Danielle Fishel Plays Lindsay Lohan Playing Liz Taylor

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After spending a few years away from the lime light, we’re happy to say Danielle Fishel is back! We’re very excited for the new series “Girl Meets World” and seeing Danielle Fishel back on TV! This week she’s on The Soup in a hilarious spoof video mocking Lindsay Lohan’s portrayal of Elizabeth Taylor in Liz & Dick.

In a huge black wig, bright red lipstick, and a tight-fitting black dress, Fishel screams “I’m Bored!”—one of the most hilarious lines from Liz & Dick, while also throwing just about everything in her dressing room at the wall.

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