Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan tweets about Brexit; Internet has a field day. Actress Lindsay Lohan pictured Sept. 30 2014 rehearses a scene from "Speed-the-Plow" by David Mamet at the Playhouse Theatre in London.Reuters

Lindsay Lohan was one among the many who was curiously awaiting the results of Britain's historic vote on whether to leave the European Union or not, and she constantly kept Twitter users entertained with her take on the subject.

Ths actress, known for her work in "Mean Girls" and "The Parent Trap," was live-tweeting the results of the referendum and she threw her support on the Remain vote. Lohan also praised parts of Britain that voted to remain in the European Union and mocked those who chose to leave. She also commented on the news that the British pound had dropped against the dollar, writing: "Good luck with the pound.. will take you about 15 years to get it back up #REMAIN instead."

Using a catchphrase from her movie "Mean Girls," Lohan wrote: "We should all be sitting together."

Lohan's unusual tweets initially sparked concern that her microblogging account was hacked, but she assured her fans that it wasn't the case. "#remain #REMAIN @standardnews #remain #REMAIN @Telegraph unlike OBAMA's recent setback @BBCWorld i have not been hacked," she wrote.

Check out some of Lohan's tweets below:

While many praised Lohan for being passionate about the outcome of Britain exiting the European Union, a good number of people mocked her, calling her an expert on British politics and economy.
"I only go on twitter to get British politics updates from expert Lindsay Lohan.#Brexit," one wrote. "Lindsay Lohan is a Brexit expert. The UK votes to Leave. Donald Trump could be President. What's up with the world?" another questioned.

"Lindsay Lohan doesn't know where England is. Her Russian boyfriend obviously hijacked her Twitter. #Brexit," yet another Twitter user commented.

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