Busy Philipps Tries Her Best To Emulate Lindsay Lohan's Mykonos Dance Moves

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Sep. 2 2018, Published 5:57 p.m. ET

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Busy Philipps was so inspired by Lindsay Lohan's Mykonos dance clip that went viral over the weekend that she and her buddy decided to try them on their own. Who boogied better, though?

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The former Mean Girls star partied onboard a boat on the popular Greek island recently, where someone took a video of her getting down next to some scantily clad women and men.

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Social media was split on how they felt regarding her moves. "I can’t stop cringing" and "she’s really letting loose" were just two of the many comments left about Lindsay's solo dance party.

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Busy was here for it, and encouraged her followers to be like the 32-year-old. "It's labor day weekend! Get down like Lindsay in Mykonos!" she captioned the clip.

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She took it a step further by emulating Lindsay's dance moves in a video with her BFF Kelly Oxford.

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Busy full on admitted that it her moves aren't as easy as they may look. "Honestly, it's weirdly harder to nail than it seemed," she admitted, while adding a "respect" for LiLo. Could this become the next "In My Feelings" challenge?

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Who gets your vote for better dancer: Busy or Lindsay? Sound off in the comments! 


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