Lindsay Lohan Explains Why She Has A Completely Different, Bizarre New Accent Now

Lindsay Lohan Explains Why She Has A Completely Different, Bizarre New Accent Now

Yesterday the below video surfaced of Lindsay Lohan speaking to reporters outside of her new Greek club aptly named Lohan, about her new favorite topic, refugees. The refugee crisis is a cause near and dear to Lohan’s heart, as she recently announced that she would be donating energy drinks to refugee camps; the same kind that’s served in her nightclub.

The only problem is that her message of solidarity was slightly obscured by her bizarre new manner of speaking, which can only be described as Rosanna Arquette’s character in The Whole Nine Yards meets Tommy Wiseau. Here is an actual excerpt transcribed from the above clip courtesy of Perez Hilton:

We can make everything have a difference. Life should be about celebrating others lives. We should all have peace in all each others lives. And, whether it’s a club, or — I’ve been subjected to clubs, I’m the bad guy for going to the club. People make things up about me. But this is bigger than that.

Well, okay then! After the video surfaced, The Daily Mail reached out to Lohanin an attempt to explain what is going on with her voice, and her immediate response was “je ne sais pas,” or, “I don’t know.” She elaborated, blaming her new lifestyle and desire to broaden her horizons.

Lindsay told the DailyMail.com: ‘It’s a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn. I’ve been learning different languages since I was a child. I’m fluent in English and French can understand Russian and am learning Turkish, Italian and Arabic.’

Of course, Lindsay Lohan is far from the only American entertainer to move to Europe and start talking different, lest we forget the great Britishing of Madonna. But if she keeps this up, she’ll wind up even more confused than Charlie Hunnam.

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