Here's a present from 2004. This recently discovered behind-the-scenes video footage shows Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and a startlingly fresh-faced Lindsay Lohan practicing the Kevin G. rap from Fey's utterly quotable smash hit "Mean Girls."
Kevin Gnapoor ("Mean Girls'" smooth-talking mathlete and "bad-a** MC") made quite an impression at the Winter Talent Show with his performance of a feisty rap written by Fey.
Though there's no explanation for the video's origins or reappearance, it's pretty amazing to see Poehler's interpretation of the rap, backed up by Fey and Lohan.
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