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The latest installment of the “Mean Girls” franchise has made headlines for incorporating a digital element into the storyline. Specifically, the film features a scene where Cady Heron takes down Regina George with the help of famous TikTokkers commenting on a viral mishap at the winter talent show. One notable commentator is Megan Thee Stallion, who also collaborated on the soundtrack with a song titled “Not My Fault” featuring Reneé Rapp.

Initially, the scene included a line referencing Cady as a “Y2K fire crotch,” but in a recent update, this phrase was removed and replaced with Megan Thee Stallion laughing instead. The change was first reported by Kristin Maldonado of Pop Culture Planet on Twitter.

The decision to alter the line came after Lindsay Lohan, who makes a cameo in the film as the Mathletes tournament host, expressed disappointment upon hearing it at the premiere earlier this year. Lohan, who flew in from Dubai where she has been living since 2014, was reportedly not pleased with the reference. Paramount acted swiftly to make the adjustment for the digital release, but it remains unclear if the change will also be reflected in the physical release scheduled for April 30, 2024.

In other news, Lindsay Lohan’s upcoming romantic-comedy film, “Irish Wish,” is set to premiere on Netflix on March 15, 2024. Stay tuned for more updates on these exciting developments in the world of entertainment.

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