John M. Becker

This 'Mean Girls' Parody Will Make Your Morning

Filed By John M. Becker | January 08, 2014 10:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: anniversary, Mean Girls, parody, Todrick Hall, tribute

Everyone knows that Mean Girls is one of the best and most quotable movies ever made. But you may not know that -- prepare to feel very old, Millennials -- this year marks the tenth anniversary of the Tina Fey/Lindsay Lohan cult classic.

To celebrate, gay YouTube star and former American Idol semifinalist Todrick Hall swapped out girls for guys, added a whole lot of glitter, and created "Mean Boyz," a fabulously gay 5-minute tribute to the beloved film co-starring model Colby Melvin and Chris "Leave Britney Alone!" Crocker. From the Burn Book (well, the "Shade Book") to meeting Aaron Samuels to Regina (Reggie) George's trying-too-hard mom, it's all there.

If you're a Mean Girls fan, as I am (seriously, you don't even know), you'll love this fun video. It's totally fetch.


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