Lindsay Lohan reacts to Ariana Grande’s ‘Mean Girls’-inspired vid
Ariana Grande went full "fetch" in yesterday's teaser clip for her upcoming Mean Girls-inspired "thank u, next" music video. And now, O.G. Mean Girl Lindsay Lohan is responding to the singer's homage to the cult teen comedy.
The actress took to Instagram Tuesday to talk the tune's celluloid send-up, one that's been teased by Grande for the last few days. And while Lohan says she "flattered" by the tribute, she prefaces that sentiment with somewhat of a flex.
"Behind the scenes," reads Lohan's Instagram caption. "[A]in't nobody Lindsay Lohan like the real Lindsay Lohan." The actress then adds that she's "so flattered by @arianagrande loving #MeanGirls so much! Also, I love #dynasty."
Of course, the original Mean Girls star is referring to the fact that Dynasty actress Elizabeth Gillies takes the reins as the film's lead character Cady Heron in the video clip, a role originated by the Freaky Friday and Herbie: Fully Loaded star.
And Lohan's post shows she's on set somewhere, but the particular shoot isn't disclosed. She's listed as having starred in this year's The Shadow Within and Frame, following her last full-length motion picture appearance in 2013's The Canyons.
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The imminent "thank u, next" vid will feature a wealth of other stars from the 2004 movie, going by Grande's own Instagram posts. She's shared images featuring Jonathan Bennett, Cady's love interest in the film, and co-star Jennifer Coolidge.
It's yet to be seen if Lohan exhibits any futher involvement in Grande's upcoming video. Entertainment Weekly reached out to the actress' rep for comment but didn't hear back. What do you think? Sound off, below, in the comments section.