Lindsay Lohan Throws Some Epic Shade When Asked About Paris Hilton: 'Who's That?'
Getty
See More of the Worst Celebrity Feuds of All Time

The heiress called LiLo "beyond...lame and embarrassing" on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" last month.

Lindsay Lohan is keeping her feud with Paris Hilton alive.

During an appearance on Australian radio show "The Kyle and Jackie O Show" Monday, LiLo was asked about the status of her relationship with her former BFF, who called her "beyond...lame and embarrassing" during a recent appearance on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen."

"Who's that?" Lohan said at the mere mention of Hilton. "Who's that?"

The "who's that?" move, of course, was made famous by Mariah Carey in the early 2000s when she pretended not to know pop rival Jennifer Lopez.

Anyway, enough with the history lesson. Let's get back to LiLo.

"Nothing really makes me angry," the "Mean Girls" star continued. "I have no problems with anyone in my life, and I'm grateful for that. I'm a very loving person. I mean, if it's going to be good press for someone else, even in a negative way, then I'll pray for them."

The hosts asked the actress if she'd always been so "easy breezy" or if that was a mentality she'd adopted over the years.

"I think when you're younger, it hits you a little bit differently," she replied. "But as time goes on and you age and you kind of roll with the punches, you realize, 'Don't sweat the small stuff.'"

Last month, after Paris' shady "WWHL" comments, Lindsay shared two throwback photos -- one with Paris from 2005 and another with her sister, Nicky Hilton. LiLo captioned the Paris pic, "#Beyond friends are true. Love Paris Hilton. Congratulations on your new song!" Alongside Nicky's picture, Lindz shared a butterfly emoji, but she's since deleted that post.

Hilton -- who had just released "Best Friend's Ass" starring her well-endowed once-bestie, Kim Kardashian -- took her shot at Lindsay when host Andy Cohen asked her if she could say three nice things about the actress. Paris took a moment to gather her thoughts before letting out, "Beyond..."

When Andy praised her for coming up with something other than an insult, she tacked on, "Lame and embarrassing."

Lohan's rep responded to the comment by saying, "Obviously, Paris needs to feel relevant and is desperate for attention."

Prior to that, Paris and Lindsay hadn't gone at it publicly since July of last year, when Hilton threw some hashtag shade at Lohan while commenting on a Hilton fan account's post. The heiress wrote "#PathologicaLiar" beneath a video stringing together old clips of Lindz giving conflicting descriptions of her relationship with Paris to the paparazzi.

"I'm saying this on tape," Lohan said in one clip. "[Paris] hit me last night for no reason apparently at my friend's house, and I didn't know she'd be there, and she hit me with a drink and poured it all over me, and it hurts, and it's not okay."

The video then flashed to another moment of the two ladies in front of cameras. LiLo backtracked by saying that they were "friends" and that Hilton was a nice person. But in another moment, she called Paris a "c--t" while getting into the car.

It's been well over a decade since the stars aligned and gave us one of the best paparazzi photos of all time: Paris, Lindsay and Britney Spears hopping into a car together -- the "Holy Trinity," if you will.

But in December 2017, Paris told MTV Australia Lohan wasn't supposed to be there.

When asked if she had heard from Lindsay after re-posting the image on its 11th anniversary the month prior, Hilton replied, "Actually, it was just Brit and I out, and then [Lindsay] just like chased us to the car and got in. She wasn't invited. You're not on the list."

Indeed, the car Lindsay crammed herself into the front of was a two-seater.

When the host remarked that the "Mean Girls" star seemed to be doing well in Mykonos, Hilton deadpanned, "Yeah, sure."

Got a story or a tip for us? Email TooFab editors at tips@toofab.com.

view photos Getty See More of the Worst Celebrity Feuds of All Time

Advertisement