Fans baffled by Lindsay Lohan’s bizarre new accent

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Lindsay Lohan has joined the illustrious ranks of Joey Barton, Madonna and Steve McLaren by picking up a funny accent while hanging out abroad.

The actress left fans scratching their heads and hitting rewind in bemusement when she adopted a weird mixture of Greek, American and Russian to chat to TV reporters in Athens.

These days Li-Lo spends most of her time London and Greece, and was recently romantically involved with a Russian billionaire – enough to give anyone’s vocal chords a bit of a torrid time.

But fans were less than sympathetic, branding her new lilt “weird” and comparing it to Madonna’s Guy Ritchie-period British twang.

One fan tweeted: “Its like a bad impression of Bjork …what in the world is she doing?”, while another wag said: “Lol…she’s speaking as if English is her second language.”

But Lindsay hit back at the comments by cheekily replying: “What should I call my new accent? I’m thinking #LILOHAN”

In fact, she even told the Daily Mail that her weird European lilt is the result of her “thirst for languages” – she’s currently got SIX sets of language classes on the go.

”It’s a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn,” she explained.

”I’ve been learning different languages since I was a child. I’m fluent in English and French can understand Russian and am learning Turkish, Italian and Arabic.”

Lindsay now wants the public choose what her bizarre new accent should be called.

“We should let the people decide,” she cooed.

Hmmm… how about “A little odd”?

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