Lindsay Lohan explained that “Girls Who Are Being Honored at ‘Falling at Christmas’

As Damien so brilliantly said in 2004 I mean girlsEveryone in the English-speaking world knows the song “Jingle Bell Rock”. You know, because Plastics perform a naughty-than-cute classic of Bobby Helms at the high school talent show “Every Year”. In the iconic scene of the movie, Lindsay Lohan’s Cady Heron saves the day by starting a Capella Singalong song after a mishap on stage. For the first time since then, fans can hear these sounds again: Lohan sings an updated version of “Jingle Bell Rock” at the end of her new Netflix movie, Falling in Christmas.

What’s more is the story of how the track was made into the movie. Stop at NBC The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon On Thursday, November 10, Lohan explained that the whole thing actually started out as a joke. “I was joking with the producers and the director, and I was like, ‘Oh, that would be cool to do that, you know, like a ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ sitcom. Nor should I say that because they went straight to, ‘Oh, let’s recreate I mean girls talent show scene,” she recounted to a late-night host. “I was like, ‘Oh no, no. You can’t touch I mean girls. Sorry… you can’t do that. Then they said, “Oh, can you do the song?” And so I was like, I have to sing the song.”

During an interview day Living with Kelly and Ryan The next morning, she also shared more details about how the inclusion of “Jingle Bell Rock” on the soundtrack was the result of a “mistake” on her part. Describing again her “great idea” of pitching the idea as a joke by directors and producers, she added that her initial idea was to recreate the scene – provocative dance and all – for a “misleading reel” to close the holiday movie.

It was eventually she who rejected the idea, before at least agreeing to the request of her creative team to record a new stage show “Jingle Bell Rock” for the film. “And then they forget about it,” she told hosts Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest. “The movie was finally edited, and they were like, ‘Can you do that song please? And I was like, “Okay.”

Peek at fans first Luhan “Jingle Bell Rock” In the Falling in Christmas The trailer that was dropped in early October. In the film, she plays a “pampered and newly engaged hotel heiress” who suffers from complete amnesia after having a skiing accident. With no memory of who she really is, she finds herself in the care of a handsome blue-collar inn owner (Chord Overstreet) and his daughter in the days leading up to Christmas. a week ago Falling in Christmas It premiered, and the actor also released the song as a single on November 4.

In a previous interview with The Hollywood ReporterLohan said her comeback to acting felt “like riding a bike.” It’s just inside of me. She said. “Doing movies, and playing a character, brings me so much joy to be able to share a story with people. Taking people with me on that journey is a blessing.”

Perhaps that’s why Netflix expects “Lohanaissance is ahead.”

Falling in Christmas streaming now.

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