Lindsay Lohan's Legs Are Epic In A 'Mean Girls'-Inspired IG Video

Lindsay Lohan's Legs Are Epic In A 'Mean Girls'-Inspired IG Video
  • Lindsay Lohan showed off her sculpted legs in a new Pepsi commercial on Instagram.

  • In the video, the actress, 36, wore a Mean Girls-inspired Santa Claus dress.

  • To stay fit, Lindsay goes on runs and does interval training on the treadmill. She also meditates regularly.

Lindsay Lohan is giving everyone major nostalgia with her newest Pepsi commercial video on Instagram. The 36-year-old Falling For Christmas starlet wore a holiday-themed dress that showed off her super-toned legs. Fans were also quick to spot the similarities between the dress in the commercial and her iconic Mean Girls Santa dress—think the Jingle Bell Rock scene.

"Feeling nice…or naughty? @Pepsi, let’s make #PilkandCookies happen 🥤 + 🥛+ 🍪," she captioned the post.

As you can imagine, Lindsay's followers were here for the subtle film reference. "You jingle bell rock!🤶🎄," wrote one user. "I saw Lindsay drink Pepsi and milk, so I started drinking Pepsi and milk," another added. "That is so fetch 🙌," a third chimed.

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All Mean Girls references aside, Lindsay looks incredible, but that's no surprise considering how much work she puts in to stay fit.

For starters, she doesn't shy away from cardio. "I’m a treadmill gal. I have one at home, and I love running. It clears my head," she told Vogue. Her treadmill workout consists of speed walking, jogging, and sprinting on an incline, per Health.

On top of the physical benefits she gets from hitting the gym, Lindsay is also a firm believer in the positive impact it has on her mental health. "When you work out, you're also getting endorphins that make you feel good," she told Health. "You're taking time for yourself."

While Lindsay hasn't said much about her diet in recent years, she's been open about her journey with meditation and spirituality. She previously told Health that she slows things down with daily 10 to 15-minute meditations and prayer.

Keep up the great work, Lindsay!

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