Reese Witherspoon Confirmed “Legally Blonde 3” is Coming in the Best, Most Elle Woods Way Ever

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In case you missed it, news has been spreading lately that “Legally Blonde 3” starring Reese Witherspoon was in the works. Now, Reese Witherspoon herself is confirming the news and making our rose-colored dreams come true. 

Reese took to Instagram to share a video of herself wearing that famous pink sequin bikini, floating on a pool raft in true Elle Woods fashion.

“It’s true,” she said with the hashtag #LegallyBlonde3. 

It’s true… #LegallyBlonde3

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Reports from Deadline state that the movie will be co-produced by the original producers Marc Platt and Adam Siegel only this time, they’ll be joined by Reese Witherspoon herself through her company, Hello Sunshine. 

No word on the plot has been released— but if you remember the second movie, “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde,” we saw Elle head to Washington, D.C. to discuss animal rights on behalf of her dog Bruiser’s mom. After many obstacles similar to what she experienced in the first “Legally Blonde,” Elle’s discharge petition is successful. 

At the very end, Elle’s husband Emmett asks her if she wants to live in Washington D.C., Beverly Hills or Boston and, as they drive by the White House, Elle says, “Oh I think I know just the place,” and winks. 

With that in mind, one can only hope that this next film will show Elle Woods as the first female president of the United States. #ElleWoods2020? Yes, please! 

Colleen Matthews
Raised in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Colleen grew up cheering on the Razorbacks, fishing with her dad, learning about southern hospitality from her mom, and enjoying the best of The Ozarks. When she's not writing, she's likely spoiling her black lab, playing pranks on her husband, chasing around her nieces and nephews, or rearranging her house.

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