‘Legally Blonde’ cast reunites to benefit World Central Kitchen

Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
2:59 | 10/20/20

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They're huge but speaking of huge, "Pop news" with Lara. She always brings it big. Good morning, Lara. Oh, good morning. Thanks, robin. Thanks, you guys. We'll get started with great news for fans of "Legally blonde." Reese Witherspoon taking to Instagram to announce big news posting the video you see right here and this quote writing, oh, my god, you guys, it's a "Legally blonde" reunion. We laughed, we cried and may or may not have done the bend and snap for old time's sake. Witherspoon teasing fans with the fact that elle and Warner might have made up within the past two decades featuring the entire original cast, we're talking Selma Blair, Jennifer Coolidge, Luke Wilson and the best part about this reunion, fans do not have to wait long to see it. The whole thing will air tonight, 6:15 eastern on Reese's YouTube page, "Hello, sunshine." All donations benefiting world central kitchen. If you still want more of the gang, "Legally blond 3" in the works. Mindy kaling writing it due in theaters 2022. This is interesting as well. It broke overnight. Some cats have nine lives but this one, thousands. In Peru archaeologists discovered -- look at that, you guys -- a gigantic cat carved into the side of a him estimated to be over 2,000 years old. Get out. This cat is one of the oldest figures, yeah, in this ancient area. She looks very comfortable on her hillside perch. No word on why or any other details as yet. This is a brand-new discovery. Finally, I know what I want for Christmas. Start your holiday season off on a good note with no stalg yachlt the original Santa and Rudolph figures used to make "Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer" are going up for auction. I just love these. The Christmas classic narrated by the great burl Ives back in 1964 still broadcast every holiday season to this day. The owner of those puppets, a collector from New York, has decided to use the money he makes to leave to his kids and grandkids and pass these amazing figures on to another collector. Could be quite a windfall with the nose that still lights up 6 inches tall expected to bring in over $200,000. The Santa figure which stands at about 11 inches predicted to do about the same. His beard, by the way, just FYI made of yak hair. Can you bid for them on November 13th on the profiles in history auction website. Very cool memorabilia up for auction. I thought I'd share that with Again, what kind of hair was that again? What type of hair was that, Santa for the beard? Yak hair, of course. Just want to hear you say it

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