mean girls lindsay lohan 'Mean Girls' Nintendo game: Lindsay Lohan cropped out?
Did Nintendo decide that Lindsay Lohan‘s party girl ways warrant her exclusion from the “Mean Girls” Nintendo DS game? Perhaps.

]]>Rachel McAdams‘ Regina, Amanda Seyfried‘s Karen and Lacey Chabert‘s Gretchen. But Lindsay Lohan’s Cady is nowhere to be found, even though the description of the game says: “Rumors. Lies. Intrigue. It’s High School. Based on the hit Paramount movie. Follow the misadventures of Cady from Jingle Bell Rock to the School Prom.” Since the game is about Cady, it’s weird that she would be left off the cover. Lindsay has recently been making news as her life continues to sadly spiral out of control, so maybe the Nintendo marketing department felt it a bad image to include on their game. On the other hand, it’s not like Lindsay was photoshopped out of the picture. As you can see above, the poster doesn’t show her standing with the rest of the Plastics. She is off to the side, away from the original “mean girls.” Nintendo DS games aren’t actually very big, only a few inches by a few inches, so maybe Nintendo just didn’t want to shrink the movie poster picture down that small and instead just used the three main “mean girls.” That would make sense, since Lindsay isn’t a “plastic” to begin with and eventually ends up eschewing that clique at the end of the movie. What do you guys think? Left off on purpose? Thanks to our friends at PopEater for the tip! Follow Zap2it’s Dish Rag on Twitter and Facebook and Zap2it Andrea on Twitter for the latest TV, movie and celebrity news. More Lindsay Lohan dish: Lindsay Lohan tweets about ‘psychically’ abusive dad
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