Lindsay Lohan Returns to Mean Girls Roots, Releases ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ Cover

Lindsay Lohan Returns to Mean Girls Roots, Releases ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ Cover

Mean Girls fans, this one's for you: Lindsay Lohan just released an official cover of “Jingle Bell Rock.”

In case you don't understand why this is culturally important and instantly iconic, allow us to explain. In 2004's coming-of-age classic Mean Girls, there's a scene in which Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, and Lacey Chabert perform a “sexy” rendition of the holiday tune at their high school's winter talent show. 

When the audio track for their performance becomes, er, unavailable, Lohan's character Cady leads the crowd in an a cappella chorus so the clique can finish their choreography. The scene is one of the most notable in the entire film, and has birthed many a meme. (Amy Poehler with her camcorder? Classic.)

Now, nearly 20 years since Mean Girls was released, Lohan is giving us the gift of nostalgia well before the holiday season officially begins. The actor's cover of the beloved song belongs to the soundtrack of her forthcoming Netflix holiday rom-com Falling for Christmas. 

The movie will follow Lohan as a newly engaged and spoiled hotel heiress who suffers from total amnesia after a skiing accident. Former Glee star Chord Overstreet will play the handsome, blue-collar lodge owner who takes her under his care in the days before Christmas. The movie will hit the streamer next week, on November 10. Lohan is making her lead-actor comeback with the Christmas flick; she recently signed a multipicture deal with Netflix that will give us another Lohan rom-com in 2023 called Irish Wish

In an interview with People earlier this week, Lohan shared that she cried when Falling for Christmas wrapped production. “I hadn't been on a romantic comedy movie set in so long—it was almost like a rebirth,” she said. 

We are so ready for the Lohan-aissance! Listen to Lindsay Lohan's 2022 version of “Jingle Bell Rock" below, and also check out the full trailer for Falling for Christmas

This article first appeared on Teen Vogue.

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