The Masked Singer

The Masked Singer Australia’s Lindsay Lohan reveals the reason she’d never mask up

“I couldn’t do it!”

In the US, there's no celebrity too big to strap on the mask and perform on stage for The Masked Singer. But for actress Lindsay Lohan, who's joined the Aussie guessing panel alongside Dannii Minogue, Jackie O and Dave Hughes, it's just not an option.
"I personally wouldn't go behind the mask," she tells TV WEEK. "I can't imagine how odd it is under there."
While masking up isn't on the cards, Lindsay, 33, does admit there are acting roles on the horizon.
"I had read a few scripts," she explains. "I never said I wasn't going to go back to it [acting], but nothing has come up yet that's been right for me."
Jackie O, Lindsay, Dave Hughes and Dannii Minogue on The Masked Singer.
However, there is one big role that fans are desperate to see her reclaim: Cady Heron in 2004 blockbuster Mean Girls.
Lindsay says she's on board to bring back the iconic teen comedy – which was brought to life by actress and writer Tina Fey – on one condition: the cast return with her.
"I think that's all about timing, just making sure we're all available at the same time," she explains. "But I would love to do that!"
Of course, the beloved flick brought mainstream success for young actresses including Rachel McAdams (The Notebook, Sherlock Holmes, True Detective), Amanda Seyfried (Dear John, Mamma Mia!), and Lizzy Caplan (Masters Of Sex, Castle Rock).
Not to mention, the film also starred comedic legends Amy Poehler, Tim Meadows, Ana Gasteyer and Neil Flynn.
Should a reboot go ahead, there are a lot of actors to line up! But if they manage to get everyone available at the same time, Lindsay reveals she would be on board.
Lindsay with her Mean Girls co-stars Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert and Rachel McAdams.
Fans will have to keep their fingers crossed for a Mean Girls reunion, but, in the meantime, they can enjoy Lindsay's hilarious commentary on the panel of The Masked Singer Australia.
The Masked Singer airs Monday and Tuesday, 7.30pm, on 10.

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