Lindsay Lohan has created a buzz anew after she recreated her iconic line in the 1998 flick "Parent Trap."

The 35-year-old former Disney star took fans down memory lane when she posted the TikTok video Saturday, which easily amassed 1.3 million likes.

"Yes, you want to know the difference between us?" Lohan lip-syncs to her character, Hallie Parker. She goes on to mimic her other character, Annie James, who replies, "I have class and you don't."

A fan tweeted Lohan's now-viral TikTok video and wrote, "'you heard it here first. #theparenttrap' — Lindsay Lohan via TikTok."

Lohan got her breakthrough role at the age of 10 when she played the role of identical twins Hallie and Annie in "Parent Trap." Separated at birth, the sisters end up on the same summer camp and learn about each other's existence. Eventually, they decide to switch places before returning home and even stitch up a plan to get their mother (Natasha Richardson) and father (Dennis Quaid) back together.

Lohan previously expressed gratitude to director Nancy Meyers when the movie turned 23 in July 2021.

On her Instagram page, Meyers posted a clip featuring the best moments from the famous film and wrote, "@TheParentTrap came out 23 years ago today. Thank you for all of the love sent my way over the years about this film. I've enjoyed all of your DMs, photos, parties, costumes, handshake videos and just general sweetness."

Lohan responded to Meyers' post, writing, "Thank you for the opportunity of a lifetime Nancy." Meyers replied, "Love you always Linds."

In 2020, Lohan virtually reunited with her co-stars Quaid and Elaine Hendrix for a fundraising project initiated by journalist Katie Couric. During the reunion, Couric asked writer and producer Charles Shyer about how they picked Lohan for the dual role.

"We narrowed it down to six girls. I think Lindsay might have been the second or third girl up. Within two or three minutes, we both knew she had the part. She was just amazing," Shyer replied.

Meyers said Lohan was an easy choice because of her natural star quality. "Putting aside how adorable she looked. She had that quality that sort of left up at you and hold you in. I think to be a movie star, you need to have that connection with the camera," the director explained.

Couric uploaded a video of the virtual reunion on her Instagram page and noted, "After chatting with @nmeyers during an IG Live - we decided that we should try and see if we could pull off getting the Parent Trap gang back together again for the first time since 1998 -- and guess what, we actually did it."

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Lindsay Lohan poses on the red carpet ahead of the MTV Europe Music Awards at the Bizkaia Arena in the northern Spanish city of Bilbao on November 4, 2018. Getty Images/Ander Gillenea