Why is it "news" whenever an actor reveals their sexual preference?

Because the more people are honest about their sexuality, the more it will encourage young teens who fear they are gay not to kill themselves. Also, every time someone comes out, whether famous or not, it has the potential to change people's minds about marriage equality and other gay civil rights issues. Most people in the LGBT movement feel that the reason their fight has advanced so quickly is that homophobic people found out that they DO know a gay person or admire a gay person or are related to a gay person, which can change their political philosophy on gay rights. The "It Gets Better" campaign. http://www.itgetsbetter.org/

Does anyone remember the names of the characters who was in Mean girls?

The movie is about Cady (pronounced as "Kay-dee" ) Heron (played by Lindsay Lohan) who moves to Evanston, Illinois, a Chicago suburb, after being raised in Africa by her zoologist parents. Cady's family moved there after her mother received tenure at Northwestern University. She begins attending North Shore High School, where she meets Damian and Janis. Damian (Daniel Franzese) is "too gay to function," and Janis (Lizzy Caplan) is artistic and somewhat alternative; neither is very popular. Cady is also introduced to the Plastics: Karen Smith (Amanda Seyfried), Gretchen Weiners (Lacey Chabert), and the Queen Bee, Regina George (Rachel McAdams). Unexpectedly, the Plastics invite Cady to sit with them during lunch. Damien and Janis convince Cady to pretend to be friends with the Plastics so that she can report all the horrible things they say. Cady reluctantly agrees. The scheme becomes more personal when Cady develops a crush on senior Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett), Regina's ex-boyfriend. Karen and Gretchen advise that it is against "the rules of feminism" for Cady to date one of her friend's exes. Meanwhile, Cady's calculus teacher, Ms. Norbury (Tina Fey), tries to convince Cady to join the Mathletes. Both Damian and the Plastics dissuade her from this path, calling it "social suicide." As part of Cady's initiation into the Plastics, Regina brings her home to meet her younger sister, who imitates things she sees on TV (scantily-clad dancers and girls flashing their breasts), and her youth-obsessed mother (Amy Poehler). The Plastics also show Cady their "Burn Book," in which they have pasted yearbook pictures of girls in their grade and written mean messages about them. A few weeks later, Aaron invites Cady to a Halloween party. Cady dresses up as a zombie bride (which she calls an "ex-wife") while all the other girls are dressed as Playboy Bunnies. Upon learning that Aaron invited Cady, Regina becomes jealous and convinces him to be her boyfriend again. Cady witnesses them kissing and leaves, turning to Janis and Damian for comfort and an explanation. They concoct a plan to overthrow Regina by eliminating her "technically good physique," her "high-status man candy," and "ignorant band of loyal followers." Cady also engages in several sabotage plans which all backfire. As Christmas approaches, Cady is inspired to use Gretchen Weiners to access all of Regina's secrets. She makes Gretchen think that Regina is mad at her; Gretchen breaks down and begins spilling information. At the school's Christmas talent show, Gretchen nearly ruins the Plastics' dance routine. Furious, Regina snaps at her and Gretchen finally lets slip a secret Cady can use: Regina cheats on Aaron. After winter break, Cady, Janis, and Damian attempt to lure Aaron to the projection room above the auditorium, where it is implied that Regina hooks up with Shane Oman. This plan is unfruitful, though it is revealed that Coach Carr also uses the projection room--to make out with Trang Pak, a student. While Cady convinces Regina to eat Kalteen nutrition bars, which help with weight gain (fattening her up), she also gets closer to Aaron. Her primary method of attraction is making herself seem bad at math so that she can ask Aaron for help. Cady cannot stop herself from telling Aaron that Regina cheats on him, and he breaks up with her. He does not, however, immediately turn to Cady and she finds herself going to even greater lengths to attract his attention. Soon, Regina's reign over the school begins to show cracks while Cady's popularity grows. At the same time, she is failing math and alienating Janis and Damian, though these matters concern her less and less. Cady discovers just how popular she is when the nominees for Spring Fling Queen are nominated: Regina, Gretchen, herself, and Janis, who Damian nominated as a joke. Cady's final act of sabotage mirrors her first three-way call, initiated by Regina. She conspires to have Gretchen and Karen find out what Regina really thinks of them (Gretchen isn't pretty and Karen is a slut), and succeeds. The next day, Gretchen and Karen turn on Regina and expel her from their lunch table. They turn to Cady as their new Queen Bee. However, her newfound power affects her relationships and drives her to act more like Regina than she realizes. She becomes a fully-realized Plastic when she lies to both her friends and her parents in order to host a gathering at her house for Aaron. Janis believes that Cady has to go to Madison to see a performance by Ladysmith Black Mambazo and her parents believe that she is at Janis's art show. The small gathering turns into a large house party. Cady drinks too much in attempt to ease her nerves and ends up vomiting on Aaron after confessing that she lied to get closer to him. He leaves in disgust. Regina shows up and finds out from Shane that the Kalteen bars are causing her alarming weight gain. Damian and Janis arrive later, furious that Cady lied to them. Fed up, Janis finally explodes at Cady and tells her that she is a "mean girl." In the midst of a furious tantrum, Regina places her own picture in the Burn Book and writes her own horrible message. The next day, she brings the book to Principal Duvall (Tim Meadows). As the only girls not in the book are Cady, Karen, and Gretchen, they are summoned to explain themselves. Regina distributes copies of the book's pages throughout the school to sow discord and disgrace Cady. The junior girls explode into a school-wide brawl. The teachers attempt unsuccessfully to break up the fighting; ultimately, Mr. Duvall smashes a fire alarm to set off the sprinklers and orders all junior girls to the gymnasium. Cady arrives in the gym to find herself personally reviled by every other girl in the room. Mr. Duvall attempts to discuss any "lady problems" the junior class might have, but after one misguided girl opines about her wideset vagina, he hands the reins to Ms. Norbury. Ms. Norbury guides the girls in a workshop designed to get them to openly discuss their problems. Every clique has its share of bitchiness and infighting. Finally, the girls are instructed to read aloud their apologies to one other, then give in to a trust fall. Cady cannot bring herself to apologize without admitting that she wrote the whole Burn Book, though she did write a derogatory entry twisting Ms. Norbury's self-description as a "pusher." Seeing Cady balk, Janis moves to the front of the line and describes the year's scheme to destroy Regina. She exults, triumphant over both Cady and Regina, and dives into the trust fall. Regina runs out and Cady follows. Her apologies are rejected; Regina snaps at Cady that at least she does not pretend to be innocent. As her rant begins to heat up, she is hit by a bus. The next day, the police search Ms. Norbury's classroom for drugs on the basis of the Burn Book's entry. Cady feels bad and admits to making up the entry. Cady then decides to "suck all the poison out of her life." She apologizes to Regina, whose spine was badly injured in the accident. She admits to her father that she is failing math; he grounds her. She apologizes to Ms. Norbury and resumes excelling in math. As her own punishment, Ms. Norbury makes Cady attend the Mathlete state finals, which is on the same night as the Spring Fling Dance. At the Mathlete tournament, Cady is selected to break a tie between North Shore and Marymont. As she sizes up her rather ugly opponent, she realizes that making fun of the other girl will not improve her own math skills. She focuses on her own knowledge about the tiebreaker problem and answers correctly, winning the tournament for North Shore. Afterwards, she intends to return home but Ms. Norbury encourages her to go to the Spring Fling. The Mathletes arrive as Mr. Duvall is annoucing Spring Fling Queen. Cady is stunned to her hear own name and goes onstage to receive her tiara. With her newfound insight, she gives a speech concerning the events of the year. She apologize to everyone, snaps her tiara into small pieces, and throws the pieces into the crowd. Cady apologizes more personally to Janis and Damien, who forgive her. Aaron also forgives Cady. They dance and share a kiss. By the start of the next school year Regina's spine has healed. Her physical therapist has taught her to channel all her rage into sports. Gretchen has joined the Vietnamese clique. Karen reports on the weather for the school news. Aaron attends Northwestern, enabling him to continue dating Cady. Janis has found a boyfriend in Kevin Gnapoor, leader of the Mathletes. The cliques are finally at peace. The film ends on a rather ominous note, hinting at a new generation of Plastics in the new freshman class.

what is a good reality movie about teens life in high school?p.s. is it out yet?

Mean Girls summary/plot: Now living in an affluent area of suburban Chicago (Evanston, Illinois), Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) has been raised by her parents in Africa. At age 16, she moves to America to attend public school, after having been home schooled all her life. On the first day, she is surprised by all the rules and restrictions that high school has. She struggles to fit in, but meets two students, Janis Ian (Lizzy Caplan), a rebellious girl, and Damian (Daniel Franzese), her "too-gay-to-function" friend, who decide to show her around and offer her insight into the cliques and hierarchy of the school. One of the groups is known as "The Plastics," a group of popular and superficial girls: Karen Smith (Amanda Seyfried), Gretchen Wieners (Lacey Chabert) and Regina George (Rachel McAdams). Regina is considered the "Queen Bee" of the school and Janis hates her, which Cady later finds out stems from the fact that Regina spread rumors about her sexuality. One day, Cady is invited to sit with The Plastics at lunch in the cafeteria where seating is important and restricted to cliques. Afterwards, Janis and Damian convince Cady to eat lunch with them again, so she can report back to them everything The Plastics say and do. For example, Cady is introduced to "The Burn Book" in which insulting comments are made about the other girls. At the same time, Cady develops a crush on Aaron Samuels (Jonathan Bennett). Gretchen and Karen tell her that Aaron was Regina's ex-boyfriend, and therefore, he is off-limits. Although Gretchen promises to keep Cady's crush a secret, she tells Regina. Devising a plan, Regina offers to help Cady win Aaron. During their calculus class, he invites her to a Halloween party. At the party, Regina finds Aaron and kisses him. Cady is infuriated and decides to leave The Plastics. Janis, however, stops her, convincing Cady to keep hanging out with them so that they can get revenge. Regina wishes to lose a few pounds, but Cady gives her "Kälteen" bars, which are supposed to help someone gain weight. Cady also begins to speak to Aaron once again, pretending that she is horrible at math (when in actuality, she is quite good and is asked to join the Mathletes several times). Finally, Cady is able to manipulate Gretchen and Karen into getting angry at Regina, so that eventually Regina is kicked out of The Plastics. However, Cady has begun to act exactly like Regina, much to Janis' displeasure. As soon as The Plastics kick Regina out of their group, Cady becomes the most popular girl at the school. She throws a small get-together at her house that turns into a huge party. Slightly drunk, Cady tries to make a move on Aaron, but he sees through her, calling her a "clone" of Regina and rejecting her advances. She loses her friendship with Janis and Damian, who now hate her just as much as they hated Regina. Regina discovers that "Kalteen" bars make her put on weight, which has been ruining her life. Regina decides to now ruin Cady's life. Regina gives "The Burn Book" to her principal at school, Mr. Duvall (Tim Meadows), and frames the remaining members of The Plastics for writing it. She first makes numerous photocopies of its pages. Distributing these copies around the whole school, she causes all the girls to turn against each other. Outraged, Mr. Duvall gathers all of the junior girls into the gymnasium for an attitude makeover. Cady's math teacher, Ms. Norbury, is asked to take charge of the workshop. The girls are made to confess the bad things they have done and said about their peers. Janis, still angry at Cady, tells everyone about how Cady, Damian and herself thought up a nasty plan to ruin Regina's life. Regina walks out and Cady attempts to apologize, but Regina refuses to forgive her. Regina is then hit by a school bus. The following day, rumors about Regina's accident start to float around school. One rumor states that Cady pushed Regina in front of the bus, which makes even Cady's own parents distrust her. Cady ends up alone with no friends. She enters math class to discover that her teacher, Ms. Norbury (Tina Fey), has been taken away because of accusations of her being a drug dealer, as stated in the Burn Book. Also in the Burn Book was a page about a coach having an affair with two of his students. It turned out to be true, which forced the school to check each of the book's accusations. Cady decides to step up and admit that she wrote the book (although she only wrote the rumor about Ms. Norbury selling drugs). Ms. Norbury's punishment of Cady is to make her join the Mathletes. Although Cady is grounded by her father for a failing grade in math (since she dumbed herself down to get Aaron's attention), she leaves her house to attend a Mathlete competition. At the same time, the rest of the school prepares for the Spring Fling, a school dance. Cady comes to some realizations about life and manages to win the Mathlete competition in the last minute. Ms. Norbury forgives her. After the competition, the Mathletes attend the Spring Fling, where Cady is announced as Queen of Spring Fling. Cady thinks she doesn't deserve the title after all she has done and breaks her crown into small pieces to give to other students. She then makes amends with The Plastics, Janis, Damian and finally Aaron. The following school year, The Plastics break up, with Gretchen joining the "The Cool Asians," Karen presenting the morning weather announcements (she states that her breasts can detect when it is raining) and Regina taking up lacrosse. Cady is now dating Aaron and has become friends with everyone in her senior class.

mean girls DVD.................?

"God is a DJ" by Alecia Moore, Billy Mann & Jonathan S. Davis Performed by Pink Courtesy of Arista Records, Inc. Under license from BMG Film & Television Music "Pass That Dutch" by Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott, Tim Mosley, David Jolicoeur, Vincent L. Mason, Kelvin Mercer, Paul Huston, Thomas Allen (as Sylvester Allen), Harold Ray I. Brown, , Morris D. Dickerson, Jerry Goldstein, Leroy J. Jordan, Lee Oskar, , Charles W. Miller & Howard Scott Performed by Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing Contains a sample of "Potholes in My Lawn" by Paul Huston, David Jolicoeur, Vincent L. Mason & Kelvin Mercer Performed by De La Soul Courtesy of Tommy Boy Music By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing Contains a sample of "Magic Mountain" by Thomas Allen (as Sylvester Allen), Harold Ray I. Brown, Morris D. Dickerson, Jerry Goldstein, Leroy L. Jordan, Lee Oskar, Charles W. Miller & Howard Scott Performed by Eric Burdon and War Courtesy of Avenue Records/Far Out Productions, Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing "Milkshake" by Chad Hugo & Pharrell Williams Performed by Kelis Courtesy of Arista Records, Inc. Under license from BMG Film & TV Music "Halcyon + On + On" by Paul Hartnoll, Phil Hartnoll & Owain Barton Performed by Orbital Courtesy of London-Sire Records Ltd. By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing Contains a sample from "It's a Fine Day" by Owain Barton Performed by Opus III Courtesy of Warner U.K. Music Ltd. By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing "Built This Way" by Dallas Austin & Samantha Ronson Performed by Samantha Ronson Courtesy of Roc-a-Fella Records, L.L.C. Under license from Universal Music Enterprises "Rip Her to Shreds" by Deborah Harry & Chris Stein Performed by Boomkat Produced by Kellin Manning and Martin Pradler "Operate" by Peaches & Stickey Henderson Performed by Peaches Licensed courtesy of XL Recordings Ltd. (Exclusively licensed from Kitty Yo) "Put 'em Up" by Chad Hugo, Victor Santiago & Pharrell Williams Performed by N.O.R.E. featuring Pharrell Courtesy of Arista Records, Inc. Under license from BMG Film & Television Music N.O.R.E. performs courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group Under license from Universal Music Enterprises Pharrell performs courtesy of Virgin Records America, Inc. "Beautiful" by Linda Perry Performed by Daniel Franzese "Psyche Rock (Fatboy Slim Malpaso Mix)" by Pierre Henry & Michel Colombier Performed by Pierre Henry Courtesy of Universal Music S.A. Division Mercury Under license from Universal Music Enterprises "Love's Theme" by Barry White Performed by Love Unlimited Orchestra Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group Under license from Universal Music Enterprises "Overdrive" by Katy Rose & Kim Bullard Performed by Katy Rose Katy Rose performs courtesy of V2 Records "Run" Written, Performed & Produced by Gabriel Rene "Oh Yeah" Written, Performed & Produced by Gabriel Rene "Hated" by Jeff Richmond Performed by Nikki Cleary Produced by Jeff Richmond & Katreese Barnes Vocal produced by KNS Productions "One Way or Another" by Deborah Harry & Nigel Harrison Performed by Blondie Courtesy of Chrysalis Records Under license from EMI Film & Television Music "The Flying TV Episode" by Fred Mollin "Jason and Dad" by Fred Mollin "The Mathlete Rap" Lyric by Tina Fey Music by Gabriel Rene Produced by Gabriel Rene Performed by Rajiv Surendra "Jingle Bell Rock" by Joe Beal & Jim Boothe Performed by Gina Rene, Gabriel Rene, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert & Amanda Seyfried Produced by Gabriel Rene "At Seventeen" Written & Performed by Janis Ian Courtesy of Columbia Records By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing and Courtesy of Rude Girl Records "Slow" Written & Produced by Gabriel Rene Performed by Gabriel Rene & Gina Rene "Misty Canyon" Written & Performed by Anjali Bhatia Licensed courtesy of Wiiija Records Ltd. "Let Me Let Go" by Debi Nova & Printz Board Performed by Debi Nova Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records, Inc. By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing "Here I Come" Written & Performed by Joe Faraci Courtesy of Kid Gloves Music "Mean Gurl" Written and Produced by Gabriel Rene Performed by Gina Rene & Gabriel Rene "Fire" by Joe Budden, Trevor Smith, Justin Smith, Melvin Glover, Nathaniel Glover, Eddie Morris, Robert Wiggins, Guy Williams, Frank Rodriguez & Al McLaren, Jr. Performed by Joe Budden featuring Busta Rhymes Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group Under license from Universal Music Enterprises Busta Rhymes performs courtesy of Flipmode Records / J Records Contains an interpolation of "Super Rappin" by Melvin Glover, Nathaniel Glover, Eddie Morris, Robert Wiggins & Guy Williams Contains an interpolation of "Whores in This House" by Frank Rodriguez & Al McLaren, Jr. "Dancing with Myself" by Billy Idol & Tony James Performed by The Donnas Produced by Robert Shimp The Donnas perform courtesy of Atlantic Records "Joker" by Josh G. Abrahams one of those

What's that song????? GRRR!!!! #&%^*@$%!?

I don't know the movie that well, to tell you the truth... lol so I dunno off the top of my head Anyway, I know you've already seen the soundtrack, but this is a pretty extensive one, so maybe what you're looking for is in here And sorry it's so long!! haha i just figured it'd be easier for you to look thru "God is a DJ" Performed by Pink "Pass That Dutch" Performed by Missy Elliott "Milkshake" by Chad Hugo & Pharrell Williams Performed by Kelis "Halcyon + On + On" (great song by the way) by Paul Hartnoll, Phil Hartnoll & Owain Barton Performed by Orbital "Built This Way" by Dallas Austin & Samantha Ronson Performed by Samantha Ronson "Rip Her to Shreds" by Deborah Harry & Chris Stein Performed by Boomkat "Operate" by Peaches & Stickey Henderson Performed by Peaches "Put 'em Up" by Chad Hugo, Victor Santiago & Pharrell Williams Performed by N.O.R.E. featuring Pharrell "Beautiful" by Linda Perry Performed by Daniel Franzese "Psyche Rock (Fatboy Slim Malpaso Mix)" by Pierre Henry & Michel Colombier Performed by Pierre Henry "Love's Theme" by Barry White Performed by Love Unlimited Orchestra "Overdrive" by Katy Rose & Kim Bullard Performed by Katy Rose "Run" Written, Performed & Produced by Gabriel Rene "Oh Yeah" Written, Performed & Produced by Gabriel Rene "Hated" by Jeff Richmond Performed by Nikki Cleary "One Way or Another" by Deborah Harry & Nigel Harrison Performed by Blondie "The Flying TV Episode" by Fred Mollin "Jason and Dad" by Fred Mollin "The Mathlete Rap" Lyric by Tina Fey Music by Gabriel Rene Performed by Rajiv Surendra "Jingle Bell Rock" by Joe Beal & Jim Boothe Performed by Gina Rene, Gabriel Rene, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert & Amanda Seyfried "At Seventeen" Written & Performed by Janis Ian "Slow" Written & Produced by Gabriel Rene Performed by Gabriel Rene & Gina Rene "Misty Canyon" Written & Performed by Anjali Bhatia Licensed courtesy of Wiiija Records Ltd. "Let Me Let Go" by Debi Nova & Printz Board Performed by Debi Nova "Here I Come" Written & Performed by Joe Faraci "Mean Gurl" Written and Produced by Gabriel Rene Performed by Gina Rene & Gabriel Rene "Fire" Performed by Joe Budden featuring Busta Rhymes "Dancing with Myself" by Billy Idol & Tony James Performed by The Donnas "Joker" by Josh G. Abrahams

If you could re-cast the Rocky Horror Picture Show....?

Only the originals!! I don't think that a remake would come anywhere close to touching the original one. Hmmmmmm....... Although I could see James Haven (angelina jolie's bro) as Riff Raff...... I'll have to think about this today. You've got me thinking! Edited: Okay okay, now that I've wasted half my morning, here's my re-cast: Frank: John Leguizamo Brad: Matthew Lillard or Luke Wilson (I couldn't decide) Janet: Isla Fisher Magenta: Drew Barrymore Riff Raff: James Haven Columbia: Kate Hudson Eddie: Daniel Franzese Rocky: Paul Walker Dr. Scott: James Lipton Criminologist: Bob Hoskins

Whats this movie called?

Mean Girls Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) has just returned to the United States with her parents after growing up in Africa. Cady is a teenager, who has been home schooled her whole life. Her first day in class as the new girl will be her first encounter with the public school system. As the new girl, where will she fit in? Cady first makes friends with two geeks (Daniel Franzese and Lizzy Caplan). Then she makes friends with the most popular and beautiful girls in the school, known as `The Plastics' (Lacey Chabert, Rachel McAdams, and Amanda Seyfried). Cady wants to fit in and now she has friends from two different worlds. To keep them as friends she must do things she has never done before, such as being deceitful, scheming, and finally untrustworthy.

What is the name of this movie?

Mean Girls (2004) Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) has just returned to the United States with her parents after growing up in Africa. Cady is a teenager, who has been home schooled her whole life. Her first day in class as the new girl will be her first encounter with the public school system. As the new girl, where will she fit in? Cady first makes friends with two geeks (Daniel Franzese and Lizzy Caplan). Then she makes friends with the most popular and beautiful girls in the school, known as `The Plastics' (Lacey Chabert, Rachel McAdams, and Amanda Seyfried). Cady wants to fit in and now she has friends from two different worlds. To keep them as friends she must do things she has never done before, such as being deceitful, scheming, and finally untrustworthy. She discovers who her real friends are in the end. Douglas Young

Mean girls 1 music????

Rip her to shreds- Boomkat Pass That Dutch- Missy Elliott Psyche Rock (Fatboy Slim Malpaso Mix)- Pierre Henry Love's Theme- Love Unlimited Orchestra Built This Way- Samantha Ronson Milkshake- Kelis Overdrive- Katy Rose Run- Gabriel Rene Oh Yeah- Gabriel Rene Operate- Peaches Hated- Brittney Cleary/Nicki Cleary One Way Or Another- Blondie The Flying TV Episode-Fred Mollin Jason and Dad- Fred Mollin Beautiful- (originally by Christina Aguilera) Daniel Franzese The Mathlete Rap- Rajiv Surendra Jingle Bell Rock- At Seventeen- Janis Ian (Yes, her name really is Janis Ian) Slow- Gabriel Rene& Gina Rene Misty Canyon- Anjali Bhatia Let me go- Debi Nova Herre I come- Joe Facari Mean Gurl- Gina Rene and Gabriel Rene Fire- Joe Budden feat. Busta Rhymes Put 'em up- Pharell and N.O.R.E. God is a DJ- P!nk Dancing with myself- the Donnas

what's the name of this song from "mean girls" movie?

http://www.amazon.com/Mean-Girls-Various-Artists/dp/B0002YICHC Go down and you can listion to the tracks to find the song... Peaches - Operate Kelis - Milkshake Samantha Ronson - Built This Way Orbital - Halcyon and On and On Boomkat - Rip Her To Shreds N.O.R.E. feat. Pharrell - Put Em Up Lyrics Katy Rose - Overdrive Pink - God is a DJ Daniel Franzese - Beautiful Missy Elliott - Pass That Dutch Joe Beal & Jim Boothe - Jingle Bell Rock Kevin Gnappor (Rajiv Surendra) - The Mathlette Rap Blondie - One Way Or Another Nikki Cleary - Hated Anjali - Misty Canyon Let me know what song it is plz? Thanks :)

Mean Girls?

Not too sure.... here is every song on the soundtrack. Hope it helps! Mean Girls Soundtrack Pink - God is a DJ Missy Elliott - Pass That Dutch Kelis - Milkshake Orbital - Halcyon and On and On Samantha Ronson - Built This Way Boomkat - Rip Her To Shreds Peaches - Operate N.O.R.E. feat. Pharrell - Put Em Up Katy Rose - Overdrive Daniel Franzese - Beautiful Kevin Gnappor (Rajiv Surendra) - The Mathlette Rap Blondie - One Way Or Another Nikki Cleary - Hated Anjali - Misty Canyon Joe Beal & Jim Boothe - Jingle Bell Rock

What is that song in mean girls...?

Here's The Soundtrack Pink-God is a DJ Missy Elliott- Pass That Dutch Kelis- Milkshake Orbital- Halcyon and On and On Samantha Ronson- Built This Way Boomkat- Rip Her To Shreds Peaches- Operate N.O.R.E. feat. Pharrell- Put Em Up Katy Rose- Overdrive Daniel Franzese- Beautiful Kevin Gnappor (Rajiv Surendra)- The Mathlette Rap Blondie- One Way Or Another Nikki Cleary- Hated Anjali- Misty Canyon Joe Beal & Jim Boothe- Jingle Bell Rock

what song is this from mean girls?

There are all the songs from Mean Girls: Pink - God is a DJ Missy Elliott - Pass That Dutch Kelis - Milkshake Orbital -Halcyon and On and On Samantha Ronson -Built This Way Boomkat - Rip Her To Shreds Peaches - Operate N.O.R.E. feat. Pharrell - Put Em Up Katy Rose - Overdrive Daniel Franzese - Beautiful Kevin Gnappor (Rajiv Surendra) - The Mathlette Rap Blondie - One Way Or Another Nikki Cleary - Hated Anjali - Misty Canyon Joe Beal & Jim Boothe - Jingle Bell Rock

what is this song that goes...?

Pink Lyrics God is a DJ Missy Elliott Lyrics Pass That Dutch Kelis Lyrics Milkshake Orbital Lyrics Halcyon and On and On Samantha Ronson Lyrics Built This Way Boomkat Lyrics Rip Her To Shreds Peaches Lyrics Operate N.O.R.E. feat. Pharrell Lyrics Put Em Up Katy Rose Lyrics Overdrive Daniel Franzese Lyrics Beautiful Kevin Gnappor (Rajiv Surendra) Lyrics The Mathlette Rap Blondie Lyrics One Way Or Another Nikki Cleary Lyrics Hated Anjali Lyrics Misty Canyon Joe Beal & Jim Boothe Lyrics Jingle Bell Rock them are alll the songs in mean girls. im not sure which one it is but hope i can help.

Is the gay guy in Mean Girls, Daniel Franzese , related at all to vince vaughn?

Wikipedia says no they aren't,

What year was the movie "Mean Girls" with Lindsay Lohan ,made. Who plays Regina, Gretchen and Karen???

released 2004 Lindsay Lohan .... Cady Heron Rachel McAdams .... Regina George Tina Fey .... Ms. Norbury Tim Meadows .... Mr. Duvall Amy Poehler .... Mrs. George Ana Gasteyer .... Cady's Mom Lacey Chabert .... Gretchen Wieners Amanda Seyfried .... Karen Smith Lizzy Caplan .... Janis Ian Daniel Franzese .... Damian Neil Flynn .... Cady's Dad Jonathan Bennett .... Aaron Samuels Rajiv Surendra .... Kevin Gnapoor Elana Shilling .... Spelling Girl

i need help with the names of these two movies?

No. 1 ~ Cruel World (2005) starring Edward Furlong, Daniel Franzese and Andrew Keegan IMDb synopsis: Reeling from his dismissal from a reality show, a deranged runner-up holds a group of co-eds hostage on the set of his own fictitious show, where losers suffer a deadly fate. No. 2 ~ Evil Has a Face (1996 TV movie) IMDb review: Gwen (Sean Young) is a sketch artist who has certain powers that help her seek out the evil that seems to haunt her. Bria (Brighton Hertford) is a little girl who has been abused and needs help. ... The girl describes her assailant's face and Gwen is shocked when she sees that it is that of her stepfather who died many years ago. Could he possibly be alive, and is he coming after the woman and child who escaped him?

Who are the characters of Mean Girls?

Lindsay Lohan ... Cady Heron Rachel McAdams ... Regina George Tina Fey ... Ms. Norbury Tim Meadows ... Mr. Duvall Amy Poehler ... Mrs. George Ana Gasteyer ... Mrs. Heron Lacey Chabert ... Gretchen Wieners Amanda Seyfried ... Karen Smith Lizzy Caplan ... Janis Ian Daniel Franzese ... Damian Neil Flynn ... Mr. Heron Jonathan Bennett ... Aaron Samuels Rajiv Surendra ... Kevin Gnapoor

Mean Girls The Movie!!!!!!!!! Help!!!?

Daniel Franzese http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0291881/

Who's the actor that plays Glenn Coco on Mean Girls?

Daniel Franzese. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0291881/

Whats the name of this song in mean girls??

"Beautiful" by Linda Perry Performed by Daniel Franzese