Tori Spelling Raves About 'Hilarious' 'Mean Girls: The Musical' and its 'Incredible' Cast

The former '90210' actress heaps praises on the 'incredible' cast of the Broadway adaptation of Lindsay Lohan-starring movie after watching the musical with her family.

AceShowbiz - Tori Spelling raved about having the "best time" at the closing night of "Mean Girls: The Musical". As the national tour of the Broadway show played out its final performance at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, January 29, 2023 evening, the 49-year-old actress took her mother Candy and her daughters Stella, 14, and 11-year-old Hattie to see the musical - which is based on the 2004 cult film starring Lindsay Lohan as a home-schooled teenager who goes to public school for the first time and joins ruling girl gang The Plastics.

"We had a mommy and daughters and grandma date last night. We saw the closing LA night of @meangirlsbway and we had the BEST time being entertained and just being present with the ones we love (sic)!" she shared a series of photographs from their night out and wrote on Instagram following the performance.

The former "90210" star went on to describe the musical - which was nominated for 12 Tony Awards and features songs such as "I See Stars", "World Burn", and "Stupid With Love" - as "hilarious" as she paid tribute to the "incredible" cast.

She added, "The cast was incredible. The show is hilarious and nostalgic. A smile-fest from start to finish! #burnbook #meangirlsbroadway."

The night out comes just a month after Tori - who also has Liam, 15, Finn, 10, and Beau, five, with husband reality star Dean McDermott, 56, - was rushed to hospital after having a "hard time breathing, high blood pressure and crazy dizziness."

She wrote on her Instagram Stories, "Here I am in hospital since late last night. To all of you who gaslit me when you were told I [was] too sick to work, well here I am."

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