Derry Girls fans stunned by incredible cameo to see out beloved series

Derry Girls fans stunned by incredible cameo to see out beloved series

May 18, 2022

Warning: Spoilers for the final episode of Derry Girls ahead.

Derry Girls fans have been left astonished by quite the unexpected cameo as the beloved Channel 4 series bowed out in style.

To see out the third and final series of the comedy, Channel 4 aired an extended special set around the Good Friday Agreement – and it did not disappoint.

While our old friend Liam Neeson popped up again in what was one of the most emotional moments of the series, as the characters voted in the historic referendum in 1998, the episode ended by cutting to present-day New York.

We see a mailman knock on the door to a townhouse, explaining that a letter had been addressed to the White House years ago and had finally made its way to the recipient – none other than Chelsea Clinton.

Chelsea takes in the mail with a smile and starts reading the letter that the main characters – Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), Clare (Nicola Coughlan), Michelle (Jamie-Lee O’Donnell), Orla (Louisa Harland) and James (Dylan Llewellyn) – wrote her in the final episode of season two.

Safe to say, fans were not expecting it in the slightest.

‘Jesus Mary and Joseph and the wee donkey. I was expecting a Nadine Coyle cameo not Chelsea Clinton,’ one fan wrote.

Another added: ‘OMG Chelsea Clinton cameo to finish off a happy ending for #DerryGirls.’


It comes after an epic third season for the show.

‘I really hope the fans love it as much as I do,’ she said.

‘Derry people aren’t great at saying goodbye so I will instead use one of our native expressions “That’s us away now”, Love Lisa McGee, always a Derry Girl.”’

Derry Girls is available for catch-up on All 4.

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