10 Things You May Not Know About Legally Blonde

For years, fans have been quoting Legally Blonde and it's the very relatable main character, glamour girl turned Harvard law student, Elle Woods.

Legally Blonde first hit theaters in 2001, with a sequel later released in 2003 following Elle after she graduated.

Brown turned her stories into comedy novels, creating all the fan-favorite characters like Elle and her ex-boyfriend Warner Huntington III.

"I wrote it all on pink paper, with my pink furry pen,” she said of her book back in 2003.

Witherspoon counts Elle as one of her most iconic roles, putting her on the map as a bonafide A-Lister.

Reese and I actually went to visit a sorority house in the early prep, and it was just obvious that pink should be her signature color," de Rakoff told Elle magazine in 2012.

The most iconic movie from the film came to life in a drunken moment.

The role of Vivian, Warner’s new Harvard girlfriend, was originally offered to Chloë Sevigny.

The Oscar winner has since revealed she’s kept all 60 outfits from the film and showed off her closet in getting Organized with The Home Edit.

Back in 2016, she posted a video of her trying on some of the clothes for the first time in 15 years, including Elle’s tiny pink bikini.