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Here Are The Best Reactions To Rachel McAdams's Cameo On "Saturday Night Live"

Warning: If you're bothered by people referring to their favorite celebs as "MOTHER," this post is not for you.

Rachel McAdams has arrived! I repeat. "Mother" aka Rachel McAdams has arrived!

Closeup of Rachel McAdams
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First, Saturday Night Live did us dirty because it's bad enough we were collectively dry-heaving from Jacob Elordi hosting and Reneé Rapp as the musical guest. Why, you ask?

Reneé Rapp, Jacob Elordi, and Bowen Yang
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Saltburn's Jacob is "baby girl."

Closeup of Jacob Elordi
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Mean Girls' Reneé is "mother."

Reneé Rapp onstage smiling

I don't make the rules.

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And just when we could barely keep our heads on straight because Jacob and Reneé had them spinning like an Exorcist remake, the original Regina George herself, Rachel McAdams, made a cameo. She introduced Reneé's performance of "Not My Fault," featuring Megan Thee Stallion.

Closeup of Rachel McAdams
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Rachel's appearance broke the internet, the Wi-Fi, and the satellites in the sky, especially since we've been longing for her Mean Girls-adjacent cameo for a very, very long time.

The cast of "SNL"
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If you don't believe me, check out everyone's reactions while I rewatch her introduce Reneé for the 20th time.

1.

Twitter: @allurequinn

2.

Twitter: @LeeLovesBey

3.

Twitter: @hyunnie_hunny

4.

Twitter: @notgwendalupe

5.

Twitter: @SpencerAlthouse

6.

Twitter: @makaylam45

7.

Twitter: @Brieyonce

8.

Twitter: @ashleyippolito

9.

Twitter: @_samepaige_

10.

Twitter: @sckberry

11.

Twitter: @am2yaaa

12.

Twitter: @iylmniall

13.

Twitter: @apocalipstickzz

14.

Twitter: @hcrrorgirls

15.

Twitter: @sabrina_karami

16.

Twitter: @SpencerAlthouse

Okay, now that that's over, let me be a completely normal person and listen to "Mr. McAdams" on Lil Dicky's new album Penith for the 20th time.

Closeup of Rachel McAdams and Lil Dicky
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