What did mean girls dance to?

Jingle Bell Rock
In an interview with EW, Mean Girls director Mark Waters recalled how they came up with the choreography for the now legendary dance the main characters do to “Jingle Bell Rock” at the Winter Talent Show. The choreography was going to be a lot more sexual originally, but they made some tweaks to the moves.

Who is the jingle bells girl?

Marie Dallam
You may have seen the unique version of “Jingle Bells” with a very enthusiastic bell ringer, but it all started right here in Oklahoma City. The video has more than 5 million views now, and Marie Dallam is the woman at the center of it all.

What song do the plastics dance to in Mean Girls?

Every year The Plastics perform “Jingle Bell Rock” They have been credited as Santa’s Helper’s for the show. Principal Duvall hosted the event.

Who is the crazy choir lady?

The video has more than 5 million views now, and Marie Dallam is the woman at the center of it all. It may be hard to believe, but her OK City Chorus colleagues say she is even more impressive off the stage. This Jingle Bell sensation is gripping the nation, and beyond.

Who covered Jingle Bells?

Below, take a look at the greatest versions of “Jingle Bells” that need to be on your holiday playlist immediately.

  • Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters (1945)
  • Smokey Robinson & The Miracles (1970)
  • Dolly Parton (1990)
  • Natalie Cole (1994)
  • Katharine McPhee (2010)
  • Michael Buble & The Puppini Sisters (2012)
  • Gwen Stefani (2017)

What was the song at the end of Mean Girls?

“Halcyon” By Orbital (1992)

Which version of Jingle Bell Rock is used in Mean Girls?

The “Mean Girls” “Jingle Bell Rock” Dance Was Changed To A PG-13 Version Because Of Lindsay Lohan. “It ended up being a little messier than we were intending.”

Who is Regina George in real life?

Rachel McAdamsRegina George / Played by

What is the burn book?

The Burn Book is a book created by The Plastics to start rumors, stories and gossip about all the girls (and several guys) who go to North Shore High School. Most of the members in The Plastics contributed to creating this book.