Lindsay Lohan has caused quite the stir in recent days. She's back - and a lot more mellowed out than we remember.
So, Lindsay Lohan has surfaced again–the only problem is, I don’t know why.
Wait, no; please don’t party just yet. Not until we figure out why it is we’re partying in the first place.
Whatever you find to be synonymous with the name Lindsay Lohan is likely dependent on your demographic.
When you hear her name, do you think of her mid-1990s “Parent Trap” remake? Or, are you harked back to her mid-2000s modern/Millenial cult classic “Mean Girls?”
(And yes, The New Yorker confirms it’s a classic via their aptly-titled article, “Why Mean Girls Is A Classic.”)
You might be thinking of something else entirely. As evidenced above, my mind goes straight to Mykonos.
No matter how you remember her (or from what timeframe), there’s no denying that Lindsay Lohan has mellowed out since the last time we saw her.
She seemed super chill during Friday’s self-shot Instagram video–healthy, even!
Sure, filters can work wonders, but LiLo’s vibe was all about “gratitude.”
And during all these tough times I feel like I’ve learned to understand the simplicity of life and birthdays.
She goes on:
I was thinking about how many birthdays I’ve had that are just like so extravagant and how lucky we all are to just have the people around us that we love and the people in our lives that we love and how simple is key.
Lindsay’s latest music release, a comeback track, is titled “Back to Me.”
In quite unfortunate timing (especially considering she’d waited almost a decade), the lockdown lined up with the single’s early April street date. It was sad we had to wait 12 years for new music only for it to be released during a pandemic.
Still, her interviews since April have been entertaining–and revealing at the same time. What became evident to me was that she had a lot of “catching up to do”–not necessarily with her work or among her peers per se. Just like, literally catching up.
Naturally, the people interviewing her wanted to know what Lindsay Lohan’s been doing for the last decade.
The point is, she’s back. She looks great, she sounds great, but the sudden single drop had the people ready for a slew of Lindsay Lohan summer bops–of which we’ve received none.
I didn’t realize what an excellent conversationalist she is until watching this makeshift press tour of hers back in April. Given her line of work (and how long she’s been in it), the rambling makes total sense.
Here’s an example:
In hindsight, I think the blame can fall on her mad-tenured media skills. That could explain why her recent teleconferences turned into a tell-alls. It also explains why there are rumblings for another Mean Girls 2. (There already is Mean Girls 2, it just doesn’t include the original cast.)
Lindsay’s an easy one to talk to, so why not bring up her most iconic moments during an interview?
That’s why I don’t think she meant to spin the rumor wheel about an original cast “Mean Girls” reunion/remake.
In one of her interviews with The Daily Mail back in April, Lindsay did mention the now-infamous photo of her, Britney Spears, and Paris Hilton.
I don’t think she meant to spark up any previous Paris Hilton drama (the hotel heiress has long since claimed that Lindsay crashed her Britney night-out). In case you were wondering, though, now 34-year-old Lohan finally had a clapback for the 14-year-old allegations that she crashed the party:
I’ve never had to crash a party in my life. Just leave it at that.
If you really want to know what Lindsay is up to, you can follow her on the socials–or even ask her directly. She’s slashed the price of her customized Cameo clips by more than 50%, but it’ll still run you about $300 (i.e., $10/second).
That’s the price you pay to “party in Mykonos.”