Lindsay Lohan Was Once Scolded By Jane Fonda For Arriving Late On Set: “I Was So Embarrassed”

Lindsay Lohan says she was “embarrassed” to be scolded by Jane Fonda about being late.

The Mean Girls star was reprimanded by the Oscar-winning legend when she left her “waiting” on the set of the 2007 comedy Georgia Rule, something that led to it “never” happening again.

Speaking in Vogue’s Life in Looks video series, the 35-year-old actress said: “I remember I was like three minutes late, and it was out that I was like three hours late. It was three minutes.”

“And [Fonda] was waiting for me tapping her feet being like, ‘Lindsay, we’re all waiting,’”

Lohan said, “I was so embarrassed, it never happened again.”

She admitted to being “nervous” to work with Fonda but learnt a lot from the Grace and Frankie star, such as “being a female on set and how she takes charge.”

Lohan added: “I just really admired her and learned so much from her.”

In the video, Lohan also revealed that she wanted to play Regina George in 2004’s Mean Girls but director Mark Waters and writer Tina Fey thought she was better as Cady Heron. The role of Regina eventually went to Rachel McAdams.  

She said: “Mark Waters, the director, was insistent that I played Cady and so was Tina. They were like, ‘No, no, no you’re the lovable one, you have to play Cady.’ So I was so eager to get into the transitional part of, ‘Okay, let’s get to the pretty part of Cady.’”

The Freaky Friday star is slated to appear in the Netflix original Christmas movie, due out later this year, opposite the former Glee star Chord Overstreet. 

Watch Lohan’s Vogue video here:


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