The cast of the cult classic Legally Blonde is coming together for the first time since 2001 for a surprise reunion on Tuesday.


Actress and producer, Reese Witherspoon, known for her ever-iconic role as Elle Woods will be joined by her fellow Legally Blonde stars Jennifer Coolidge, Selma Blair, Luke Wilson, and more. SNL's Chloe Fineman will host the live reunion here on Reese Witherspoon x Hello Sunshine Tuesday, October 20th at 6:15 PM Eastern Time.

Reese Witherspoon teased the event on Instagram.

Reese Witherspoon is also well known for her roles on the Emmy-winning television show, Big Little Lies, and Oscar-nominated film, Wild.

Legally Blonde premiered more than 19 years ago in 2001, but still remains relevant in pop culture. It has become a franchise with three films, and fourth that was originally set to be released in May 2020 but was delayed due to the pandemic. It also inspired a 2007 Tony-nominated Broadway musical by the same name, which went on to become a touring and West End show and more after the end of its Broadway run.

The original Broadway cast of Legally Blonde: The Musical reunited earlier this year on the Broadway Podcast Network. They also did a virtual parody of the show's opening number "Omigod You Guys" in April reimagined as "Omigod You Guys Sanitize!"

If you haven't seen the movie in a while, be sure to watch it tonight to brush up on all your favorite parts! The cast will be discussing their favorite scenes, sharing the experience of portraying their iconic characters, and exclusive behind the scenes stories.

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