Lindsay Lohan Explains Why Her Accent Is So Strange
Madonna, is that you?
Though Lindsay Lohan played a British girl in The Parent Trap many years ago, people are confused by her strange new accent.
The actress was in Athens, Greece talking to reporters when fans quickly noticed her accent sounded like a combination of Irish, Australian, Greek, and even French.
After the social media firestorm, the 30-year-old tweeted about her ever-changing accent.
Though it all seems super bizarre, the Mean Girls star actually has a good reason for her changing inflection.
"It's a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn," she said to 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."
Lindsay isn’t the only person to suddenly develop a new accent — Madonna was widely mocked for picking up a British accent when she moved to England.
In fact, the Material Girl even announced the winner of the Turner prize in a British accent back in 2001.
"She does naturally pick up on languages and sounds of people around her. It's certainly not meant as an [affectation]," her spokesperson Liz Rosenberg said at the time.
"When she's back in New York for a while, she gets right into the 'New Yawk' sound."
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