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Paris Hilton calls frenemy Lindsay Lohan 'lame' on talk show

ANI | Washington DC | Updated: 15-05-2019 20:45 IST | Created: 15-05-2019 18:32 IST
Paris Hilton calls frenemy Lindsay Lohan 'lame' on talk show
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Paris Hilton recently opened about her frenemy Lindsay Lohan, calling her "lame" and "embarrassing" on a talk show. According to People, Hilton featured on Tuesday's episode of 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen' where she was asked to say three nice things about the 'Mean Girls' star during a game of Plead the Fifth.

Instead of opting to plead the fifth, the 38-year-old singer answered vaguely by saying Lohan "is beyond." Cohen quickly responded by saying, "That's good. That's pretty nice for you to say she's beyond."

However, the singer was quick to clarify that she's no fan of Lohan, adding that she is "lame" and "embarrassing." Later on the show, Hilton also spoke about whether she would ever appear on The Real Housewives franchise. "First of all I'm not a housewife, I'm not married, I probably never will be."

This is not the first time the singer took a jab at Lohan, her longtime frenemy. In July 2018, Hilton took a trip down memory lane when she commented on a video from a fan account of compiled footage showing Lohan in 2006.

Lohan is seen making accusatory statements towards Hilton and then walking them back later, leading Hilton to comment about Lohan's tendency to lie. In the compilation post, Lohan is seen approaching paparazzi and accusing Hilton of throwing a drink at her the night before at a party. The next video shows Hilton on a different night asking Lohan to tell the truth.

In 2017, Hilton distanced herself from the 'Mean Girls' star when discussing the famous photo, taken in 2006, featuring Lohan, Hilton and Britney Spears grinning inside a car during a night out. "Actually, it was just Brit and I [going] out," Hilton had told MTV Australia, according to People. "And then [Lindsay] chased us to the car and got in. She wasn't invited."



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