At the age of 37, Lindsay Lohan made a stunning appearance at the New York premiere of the Mean Girls musical movie on Monday night. The actress graced the star-studded event in a captivating long-sleeved black dress featuring stylish cutout sections on the sides and a tasteful slit at the bottom. Completing her ensemble, she added a silver sequined belt piece and paired the outfit with elegant black heels adorned with straps. Lindsay accessorized with a necklace and earrings, showcasing a chic and sophisticated look for the occasion.
Wearing her wavy red hair down, one section gracefully falling over her shoulder, Lindsay complemented her look with a perfectly matching black purse. She added the finishing touch with natural-looking makeup, striking a poised pose on the red carpet of the event.
In a Twitter-shared video, viewable below, Lindsay, who became a mother to son Luai in July, was captured arriving at the premiere. Wearing a smile, she graciously waved to her fans while making her way towards the entrance. In response to a question from PEOPLE in another video, asking if she sees herself as a “cool mom” in reference to a famous Mean Girls line, she replied, “I hope so!” Lindsay not only posed solo but also shared the spotlight with Saturday Night Live creator Lorne Michaels and Tina Fey, the original film’s writer. Their collective enthusiasm highlighted their joy in being part of this popular event.
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Lindsay’s presence at the Mean Girls premiere follows her reunion with several co-stars from the movie in a Walmart commercial. In character as Cady, she humorously remarks to Lacey Chabert, in character as Gretchen, as they both acknowledge the iconic “On Wednesdays we wear pink” line, but with a twist: “On Wednesdays we wear pink, but now we shop Walmart Black Friday deals.” Lindsay arrives in a convertible loaded with Walmart shopping bags, capturing the essence of the beloved film in a modern retail context.
The commercial took a nostalgic trip down memory lane by revisiting some of Mean Girls’ most iconic scenes, such as Karen’s (Amanda Seyfried) amusing weather reports and the famed “Jingle Bell Rock” performance featuring the sexy Santa costumes. This throwback resonated strongly with Mean Girls enthusiasts, evoking a sense of nostalgia. Lindsay Lohan, who played a key role in the 2004 original film, was part of this cherished trip down memory lane. The 2024 rendition features Angourie Rice stepping into the role of Cady.