Actor lets loose on social media, praising the pure hearted people of the Shetlands and saying she once lived in Manchester
Talk about Freaky Friday: Lindsay Lohan has woken up a passionate supporter for Remain.
The 29-year-old actor, best known for her star turns in Mean Girls and other teen films that defined the early 2000s, has been sharing her thoughts on the EU referendum with her millions of followers on social media. Stars: theyre just like us!
A short video Lohan posted on Instagram in dramatic black and white showed her watching the BBCs news coverage, with results showing Clackmannanshire voting 58% to remain.
The clip which features the occasional rude word opens with a close-up of the logo of her Chanel bag and features her fianc, the Russian billionaire Egor Tarabasov (who was posting his own updates on the excitement).
#besmart pay attention and work hard to buy @chanelofficial #remain wheres Sunderland? Does Sarah Palin live there? Lol, she wrote in the caption.
Lohan also shared the clip with her 9.28 million followers on Twitter, prompting one user to dub her the queen of posting about British politics. Her retweeting of him is in this case presumed to indicate an endorsement.
After retweeting a Pew Environment story about the US National Park Services maintenance backlog, demonstrating her ability to campaign on more than one issue at a time, Lohan added that small shops should pay more attention.
Her fervent belief that Britain remain a part of the EU aside, Lohan expressed some confusion as to the location of Kettering. (A later tweet indicated this woman was a reference to Sarah Palin, but failed to shed light on why she referred to her at all.)
Though Lohan was pleased to learned the pure hearted people of the Shetlands had voted to remain, she was disappointed by the result in Manchester, where she said she had once lived.
After her several posts on the looming threat of Brexit caused confusion among her followers, Lohan felt moved to clarify that she had not been hacked, adding somewhat ominously, unlike OBAMAs recent setback. It is not known what Lohan was referring to.
She then switched back to Instagram, where she is followed by 4.6 million people, to share another clip of the BBCs coverage, this time overlaid with a touch of her own: #remain and the peace-sign emoji.
Lohans father, Michael Lohan, was born in Galway.
Her bio on Instagram lists her interests as Cinema. Art. Music. Save Children Suffering.
On Twitter, Lohan gave more insight into her reasons for supporting Remain.
A tweet reading for the love of #themajestyherqueen can we please #REMAIN and READ BEFORE WE SPEAK? tagging three Twitter accounts belonging to the Daily Mail and also the Financial Times was deleted minutes after it was posted.