Rachel Bilson in her "Call Me Doctor" rap video.
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Rachel Bilson oozes high-fashion meets girl-next-door appeal, and if you've watched her on TV (Hart of Dixie, anyone?) she's HARDLY a mean girl. In fact, she's kinda, really, super adorbs. Like, ALL the time. So much, in fact, that Karl Lagerfeld even calls her one of his muses. But today Rachel released a Funny or Die music video called "Call Me Doctor" in which she ditches her sweet persona for a badass rapper who drops F bombs, disses former onscreen bestie Mischa Barton, and sports grills. This parody TOTALLY reminds us of Natalie Portman's Saturday Night Live Digital Short rap video except Rachel's involves WAY more fashion and WAY less swearing. (We gotta give it up for N Ports in that KILLER performance, though. *slow clap*) The lyrics, written by Rach's Hart of Dixie castmates Scott Porter and Wilson Bethel, even bring up this comparison, saying, "And if Natalie get mad at me, remind her who the Black Swan," followed by a creepy death stare. OK, fine! We get it! Rachel goes hard! We'll give her that much, but we NEED to discuss all these fashion references she's dropping ASAP. Let's dive in, shall we?