When she questioned why she did not star in the tribute of "Evil Girls" of Ariana Grande, the actress said it was too far to fly from the United Arab Emirates.
Ariana Grande Thanks U, Next video dropped in November. It was a tribute to some of the best films and had the participation of many celebrities, including Mean Girls and Legally Blonde stars like Jonathan Bennett and Jennifer Coolidge.
A face was absent: Dubai resident Lindsay Lohan
O Freaky Friday actress appeared on Jenny McCarthy's SiriusXM program, and the radio hostess asked Lohan about her absence.
"They probably could not get in touch with me, I think," Lohan said. "I do not know. It's not so easy to simply fly from Dubai."
The video, however, received her seal of approval, with Lohan saying, "It's great … I love the video."
For the version of Grande, the personage of Lohan, Cady Heron, was interpreted by the ex- singer Victorious co-star Elizabeth Gillies.
The star of Mean Girls & # 39; made Dubai his home
It is not the first time Lindsay Lohan speaks publicly about life in the emirate.
"I feel very comfortable in the United Arab Emirates," she told the Dubai-based magazine. Ahlan! last year. "I can be myself – not followed or judged. People take a different approach … and I really admire it. Everyone is very welcoming. "
She added that the best thing about living in the UAE is that there is no "paparazzi".
Lohan also spoke about buying one of the Dubai World Islands, with plans to renovate it in "Lindsayland" with a new restaurant, luxury cabanas and water sports.
Watch the complete Thanks U, Next video here:
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Updated: January 10, 2019 at 4:45 p.m.