Lindsay Lohan has had a lot on her plate lately!
Our favorite comeback queen recently made quite a bit of a return to the public eye by starring in an ad for Planet Fitness and making all of our holiday dreams come true by starring in an upcoming Netflix feature film that began filming late last year. Lohan’s schedule may seem jam-packed, but the newly engaged actress has still been able to find some time to join TikTok!
@lindsaylohan I’m on Tiktok Now! 🥰 #imontiktoknow ♬ original sound – lindsaylohan
That’s right, our favorite former ‘Teenage drama queen’ is ready to make all of her fans’ nostalgia-fueled dreams come true, and show Gen-Z a thing or two about how the It-girls of yesteryear charmed audiences!
Inside Lindsay Lohan’s TikTok
LiLo wasted no time jumping into the world of TikTok! Since posting her first video on February 7th, she has posted four TikToks and currently has 2.1 MILLION likes. Gretchen Weiners would think those numbers are “So fetch!”
Lohan’s latest video gave viewers the gift of nostalgia when she paid tribute to her theatrical debut, the 1998 remake of the
@lindsaylohan you heard it here first. #theparenttrap ♬ original sound – MD
Lohan, who played twin sisters with completely opposite personalities who were also separated at a young age after their parents’ divorce, gave a nod to the scene where sophisticated twin Annie James asks the iconic question to her California cool sister Hallie Parker, “Do you want to know the difference between us? I have class and you don’t!”
The video quickly took TikTok by storm, and quickly received multiple comments from well-known accounts! E! News proudly showed support, posting “Tell ‘Em Lilo!” The official TikTok account even chimed in and wrote, “oh, don’t do this to me. I’m already seeing double!”
The creation of her own account isn’t the first time the “Mean Girls” star had been heavily featured on TikTok.
Last year, a clip of an interview Lohan did with David Letterman back in 2013 resurfaced on the app and generated lots of commentary surrounding the way Letterman chose to poke fun at Lohan’s troubled past for the majority of the interview, instead of focusing on her then-current project, “Scary Movie 5.”
According to Distractify, Letterman continuously chose to focus on Lohan’s multiple rehab stays and barely spoke about the film. In the clip, Lohan briefly entertains Letterman’s comments about her treatment while looking visibly uncomfortable while the audience cheered Letterman on.
The clip generated a lot of conversation in the comments section, including a comment from singer Madison Beer, where she says “This is wrong on so many levels.”
What’s Next For TikTok’s Latest Star?
TikTok may be seeing double, but what could Lohan’s future videos on the app look like? Hopefully, she will use the app’s “duet” feature to recreate more memorable scenes from her legendary filmography with some of her past co-stars!
Perhaps there could be a duet between Lohan and her ‘Parent Trap’ co-star Elaine Hendrix, who played Meredith Blake, the twins’ delightfully villainous future stepmother? Hendrix once made a TikTok with her bestie Lisa Ann Walter, the actress who brought the Parkers’ beloved housekeeper Chessy, to life.
Or maybe she could film herself trying Hallie’s favorite snack Oreos and peanut butter? There’s no end to the possibilities for future TikTok gems from Lindsay Lohan, but in the meantime, we’ll be watching the star’s creative genius excel on a loop!