Lindsay Lohan aka Cady Heron re-enacts her eight most favorite Mean Girls quotes. The Mean Girls movie was chock full of grool lines and fetch sayings that still get laughs to this day. Since its release in 2004, Mean Girls has cemented itself as a cinematic classic and pop culture mainstay thanks to writer Tina Fey. Re-live the funny moments and best scenes quote by quote.
In January, Lohan was at Condé Nast’s studios for a photo shoot with the photographer Brigitte Lacombe. Clad in a red sweater, black Alexander Wang sweatpants, and a pair of high-heeled black boots, Lohan arrived—yes, on time—flanked by two of her younger siblings, Dakota and Aliana. At five-feet-five, she’s notably more petite than her brother and sister, but what Lohan lacks in physical presence, she makes up for with energy. For five hours, Lohan posed for photos. It’s certainly a far cry from the girl who was once famously hospitalized for exhaustion. Perhaps this Lindsay Lohan does, in fact, need an introduction: a reintroduction as the adult she’s become.
Three days later, Lohan emerged in the lobby of The Mercer hotel, where she was staying during her brief trip to New York, arms outstretched for a hug, before deciding to relocate to her room. Upstairs, in the comfort of her temporary home, the 31-year-old settled into an armchair next to a window with a view of SoHo, the neighborhood she lived in until just a few years ago. She’s only recently dyed back to its natural color. The return to her old hair color is also a sign of a deeper understanding of herself.
Lohan continues to make headlines—in the past week alone, she’s made waves for getting into an almost–Instagram spat with Kim Kardashian and for a late-night talk show shout-out from Lisa Kudrow—but it’s been several years since she last lived in New York, and five years since she dominated tabloid headlines on nearly a daily basis and was a favorite target of the paparazzi.
Post-New York, Lohan lived for a few years in London but now calls Dubai home.
While in New York, she mainly spends time with family; in Dubai, she has a close circle of female friends.
And though Dubai isn’t Hollywood, it is a center for business. While there, Lohan is engaging in a number of entrepreneurial business. First up, there’s a Lohan beauty brand, due out in the coming months. There will also be a clothing line—a Dubai-based stylist has been helping with the design process—and she hopes to eventually show the collection of head-to-toe looks in an intimate setting. The project, she noted, is a different direction from her most recent foray into fashion, 6126, a niche line of leggings she debuted back in 2008.
There’s also Lohan candles, one of which flickered behind us, a project that stemmed from the idea of doing a charity walk and making candles to light the path. (She also wants to start a foundation of her own to help “in uniting kids and families and giving them a light in their life.”) And then there’s Lohan Nightclub, in Athens, with a new location due to open on Mykonos. And, perhaps, an actual Lohan island, as she hinted on a recent appearance on The Wendy Williams Show.
And though Dubai may be 8,000 miles away from Hollywood, she hasn’t completely turned her back on acting. Lohan will appear in the upcoming season of Sick Note, a British sitcom starring Rupert Grint, and also in Frame, an all-female movie out of Saudi Arabia that will begin shooting in April.
However, much has changed in the industry since the height of Lohan mania in the early aughts, a period during which she headlined films like Freaky Friday, Mean Girls, and Herbie Fully Loaded—and Lohan is well aware.
Like with her many projects in the works, Lohan seems to take matters into her own hands when it comes to finding roles. Currently, the only thing on her Twitter is a superimposed photo of herself and Batgirl, a sort of one-woman campaign to get her cast in Joss Whedon’s upcoming cinematic adaptation.
You see, Lindsay Lohan has done a lot of things, but she still has things left to check off her list. For one? Make it to the Academy Awards.
Oh, and she eventually wants to direct too.
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