What Lindsay Lohan Thinks About Ariana Grande's Upcoming 'Mean Girls'-Inspired Music Video
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Sadly, it doesn't look like Lohan herself will be in the final product.

Ariana Grande will pay homage to Lindsay Lohan in her upcoming "thank u, next" music video and Linds is feeling the love ... and, perhaps, a little shady.

The truly iconic 2004 movie "Mean Girls" is one of four Grande references in the new video, along with "Legally Blonde," "Bring It On" and "13 Going on 30."

While we'll have to wait until later this week to see it in full, a teaser dropped today, filled with Plastic goodness. Not only does the clip include OG film stars Jonathan Bennett and Stefanie Drummond, but previous preview pics also showed "Dynasty" star Elizabeth Gillies looking eerily similar to Lohan's Cady Heron (above).

All this clearly caught Lindsay's attention, as she took to her Instagram page on Tuesday to react to all the online talk.

"Ain't nobody Lindsay Lohan like the real Lindsay Lohan," she wrote, before turning her subtle shade into admiration.

"But so flattered by @arianagrande loving #MeanGirls so much," she continued. "Also, I love #dynasty"

Lohan's not the only one who's taken notice of Grande's social media posts. Both "Legally Blonde" star Reese Witherspoon and "Bring It On" alum Gabrielle Union lovingly retweeted her homages to them as well.

The music video will reportedly drop Friday.

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