Lindsay Lohan reflects on the recent virtual reunion with the cast of Mean ...

Lindsay Lohan reflected fondly on the highly-anticipated virtual reunion with her former Mean Girls costars in October, hosted by journalist Katie Couric.

During an episode of her mother's podcast Listen to Me, The OG Mama D Podcast With Dina Lohan And Chanel Omari, the 34-year-old spoke of reuniting with Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert and the film's writer Tina Fey. 

After surprising fans of the 2004 hit teen comedy by recreating the iconic four-way phone call scene, the star gushed at the idea of reprising her role as Cady Heron. 

Happier than ever: Lindsay Lohan reflected fondly on the highly-anticipated virtual reunion with her former Mean Girls costars in October, hosted by journalist Katie Couric

Happier than ever: Lindsay Lohan reflected fondly on the highly-anticipated virtual reunion with her former Mean Girls costars in October, hosted by journalist Katie Couric

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Addressing the sequel rumors, Lohan said: 'Oh, I mean, I know that they're gonna do something, but I just don't know exactly what yet and it would be an honor to be a part of it, obviously.'

'It was really fun to do you know the catching up all together the reunion because it felt like - and they didn't air part of this - but it felt like it was, we had all just seen each other the day before,' she noted. 

Lindsay said: 'It still feels like we know each other so well 'cause we spent so much time with each other and we discussed how it's been working with each other that it's been, you know, so continuous over the years that it feels like we're all still good friends, which was really nice, to catch up with everyone. So that was really fun.'

Sequel hopes: During an episode of her mother's podcast Listen to Me, The OG Mama D Podcast With Dina Lohan And Chanel Omari , the 34-year-old spoke of reuniting with Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert and the film's writer Tina Fey

Sequel hopes: During an episode of her mother's podcast Listen to Me, The OG Mama D Podcast With Dina Lohan And Chanel Omari , the 34-year-old spoke of reuniting with Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert and the film's writer Tina Fey

Having a ball: During her new podcast interview Lindsay also had warm words for her Zoom reunion with her Mean Girls co-stars last month hosted by Katie Couric

Having a ball: During her new podcast interview Lindsay also had warm words for her Zoom reunion with her Mean Girls co-stars last month hosted by Katie Couric

Later in the interview, she opened up about her Broadway ambitions, after doing a play, called Speed-The-Plow, in the West End in London, back in 2014. 

'Yeah, I would definitely consider Broadway,' she revealed, before saying her production of Speed-The-Plow was almost brought to Broadway or off-Broadway. 

The star added: 'I'm not sure what happened with it, but I would definitely do Broadway.' 

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Grateful: Addressing the sequel rumors, Lohan said: 'Oh, I mean, I know that they're gonna do something, but I just don't know exactly what yet and it would be an honor to be a part of it, obviously'

Grateful: Addressing the sequel rumors, Lohan said: 'Oh, I mean, I know that they're gonna do something, but I just don't know exactly what yet and it would be an honor to be a part of it, obviously'

Lindsay, who rose to fame as a child star, shared: 'I love, you know - my mom always told me, triple threat, sing-dance-act!'

Speed-The-Plow is a send-up of by David Mamet that originally ran on Broadway in 1988 with Madonna in the role of Karen. 

The Independent called her performance 'a deftly delineated characterization' and the Guardian noted her 'quality of breathless naivety that is far and away the most interesting thing in Lindsay Posner’s otherwise tame, under-powered revival.'

'Yeah, I would definitely consider Broadway': 'I mean I did a play, Speed-The-Plow in the West End in London,' she recalled; she is pictured at the show's press night in 2014

'Yeah, I would definitely consider Broadway': 'I mean I did a play, Speed-The-Plow in the West End in London,' she recalled; she is pictured at

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