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Lindsay Lohan in Italian Ad for Fornarina

Didn't Lindsay Lohan Used to Have a Career?

This commercial for fashion brand Fornarina reminds me of a parody of those awesome Electric Company skits with people teaching you how to say words by breaking them up into syllables. ("Luh. . .ame, Lame"). Oh, Lindsay. Clean your act up and get back into acting. You really weren't half bad.

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bigestivediscuit bigestivediscuit 8 years
truly and utterly pathetic.
lickety-split lickety-split 8 years
i thought it was perfect for her; fake, annoying and stupid. i'm really tired of all things lohan. maybe she can buy her clan an island and they can go away for the next 50 years of so. go. a-way.
KMattes KMattes 8 years
When I first saw this, I couldn't quite place what was so...familiar about it. But you totally nailed it: Electric Company!! Good call.
Soapboxer Soapboxer 8 years
Was that a Barbazon commercial?
danixk danixk 8 years
ok, so splash, flash, crash, ALL have to do with fashion! who knew!?
amloveaffair amloveaffair 8 years
She looks waaaaaaay too skinny!
mnxygrl mnxygrl 8 years
I didn't think it was real at first. One of the lamest commercials ever
mscc mscc 8 years
noone noone 8 years
what? LoL at gigglesugar Clueless about fashion 3 hint Euro,80s and retro
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