish romantic comedy, which is set for release on Netflix at some point in 2023. And so, when the pair got together, they naturally talked about Lohan's return to the spotlight. Lohan said it had been "years" since she stepped onto a film set, but she wanted to return "with something that every age range could watch".

Naturally, it didn't take long for the pair to bring up the teen film to end all teen films - 'Mean Girls'. Having played Cady and Karen nearly 20 years ago, Lohan joked that "people still see us as teenagers" even though both are aged 36.

Seyfried, whose first film role was as our favourite airhead Karen in 'Mean Girls', joked that she used to hate the throwback to the film, but now she embraces it. She said: "Ten years ago I used to be like, 'Yeah, yeah, I was Karen in 'Mean Girls', for fuck’s sake.' Now I’m like, 'I was Karen in 'Mean Girls'!' I’m very proud of it."

And on the subject of 'Mean Girls 2' - don't hold your breath just yet. Talk of a sequel film has been on everyone's lips for a number of years, but for now, it doesn't appear to be in the pipeline. However, Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Seyfried would both be up for appearing in the production of 'Mean Girls' on Broadway, however brief their run might be.

Seyfried said: "I would kill just to do one week, all of us playing our own roles on 'Mean Girls' on Broadway; to which Lohan replied: "That would be really fun."

You go, Tina Fey, make it happen.

Via Interview Magazine.