Paris told Andy that the only reason she let Lindsay in her car was because she didn’t want to humiliate her in front of the paparazzi, saying:
We were all at the Beverly Hills Hotel, at the bungalows at an afterparty and Britney and I wanted to leave to go home and then she [Lindsay] started chasing us… and squeezed into the car. It was literally a two-seater SLR. She just squeezed in and I didn’t want to humiliate her in front of all the paparazzi and be like ‘get out of my car,’ so I was like whatever.
Lindsay rebutted Paris’ claim, saying she has never crashed a party ever:
I’ve never had to crash a party in my life. Just leave it at that.
But, that infamous night was not the only thing Lindsay talked about in the interview, she also talked about Mean Girls and her desire to get a sequel made.
Of course, I would say yes. To come back with a movie like that would be my dream, to be honest, because I haven’t done one in so long. That would be my ultimate.
Lindsay also revealed that she had spoken to the film’s director, Mark Waters, this past week, but did not say whether or not he was interested in directing a possible sequel.
And, of course, this all comes after Rachel McAdams said last week (during a fundraising live-stream) that she would be possibly interested in revisiting the character of Regina George.
Lindsay also said she hopes to talk to Amanda Seyfried and Lacey Chabert to get them onboard.
But, Lindsay admitted that a future Mean Girls sequel really will only happen if Tina Fey is onboard to write it.
So there you have it: Lindsay once again said that she did not party crash Paris and Britney’s night out, and she is doing everything she can to finally get a proper Mean Girls sequel made.