Two weeks after Lindsay Lohan bumped into her Mean Girls costar Daniel Franzese in New York City, the actors reunited a second time on Thursday. On this occasion, the actors were joined by another one of the 2004 movie's stars: Rajiv Surendra, who played a rapping mathlete named Kevin Gnapoor.
Lohan, 27, shared a picture on Instagram and quoted Chabert's Gretchen Weiners, writing, "#youcantsitwithus."
Franzese posted the same picture online and wrote, "North Shore Reunion continues!" The 35-year-old actor then gave another Mean Girls star a shout-out, writing, "#ImissLizzyCaplan." He also added a second photo of the snowy weather and wrote, "Braving the polar vortex with @lindsaylohan."
According to Mean Girls director Mark Waters, Surendra was a last-minute choice to play Kevin G. "It's funny, the part was actually supposed to be 'Kevin Ngor,' a Korean math nerd, but we couldn't find an Asian actor in Toronto who was good enough to play him," the filmmakers recently told Vulture. "And then this Sri Lankan kid comes in and does it, and we were like, 'Okay, we're gonna rewrite it. He's Kevin Gnapoor now!' The character's great, because a small guy acting big is always funny."
Tina Fey wrote the screenplay, but it was her friend Amy Poehler who wrote Kevin G's infamous rap. "Amy definitely coached him on how to do the rap," Waters said of the Parks and Recreation star, who played Regina's flighty mom. "She actually gave him some of the moves and choreography for it."