Tina Fey Celebrates Mean Girls Day By Handing Out Free Cheese Fries

Mean Girls

Mean Girls

How fetch! In honor of "Mean Girls" Day - a.k.a. October 3, the date that Cady (Lindsay Lohan) helpfully supplies to Aaron (Jonathan Bennett) in the 2004 flick - Tina Fey passed out free cheese fries to fans. Happy Mean Girls Day to all our fans. The actors recorded messages that were posted on Seyfried's Instagram account and a YouTube video featured on the GoFundMe page. The main idea is to raise money for the victims and provide them all the possible assistance.

Google Launches Home Max and Home Mini Smart Speakers
Google also souped up the already highly rated camera on the Pixel, boasting that it will take even better photos than the iPhone. Priced at $49 in the USA , the device is already up for pre-orders in the country and will be made available starting October 19.

Fans of the cult movie use this day to celebrate the movie and it's iconic one liners. We're disappointed we couldn't sit with them ourselves, but we're looking forward to the show's debut anyway. We want to turn the attention to those who need it.

Amid shared fears, Erdogan, Rouhani unite against Kurdish independence
Erdogan is also scheduled to meet Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei during his visit to the country. Mr Erdogan said on Saturday that Iraqi Kurdistan "will pay a price" for the "unacceptable" referendum.

Cast members of the 2004 flick, whose musical adaptation premieres October 31 in Washington, D.C., joined together Tuesday to launch a GoFundMe campaign for the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas. In this case, all of the funds collected in the "Mean Girls" campaign will go to families impacted by Sunday night's tragedy in Las Vegas. We've started a "GoFundMe" page and a hundred ideal of the proceeds will go to the National Compassion Fund.

Asda 'calls in' support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
All you need to do is wear something pink, or hold a pink event at home, work or school, and make a donation to Breast Cancer Now. Anyone can take part in wear it pink, which brings together schools, workplaces and communities.

As International Business Times quotes, this is the only campaign that has been taken up by any celebrity in response to Las Vegas shooting.

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