The "Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club" star had no idea she'd started a viral craze when she was dancing at her club.
It's a lot safer than Drake's "In My Feelings" dance challenge, but Lindsay Lohan had no idea she'd even started a craze.
It was well after footage of her dancing at her club in Greece went viral and launched #DoTheLilo that the former child star even found out about the craze. But while Jimmy Fallon was so excited to even talk about it on "The Tonight Show," Lohan had a totally different reaction to the topic.
"It's so embarrassing to me," she lamented. "No, you have to understand that. I'm, like, never dancing again."
Of course, Fallon immediately tried to talk her out of that attitude. And she must not be totally embarrassed by it, as the original footage comes from an upcoming episode of her new MTV reality series, "Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club."
Not to mention that she totally recreated the dance for a "Bird Box" parody filmed for Monday's episode as well. Perhaps the dance represents her greatest fear, and that's why it made sense for it to appear in the clip.
Still, even though we'd already seen it as part of a comedy skit, we'd have loved to see Lohan try and teach Fallon how to pull this one off ... especially the hair flip part. It's an iconic move but he may not have the tresses to pull it off.
Elsewhere, Fallon blew her mind by telling her that "The Parent Trap" is 20 years old now. "I didn't know that, but thank you for aging me," Lohan laughed. "It is trippy that it's been that long."
She wasn't sure about a sequel, though. "I don't know if you could do 'The Parent Trap' again. Like what would they be doing now?" she asked.
"But that's the fun of it," Fallon countered. "Who knows, maybe they'd open up a beach club in Greece."
As for her new show, premiering Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on MTV, Lohan was very tongue-in-cheek about her own "bad girl" past. "It's great because they're the dramatic ones," she said with a knowing laugh of her staff on the show.
Instead, she takes on the boss role, though she says she has a nurturing side in it. "I'm kind but also it's my name so I have to protect myself," she said. "I don't want anyone overstepping me."