Lindsay Lohan Has An Opinion About Ariana Grande’s Makeup

November 20, 2016 / Posted by:

Lindsay Lohan seems like she’s bored. It also looks like she might need some attention paid to her. It’s Lindsay Lohan, so put those two compulsions together and you’ll understand why she suddenly decided to troll Ariana Grande on Instagram. It’s what happens when speaking with a bullshit accent from the imaginary country (The United Republic of Busted) you’re from loses its luster.

Lindsay was probably taking her 3 AM cigarette/Instagram break when she happened upon an Ariana Grande selfie, featuring the donut licker posing with her Hairspray Live! co-star Dove (White Beauty Bar) Cameron. Lindsay apparently felt that Ariana wasn’t keeping it easy, breezy, beautiful and exercised her right as an American international yacht girl to say so.

The “Into You” singer, who will star as Penny in NBC’s “Hairspray Live” next month, posted a photo of herself and co-star Dove Cameron in ’60s hair and makeup.

That’s when Lohan went in and left the shady Instagram comment to end all shady Instagram comments.

“Too much make up,” she wrote amid Grande’s other followers’ adoring comments.

The Art of Shade (via The Huffington Post) noted that Lindsay felt so strongly about Ariana’s face choices that she left the same comment on two more posts.

#lindsaylohan went on three #arianagrande posts and commented: #toomuchmakeup

A photo posted by The Archive of Shade (@theartofshade_) on

Ariana’s fans weren’t in love with this.

“Why are u so mean to her?!” one user asked. “What did she ever do wrong to u?!?! She is soooo kind with a pretty heart.”

Another wrote, “WEAR AS MUCH MAKEUP AS YOU WANT.” They also flooded Lohan’s Instagram account with angry comments.

Lindsay might have thought she was being helpful. No one paints a face with such skillful subtlety as Lindsay Lohan. If she really had an issue with Ariana as a person, she would have found an emoji of a donut with an American flag sticking out of it to plunk down on her post labeled “#choices.

Pics: Instagram

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