Here's two minutes and 56 seconds of the purest, cringiest Christmassy song you'll hear all year long.

It's been (GASP!) 18 long, long years. But it's finally happened. Lindsay Lohan has released 'Jingle Bell Rock' - the iconic Christmas track from her hilarious comedy.

'Mean Girls' was released way, way back in 2004 and has gone on to become a behemoth of a pop culture reference when chatting in your daily life with your friends or colleagues who have also seen the film over 100 times.

Anyway, the talent show segment where the 'Jingle Bell Rock' tape stops (and Gretchen Wieners kicks the stereo into Jason's face) and Lindsay Lohan and co have to improvise by singing the rest of the song has gone down as one of the most hilarious happenings in the whole movie - especially with Regina George's mom June ("I'm not a regular mom, I'm a cool mom") crunking in the audience with her video recorder. Heck, even Ariana Grande referenced the moment in her 'thank u, next' music video.

For those who have yet to listen to a Christmas song this year, it's time to get down and get those turkey thighs slapping. Here's the Lindsay Lohan version of 'Jingle Bell Rock'. Finger's crossed we get a music video.

For those not in the know, Lindsay Lohan is not just back on the 'Jingle Bell Rock' scene, she's also back on the acting scene too. This cover of the Bobby Helms classic will feature in her upcoming Christmas Netflix film 'Falling For Christmas', which releases on the streaming service next week.

If the synopsis for the film sounds like one of those off-the-shelf Hallmark movies - that's because it is. It will see her play a newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress who gets into a devastating skiing accident, leaving her with amnesia. She then gets taken in by a handsome lodge owner (Chord Overstreet) and presumedly they fall madly in love.

Lohan was spotted filming scenes for her upcoming Ireland-based film 'Irish Wish' around Temple Bar in Dublin back in October. The romantic comedy will be released at some point in the new year.

'Falling For Christmas' will be released on Netflix on November 10.