So, is Lindsay Lohan's new accent Turkish? Arabic? Irish? Please advise
If you haven't heard Lindsay Lohan's new accent, you have to. Right now.
Perez Hilton tweeted out the video earlier this week showing Lohan chatting with reporters at the opening of her nightclub in Greece. There, she debuted her accent. Or maybe accents. We're honestly not sure.
According to Lohan herself, it's definitely not just one accent.
"It’s a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn," she told the Daily Mail. "I’ve been learning different languages since I was a child. I’m fluent in English and French can understand Russian and am learning Turkish, Italian and Arabic."
I mean, Lohan has been quite the world traveler lately. She's been living in London with her possibly abusive ex-boyfriend Egor Tarabasov, opening her club in Greece and reportedly visiting refugee camps in Turkey to deliver energy drinks to the residents, which makes just about as much sense as her weird new accent.
Lohan also tweeted about the scandal, proposing a name for her oddly specific accent that only she seems to have.
"What should I call my new accent? I'm thinking #LILOHAN," she wrote.
And, surprisingly, Lohan's fans are pretty here for it.
And Lohan knows it. She released an "I only speak LiLohan" line of T-shirts, sweaters and tanks that retail from $24.95 to $39.95. According to Daily Mail, part of the proceeds will not only benefit Caudwell Children, which helps disabled children in the U.K., but also The Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency of Turkey, which provides aid to those affected by earthquakes in Turkey and supports Syrian refugees.
"[Represent and I] decided to make the t-shirts to turn mainstream media into something positive for the world," Lohan told Daily Mail, "and [I] thought it would be a nice thing to do. The shirts will support young children suffering and help raise money for Turkey to help with Syrian refugees, I'm very excited we could make this happen!"
She also said if she sold enough by the holiday season, she will recreate that Mean Girls Jingle Bell Rock dance we all know and love.
"YES! I'll do the Jingle Bell Rock but only if it is with the new President," she said.
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