Lindsay Lohan thanks fans for donating to Vegas shooting victims

Olivia Morris

Some of the Mean Girls cast recently reunited on October 3rd (the best line from a film ever) to raise money for the victims of the Las Vegas shooting.

Unfortunately Cady aka Lindsay Lohan aka LiLo was noticeably absent from that video.

The cast of Mean girls have been reunited. Source: Paramount Pictures

But not to worry she, along with Kevin G (Rajiv Surendra) and Janis Ian (Lizzy Caplan), reunited in a separate video posted on Wednesday to “join the fight”.

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In the video Lindsay thanks fans for donating to their Mean Girls GoFundMe campaign.

“Hey everyone, thank you for donating and happy Mean Girls Day,” she says in the short clip.

“That was so fetch of you,” she adds using a classic line from the movie with a cheeky wink and kiss.

Kevin G also thanks fans for donating but encourages more to donate to reach their target of $300,000 USD.

The incentive? He raps the infamous mathletes rap. Amazing.

You go, Kevin G. Source: YouTube / GoFundMe

Lizzy Caplan who plays Janis also makes an appearance saying: “Please give to this cause. Be a generous person, you know? Don’t be a typical selfish backstabbing sl*t-face hoe bag.”

Lizzy Caplan channels just a hint of her inner Janis in the video. Source: YouTube / GoFundMe

Jonathan Bennett who played the dreamy Aaron Samuels teamed up with co-stars Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert and Daniel Franzese for a special video on, you guessed it, October 3rd (US time), otherwise known as Mean Girls Day, letting fans know about the GoFundMe page they have set up in an effort to raise money for the victims.

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Still no sign of the Queen of the Plastics, Regina George aka Rachel McAdams, in either of the videos.

That would just make this reunion complete.

Regina totally needs to come back, too. Source: Paramount Pictures

After Sunday's tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas, the cast of the 2004 flick have banded together in an effort to help raise funds for the victims of the attack that left 59 dead and over 500 injured after a gunman opened fire at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival.

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