Following Lindsay Lohan Controversy, The Mean Girls Musical Has Been Altered For Its Digital Release

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From the moment the musical version of Mean Girls was announced, it was making headlines. From the official casting announcement to the news that some songs from the stage musical would be cut from the soundtrack, the movie couldn’t do anything without being talked about. Things died down for a minute after all the OG fans aired their thoughts when it first hit theaters, but now that it’s being released digitally, it’s once against making headlines – this time because a portion of the movie has been altered. 

There’s no need to have a Regina George-level meltdown though, because according to Variety, the change is only affecting one, small joke that’s not even said by any of the major cast members. Instead, it’s a line from Megan Thee Stallion (playing herself), who makes a cut joke in a video showing support for Cady (Angourie Rice). In the theatrically released version of Mean Girls, she says,

We are going back red. Y2K fire crotch is back.

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