Mean Girls is returning to cinemas for Galentine's Day

Does that mean anything to you?

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Does that mean anything to you?

There are loads of ways to celebrate Valentine's Day this year. You've got Krispy Kreme Valentine's Day doughnuts which go down a treat whether you're single or taken, there are heart-shaped Yorkshire puddings out there for anyone who fancies a romantic roast (we're making it a thing) and there's a pretty shimmery pink gin to wash it all down.

This year, the limit does not exist.

And if you're ditching Valentine's in favour of a girlmantic Galentine's on February 13th, we've got big news: cinemas will be playing Mean Girls and Legally Blonde for your viewing pleasure.

Everyman Cinemas will be screening the films nationwide, meaning all you've got to do is don your best pink outfit (it's a Wednesday, duh).

The event description reads: 'Inspired by Ariana Grande's instantly iconic single Thank U, Next and the films it parodied, we're showing a cult classic chick flick: Mean Girls - the story of new student Cady Heron who gets into the wrong crowd...the A-List clique The Plastics. [And] Legally Blonde -the story of LA beauty Elle Woods and her journey to law school.Tickets also include a cocktail to enjoy alongside the film.'

That's right - you also get a free cocktail.

You'll be able to watch Mean Girls at Everyman Cinemas in Barnet, Esher, Glasgow, Harrogate, Liverpool and in Birmingham, while Legally Blonde will be playing on the big screens at Altrincham, Chelmsford, Crystal Palace, Leeds, Muswell Hill, Stratford-Upon-Avon and York.

For those looking to spend time with their SO on Valentine’s Day, you can be transported to 1899 Paris as the cinemas are hosting screenings of Moulin Rouge, complete with French food and cocktails on the house all night.

The films will start at 8pm, and ticket prices vary. All you have to do is get down there and enjoy.

Oh, and no making out with a hot dog.

Jadie Troy-Pryde
News Editor

Jadie Troy-Pryde is News Editor, covering celebrity and entertainment, royal, lifestyle and viral news. Before joining the team in 2018 as the Lifestyle and Social Media Editor, she worked at a number of women’s fashion and lifestyle titles including Grazia, Women’s Health and Stylist, and now heads the Marie Claire UK news desk.