Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon 'in talks' for Legally Blonde 3

The actress is "in talks" to reprise her role, according to The Hollywood Reporter, while Deadline said MGM is "near a deal" with the star.

Witherspoon made her name as the irrepressible law student in the 2001 film, and starred in the 2003 sequel.

The sequel ended with Elle setting her sights on the White House.

There are no details yet about the plot of Legally Blonde 3 and what might have become of Elle during the last 15 years.

But fans will be eager to see who she's got in her sights in the age of Donald Trump and Me Too.

Reese Witherspoon on Hollywood's limiting roles for women

"The real amazing part was really digging deep into the lives of women," Witherspoon told reporters Saturday during a panel for the show at the Television Critics Association press tour. "It wasn't about [the characters] being good or bad, [the script] showed every spectrum and every color of women's lives."

The two Academy Award winning actresses are executive producers on the new show, alongside Jean-Marc Vallée ("Wild") and David E. Kelley ("Ally McBeal") and Bruna Papandrea ("Gone Girl").

Reese helps Obama family with Christmas tree lighting

The Oscar winner was joined on stage by Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, their daughters, Malia and Sasha, and Michelle's mother, Marian Robinson, for the annual event, and even lent her vocals for some Christmas carols with the family, and singer Aloe Blacc.

"Happy holidays to Reese and everyone here tonight and everyone watching at home," the president said before leading the crowd to a countdown that ultimately ended with the famous lighting of the tree.