All Photos: Paramount Pictures/All GIFs: MTV/Jenny Shafei
It's hard to believe it's been 10 years since the initial release of Mean Girls. Thanks to its impeccable cast, positive message, and a script drenched with quotables, the Tina Fey-penned film has transcended past its "teen comedy" genre label and become a modern movie classic. Everyone loves Mean Girls. It's just a fact.
In honor of its anniversary, MTV is airing the film on Sunday (March 23) at 8 p.m. ET/PT, PLUS never-before-seen-on-TV DVD extras, featurettes, behind-the-scenes moments and more! And to pump you up for the celebratory airing, we've rounded up 28 super-fetch GIFs of our favorite style moments and quotes from the movie. Enjoy!
Missy Elliot's "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" music video.
Photo: Atlantic Records/GIF: MTV/Jenny Shafei
Hear that? It's the sound of you singing "I CAN'T STAND THE RAIN" to yourself over and over for the rest of the day. Why? Because I'm dropping another #TBT on you, and Missy Elliott's "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" is the proud owner of an Ann Peebles-sampled hook that just won't quit. Today is the first day of spring (vernal equinox for all my science folk) which, for those of us on the East Coast, means a lot of rain in our near future. Thus, the song selection. (Well, that, and Broad City briefly spoofed it last night.) Now, without further ado, I'm breaking down the FASHUN from this iconic Missy x Hype Williams joint in this week's #TBT.
Hood By Air's Dunce Movie LS tee.
Have you seen this thing? Not the Hood By Air shirt specifically, but the photo printed on it. It's someone's
awkward AMAZING childhood photo that surfaced on Reddit a year ago. If you haven't seen the full-size original, go to here to witness the platinum grown-out bowl cut, the dainty eyelet-covered sundress, and that bewildered/pissed expression in its full glory. It's that hilarious face that really propelled this photo to virality, also sparking reiterations with meme phrases like "BOOTY HAD ME LIKE" etc. etc. It's only right that it would end up on a shirt, but it's INCREDIBLE that HBA and Shayne Oliver were the ones to take it on.
Clockwise from top left: Iggy Azalea, the 1975, Jack Antonoff, and Wild Cub at the 2014 Woodies.
The 2014 Woodie Awards are mere HOURS away. Who will win the Cover Woodie? What will Iggy Azalea's modified yellow Cher Horowitz suit look like in motion? We'll have answers to these and more important questions soon. We might not want to wait, but the fact is: We have no choice. So to bide time until the big show at 8 p.m. EST tonight, peep our backstage interviews with this year's Woodies performers. You'll hear Iggy talk about never wearing pants onstage and what she does when clothes mysteriously appear in her suitcases, the 1975 reveal the brands and stores that contribute to their "black and expensive" wardrobe, and which Woodies performer describes his personal style as "a nine-year-old who was allowed to dress themself [sic] for the first time." Enjoy!
A still from Le1f's 'Letterman' performance.
Photo: Late Show With David Letterman
You GUYS. Le1f made his national television debut last night on the Late Show With David Letterman, and we could NOT be more excited about it! The NY-based Greedhead MC performed his horn-speckled "Wut" track—a year-round banger in these parts of the interwebs—with gobs of choreography, a dancer on either side, and a backup band boasting Blood Orange/Dev Hynes. MAJOR. Oh, and also, he did it all in a full Hood by Air ensemble courtesy of Shayne Oliver himself. *brushes shoulders off*
You know what your Thursday needs? A sweet, sweet R&B slow jam. Listen, I know Boyz II Men's "I'll Make Love to You" is a pretty aggressively ~seductive~ track to wedge into your work/school week, but just be glad I'm dispatching this toward the end of your day and not at 9 a.m. while you're finishing up your bagel and cream cheese. Also, it is EXTREMELY underrated in the universe of music video style. Since you likely don't remember this one off the top of your head, I'm breaking this #TBT down for you look by look.
Boyz II Men's "I'll Make Love To You" music video
Photo: Motown Records/GIF: Jenny Shafei
Hey, remember when the Backstreet Boys were all lined up and glowing in pristine linens in an airplane hangar for their "I Want It That Way" video? Boyz II Men's above look predates that by five years. Fittingly for the early '90s, the dudes are working with bizarro, boxy-tailored pieces, and Wanya Morris in a jacket and trousers with a mismatched vest, and Michael McCary in a sleeveless vest with a Nehru collar. Also, some sort of cane and/or rain stick. IDK what's up with that. I don't remember that being a trend then.
Jay Z and Kanye West reunite the Throne at SXSW.
Photo: @jerrylorenzo's Instagram
Don't rub your eyes. The above picture of Jay Z and Kanye West is, in fact, NOT from 2011. Jay and Ye joined forces again LAST NIGHT (March 12) during Austin's SXSW music festival—a Watch the Throne reunion of epic proportions that was only just announced this Monday (March 10). Amidst many of their solo hits—"Tom Ford," "New Slaves," "Izzo (HOVA)," and "Runaway" to name a few—Yeezy and Hov performed Throne classics like "H*A*M," "Who Gon' Stop Me," "No Church in the Wild," "Otis," and of course, "N***** in Paris" for their two-hour, 35-song set. But the music wasn't the only part of the Throne they brought back: They also resurrected their Givenchy performance steez.
Pharrell is teaming up with Comme des Garcons.
Photo: Getty Images
Pharrell Williams, the great collaborator, has just added another joint project to his résumé: a unisex fragrance with Comme des Garcons. From Daft Punk to BAPE, he has a knack for bringing established entities into his creative ecosystem and helping bring forth a beautiful, refreshing take on something you already loved. But he's more than just the ultimate remix artist; his collaborative projects are so wildly successful because of his ability to marry his own original creative sensibilities with a keen eye for curation—he knows precisely the best elements of a sound or an aesthetic to elevate. For all of the above reasons, we're SO excited about this forthcoming scent. The only thing we're disappointed about is: We sort of feel like we should have seen this coming.
Theo James, Shailene Woodley, Ellie Goulding, and Christina Garibaldi on the set of MTV First.
In case you missed it, we played host to Ellie Goulding, Shailene Woodley, and Theo James last night for a special Divergent-themed edition of MTV First. We watched the premiere of Ellie's "Beating Heart" music video, played a few rounds of "Would You Rather," and discussed the art of kissing. What we didn't expect to get was a bit of beauty advice courtesy of Miss Goulding.