Friday, 18 years after Mean Girls cemented its status as a teen favorite and ode to Americana, Lindsay Lohan released her version of “Jingle Bell Rock.”
The song was released by the actress as a part of the Falling for Christmas soundtrack, which will air on Netflix the following week just in time for the holidays. The actress portrays an unfortunate hotel heiress with amnesia in the new movie who falls in love with the beautiful lodge owner. “Break out your [camcorder emoji] because yes, that is Lindsay Lohan singing Jingle Bell Rock in the Falling For Christmas trailer!” Netflix posted on Twitter.
Although Bobby Helms recorded the song as a Christmas classic in 1957, it had a notable appearance in the 2004 comedy film directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey. In the movie’s well-known “Jingle Bell Rock” sequence, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried appeared alongside Lindsay Lohan, who played Cady Heron.
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The Falling for Christmas teaser debuted Lohan’s most recent version of the holiday song, which also features Ali Tomineek. The song is peppy as to be expected, and the Mean Girls reference adds a pleasant touch of nostalgia.