Tina Fey Plays “Friendzee” with Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show, Guesses Famous Friends

New York, NY – Tina Fey, the renowned actress and comedian, recently appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote the new Mean Girls musical movie. During her appearance, Fallon challenged Fey to a game called “Friendzee,” where they had to guess the names of mutual acquaintances by asking random and “not helpful” questions. The game gave them an opportunity to showcase their connections with famous people.

In the game, Fey successfully guessed the first friend, Rachel Dratch, after Fallon described what kind of breakfast cereal she would be and what kind of hat she would wear. Other friends discussed during the game included Fred Armisen, Tracy Morgan, and Robert De Niro, whom Fey affectionately refers to as Bobby.

Apart from the game, Fey also discussed the process of adapting the Broadway version of Mean Girls into a new movie. She mentioned touring with Amy Poehler and shared her excitement about the upcoming release of the Mean Girls musical movie.

Mean Girls, starring Reneé Rapp as Regina George, Angourie Rice as Cady Heron, and Auli’i Cravalho as Janis ‘Imi’ike, is set to release tomorrow. Rapp, who previously starred in Mean Girls: The Musical on Broadway, will be reprising her role in the movie. The cast also includes Christopher Briney and Jaquel Spivey, as well as Jenna Fischer, Busy Philipps, and Jon Hamm. Fey and Tim Meadows will also be reprising their roles from the original Mean Girls movie.

In conclusion, Tina Fey’s appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon not only provided entertainment through the game “Friendzee,” but also offered insights about the process of adapting Mean Girls from Broadway to the big screen. With the highly anticipated release of the Mean Girls musical movie, fans can look forward to seeing familiar faces alongside new cast members in this iconic coming-of-age story.