Reneé Rapp Reveals Which ‘Sex Lives’ Co-Star She Wrote a Song About

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In the glamorous world of showbiz, Reneé Rapp, the star from Mean Girls, is stealing hearts everywhere, especially among the young sapphic crowd. Now, she’s spilling on her own crush on a co-star from The Sex Lives of College Girls!

The Buzz Around Reneé Rapp

Last year, Rapp dropped her first album, Snow Angel, and dazzled us as Regina George in the musical adaptation of Mean Girls. But that’s not all she’s talking about. Recently, she graced the cover of The Hollywood Reporter and shared some juicy details about her songs, particularly one that’s stirring up all kinds of chatter.

A Song and a Secret Crush

During a chat about her song “I Do,” which hints at unrequited love, Rapp wasn’t shy to reveal her muse. The song, it turns out, is about her bestie, Alyah Chanelle Scott, who plays Whitney on Sex Lives. Rapp confessed she’s never even told Alyah about this heartfelt tribute!

Rapp opened up about her feelings, saying, “I remember being like, ‘I love you so much, and this feels so romantic in a platonic way, but I don’t understand how to explain it.’

“And I now know that it was so much more complicated in my sexuality. And I was like, ‘Wait, you feel completely different to me than a boy does, and I love you. So am I in love with you?’ I’m like, ‘What the f**k?’ And I now know that she’s just my f**king rock, and I just don’t think I like boys.”

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Life Imitates Art

On The Sex Lives of College Girls, Rapp’s character, Leighton, is also a lesbian, mirroring Rapp’s real-life journey. She shared how playing Leighton helped her navigate her own coming out process, finding parallels between her character’s experiences and her own.

“I would go home and think, ‘Am I a lesbian?’” Rapp recounted, highlighting how her on-screen life echoed her personal questions and discoveries. Watching her character come out helped Rapp face her own reality, making her role more than just an acting gig—it was a part of her personal growth.

Related | Renée Rapp Comes Out as Lesbian on ‘SNL’

What’s Next for Rapp?

Fans will be thrilled to know Rapp is returning for the third season of Sex Lives, albeit in a limited role. She’ll pop up in a few episodes. And, of course, you can catch up on all the drama and laughs from the first two seasons on Max.

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