Lindsay Lohan says this annoying piece of clothing made her ‘shy’ on ‘Freaky Friday’

Lindsay Lohan opened up in a recent interview about feeling insecure about her body while filming Freaky Friday.

“I was so shy,” said the actor, who was 17, when the 2003 remake of the 1976 body-swapping comedy was released. Allure said in the video published on Thursday.

In particular, the then-teenage star was worried about wearing low-rise trousers, a staple of the early 00s. Lohan recalled that she “wanted” to wear pants because she “wanted to be cool”, but nevertheless spent a lot of time worrying about how she looked in them.

“I was always nervous about how my belly looked if it was flat enough,” she told Allure. “Like it was my big thing on set.”

Now, she says, she realizes that there was no need to be so self-critical.

“I look back and wonder why I was so hard on myself?” she added.

Lohan is far from the only person who has found low-rise jeans to be a source of stress. Clothing has been making a comeback over the past few years, prompting waves of half-panic jokes from people who are decidedly not thrilled at the prospect of wearing them again.

Lohan’s Freaky Friday co-star Jamie Lee Curtis showed last month that they are in talks about a possible sequel to the film.