According to Busy Philips, Kelly Oxford’s and her rendition of Lindsay Lohan’s dance-video wasn’t meant to be malevolent. The Dawson’s Creek alum, who spoke with Us Weekly, said it “was really just in good fun.”
The actress added that she and Kelly weren’t trying to make fun of her, and it “wasn’t mean-spirited.” Busy said she and her friend were sitting at home with their kids, talking about how Lindsay is living the dream in Greece, so they decided, “Let’s do this, and it was fun.”
The 39-year-old later addressed Lindsay’s response the following week, she said, “I said I was dead.” As it was previously reported, the 32-year-old Mean Girls alum made headlines nearly two weeks ago when she was flipping her hair and dancing at her club in Mykonos, Greece, on the 31st of August.
Later, Philips and Oxford, 41, imitated Lohan’s moves on the ‘Gram and shared it for everyone. Busy and Oxford said imitating Lindsay’s moves was “weirdly harder to nail” than they had initially expected.
The week after the post came out, Lohan said, “It’s so beautiful raising this awareness,” and Busy wrote in response, “I’m actually deceased.” As fans of Lindsay know, following her fall from Hollywood, she moved on to entrepreneurialism and reality TV.
She emigrated to Greece and opened up a nightclub which has received glowing praise so far, with many people writing on Yelp that they had a blast while at the club.
Lohan’s even had some all-star guests at her venue like the ex-boyfriend of Kylie Jenner, Tyga, who recently scored a charting-song for the first time in a while.
Whether Busy and Katie were making fun of Lohan or not, one has to respect Lindsay’s resilience and ability to adapt to changing circumstances, especially after her series of charges and public altercations.