Lindsay Lohan commented on Ariana's Grande's 'Mean Girls' inspired video and no-one knows what to think
Ariana Grande has definitely had a huge amount to deal with recently, but that hasn't stopped her from being incredibly productive in the music scene, releasing a hit album and touring across the world. Now, she's set to set the internet ablaze once more with her latest music video.
For the music video for 'Thank U, Next', it looks like the 25-year-old pop star is taking some inspiration from 2004's hit teen comedy (and let's face it, one of the best all round), Mean Girls.
The video is set to drop this Friday, but in the build-up, Grande has been teasing some of it in advance - including these snaps of her in costume as Regina George.
She also revealed that she's got a larger cast around her, including some re-casting choices (Elizabeth Gillies from Victorious and Dynasty as Cady) and the return of some of the original cast, including Jonathan Bennett returning as Aaron (has he aged a day?).
Then came the teaser for the video - which, despite the fact it's mad we're getting trailers for music videos, is pretty damn great:
Once the tease, which depicts people spreading rumours about Grande in the same fashion they did with Regina George in the film, hit the internet - fans went wild for it.
However, given her often-bizarre behaviour in recent years, many were eager to see how Lindsay Lohan responded to the video, especially given the fact that her role has been taken by another actress. And while her comment may seem supportive, some are reading it as a back-handed compliment.
In the caption she wrote: "Behind the scenes 🎬 ain't nobody Lindsay Lohan like the real Lindsay Lohan. But so flattered by @arianagrandeloving #MeanGirls so much! Also, I love #dynasty"
This isn't the first time Lohan has interacted with Ariana Grande on Instagram before, as she has left a few, let's say, odd, comments in the past. Back in 2016, she commented on a selfie of the pop star to simply say "Too much makeup". Not only that, but she did it on three separate posts...
Whether Lohan is being genuine or not, or even poking fun at herself, when she says she is "flattered" by the new Mean Girls-inspired video, it's clear she wants to remind everyone that "nobody Lindsay Lohan like the real Lindsay Lohan" - and she just might be right when it comes to that.