Alicia Silverstone Posts Hilariously Dark ‘Clueless’ And ‘Mean Girls’ Mashup

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Uh, really should she publish them a notice?

“Cluelessstar Alicia Silverstone posted a intelligent mashup online video that brings together “Mean Girls” and her hit 1995 rom-com on social media Sunday. 

“Oops! My terrible,” Silverstone captioned the movie on Twitter.

The movie reimagines Silverstone’s “Clueless” character, Cher, becoming the human being liable for jogging into Regina George (Rachel McAdams) of “Mean Girls” with her motor vehicle, as an alternative of a velocity-happy bus driver. In accordance to the mashup, Cher appears to strike Regina — as a substitute of a parked car — all through her unsuccessful driving exam. 

But can you seriously blame Cher? You consider driving in platforms! 

The online video also coincides with “Mean Girls Working day” — Oct. 3 — which is a reference to a vital scene in the 2004 Tina Fey comedy.

In the scene, Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) and her crush Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett) are observed having an interaction in math class. Aaron turns all around and asks Cady what working day it is. In a voiceover, Cady recalls: “With Regina’s blessing, I started talking to Aaron additional and more. On Oct 3rd, he requested me what working day it was. ”

And Oct. 3 has been a matter — just like donning pink on Wednesdays — ever since.

Fey even handed out cheese fries on that date once to celebrate the event.

This calendar year, Lohan celebrated Oct. 3 with a screenshot of the scene on Instagram. 

“It’s October 3,” Lohan wrote.

Silverstone still left a comment on Lohan’s post in the kind of a laughing-crying encounter emoji and a heart. 

It’s awesome to know that a virgin who can not travel can nonetheless have fetch style in teen flicks.

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