Rebel, whose scathing quip about Prince Andrew surfaced again just before she was scheduled to attend at the BAFTAs in 2022, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! earlier this week to promote Senior Year, her first film in three years. The 42-year-old star made everyone laugh by bringing her high school yearbook to the event.
Rebel boasted about being a “excellent student” when looking over her high school yearbook with the late-night presenter. and she’s the leader of the school’s hoops squad. Star revealed she was “a little bit cheeky.”
“I was the one who planned all the break-outs at the boarding house,” she admitted. “Bars were installed on the windows. A Christian institution of such high quality. Next, I’d set up a plan for the fugitives to leave. All the alarm codes would be figured out by me. A teacher was once imprisoned in a closet for four hours by me.”
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Rebel stated that she had lied to her teacher and enticed her inside the closet by claiming there was something important hidden within. After telling her instructor a white lie, the former student pushed her into a closet and locked the door.
Rebel declared, “She was a mean teacher,” to applause and laughter from onlookers. “That was some sweet payback. Yeah, she bawled, and she never found out which girl had pushed her.”
Since Senior Year is about a 37-year-old woman who decides to return to high school to finish her term after waking up from a coma 20 years earlier as a high school cheerleader who suffered a head injury and fell into a coma before her senior prom, Rebel has been thinking a lot about her own high school years. Rebel plays Stephanie Conway, the movie’s main character.
Rebel mentioned that she was well-liked at school on her late night show (given the legions of fans that consider her to be one of the funniest comedians of her generation, we are not surprised).
She explained that her photo appeared there because she was deputy head girl, or “sort of the second most popular girl,” in the school, and that she had been elected to that position. Of course, we wholeheartedly concur with such a glowing description.