Watch ‘Drag Race’ Queens Reenact The ‘Mean Girls’ 4-Way Phone Call


She said… what?

Look, being a girl is tough. How are you supposed to just know that ex-whatevers are off-limits? Or what the appropriate day to wear pink is? 

But perhaps the toughest thing in girl world is the four-way call attack. You know, those times when you think you're gossiping about someone with your "friend," but all the while that someone is listening quietly on the line because your "friend" is a scammer? 

Yeah, that shit's not fun, but it sure as hell makes for a quality viewing experience as Mean Girls has taught us so well. And since drag queens satirize girl world oh so perfectly, we challenged four RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 stars to make that truly iconic Mean Girls scene an even more high-quality viewing experience.

Ring, ring! It's Miz Cracker, Monét X Change, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo, and Aquaria. Category is... telephone sabotage buffoonery. Bring it to the runway... erm, actually, the four-way, girls. 

RuPaul's Drag Race: Season 10 premieres tonight at 8pm EST on VH1.

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