It’s Time Lindsay Lohan Got The VMA Recognition She Deserves

Lindsay Lohan does NOT get enough VMA credit, you guys!

We’ve all watched Lindsay Lohan grow up since her adorable 1998 debut in “The Parent Trap,” even if not everything she’s done since then has been quite as cute. (“Mean Girls” forgives all, though, so it’s cool.) She’s changed a ton since her first VMA appearance way back in 2003, and in case you can’t remember back that far, we’ve compiled some of Lindsay’s best VMAs moments. Let’s start with the oldest, shall we?

2003 VMAs: Ahh, young Lindsay. 2003 was the year “Freaky Friday” hit it big, and Lindsay’s career was skyrocketing after the success of her previous Disney movies “Get A Clue” and “Life-Size.”


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And check out the back, guys!

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Careful, Lindsay. Your strap is falling.

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She even got a kiss from Jason Biggs.

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2005 VMAS: One year after “Mean Girls,” Lindsay was basically a household name. She released her debut album, “Speak,” in 2004 and successfully added “singer” to her list of accomplishments.

Lindsay and Nelly presented the award for Best Female and Male Videos. (Lindsay’s “Rumors” video was nominated for Best Pop Video but lost out to Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone.”

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