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The ‘Bridesmaids’ Cast Just Reunited to Share an Important Message

Grab your puppies and order a giant cookie because we're returning to the world of Bridesmaids.

The 2011 smash comedy from Paul Feig is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, and to celebrate, six of the film's stars just reunited for a special zoom call. Comedy legends Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne, Ellie Kemper and Annie Mumolo all hopped onto a video conference, where they discussed a variety of topics (and also shared an important message about voting).

A snippet from the call was shared on McCarthy's Instagram, where she said, “Register A Friend Day! After 10 years of friendship, I reunited with my Bridesmaids family to share our goals for the year ahead, including things we will and won’t be washing!!”

She continued, “Friends don't let friends skip elections. Today is #RegisterAFriendDay, so text FRIENDS to 26797 to make sure you are registered to vote. And tag your friends below to remind them to check their registration too. @iamavoter.”

The video starts with the ladies greeting each other before Wiig says, “I'm so happy to see you, ladies, bridesmaids, friends.”

In the video, the actresses declare they want to set goals for themselves in the next year (however, with this comedic group, they don't seem all that serious with their answers). Mumolo says she wants to get a tight perm and Rudolph mentions renewing her passport so she can visit Harrisburg and Tucson.

Meanwhile, Wiig says she is going to try using dry shampoo, while Byrne jokingly adds that she's going to stop washing her hair and her body and just "roll the dice."

Finally, Kemper comments that she wants to sign up for more catalogues so that she can have more mail, while McCarthy says she wants to “read and sketch more.”

However, as the stars were giving their answers, they were interrupted when pop group Wilson Phillips joined the call to remind them that they should also register a friend to vote. They even used their hit song “Hold On” to emphasize that viewers should not hold on for one more day to register their friends.

When the Bridesmaids cast speaks, we have nothing to do but listen!

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