Sunday, February 25, 2024

Lindsay Lohan Kind Of Approves Of Ariana Grande’s ‘Mean Girls’ Tribute

Ariana Grande’s latest music video will be filled with iconic movie tributes from the early aughts, including Bring It On, Legally Blonde, and Mean Girls.

This campaign has been rolling since shortly after the release of her hit song “Thank U, Next.” Grande has been in touch with actresses Eliza Dushku and Jennifer Coolidge from Bring It On and Legally Blonde, respectively, keeping her fans entertained by trying to get them to figure out what it is that she’s working on.

A couple of days ago, the teaser for the video was finally released, and it’s a riff of one of Mean Girls‘ most iconic scenes: the montage where students talk about high school icon Regina George (Ariana Grande, in this instance).

 

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The teaser features cameos from Troye Sivan, the original Aaron Samuels, and that girl who immortalized the quote “army pants and flip flops” (her name is Bethany Byrd). Sadly, Mean Girls‘ protagonist Lindsay Lohan will not make an appearance, confirmed by a selfie she recently uploaded on Instagram. The caption reads: “ain’t nobody Lindsay Lohan like the real Lindsay Lohan.”

 

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Although her comment sounds a little salty and weird, she concludes the caption on a positive note, saying how flattered she is over the fact that Ariana Grande loves Mean Girls so much. Which is nice, because Lohan doesn’t need more drama in her life right now.

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