Lindsay Lohan reveals we've been saying her name wrong all these years
Mind = Blown.
Lindsay Lohan has revealed that we’ve been pronouncing her name wrong all these years.
The actress joined TikTok earlier this month, where she uploaded a quick video to introduce herself to the platform.
In the short video, Lindsay says: "Hey everyone. It’s Lindsay Lohan, and guess what? Now I’m on TikTok."
While fans were delighted that the '00s icon had finally joined the video streaming platform - what really got people talking was how she said her name.
Instead of saying 'Low-han' - like almost everyone else has been saying for years - Lindsay pronounced her last name as ‘Lowen’.
And of course, fans were shook.
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"Have I been pronouncing your name wrong my entire life? I thought it was LoHAAAN.” one person said.
"Wait. Lindsay 'LOWEN'?!? I’ve been saying it wrong my whole life?!?’another wrote.
"Guys none of us knew how to pronounce her last name," a third added.
Another person joked: "I think you pronounced ur name wrong."
Others said they were done trying to pronounce celebrity surnames.
"I can’t with this anymore… first Ariana Grande, then Taylor Lautner, now you. Have I said any words right in my life??????"
Lindsay never addressed the bombshell she dropped, and soon after posted another video of herself recreating a scene from The Parent Trap.
As a child, Lindsay played the dual role of identical twins Annie and Hallie - her first ever acting role.
The film follows the pair as they accidentally cross paths at a summer camp and decide to switch places in order to make their parents get back together.
In the clip, she lip-synced the Californian twin Hallie mocking her British twin Annie.
Recently, the star announced her engagement to her boyfriend Bader Shammas.
Sharing a photo of the stunning ring on Instagram, she wrote: "My love. My life. My family. My future."
The couple have been dating for two years and have kept their relationship private.