Dont call it a comeback. Rachel Bilson's been here for years, and after watching her new Funny Or Die video, "Call Me Doctor," it looks like she's not going anywhere. In fact, if you criticize her acting, or find her "Hart of Dixie" character Zoe Hart to be unbelievable as a doctor, "Haters get two words: Doogie Howser."
Of course, The CW star isn't the first starlet to start rapping: Natalie Portman spit rhymes about drinking, fighting and not sleeping during a 2006 "Saturday Night Live" skit; Country crooner Taylor Swift turned into T-Swizzle on a track (called "Thug Story") with autotune crooner T-Pain in 2009; and former Disney darling Selena Gomez went hood to promote her hosting duties on the MTV European Music Awards in 2011. But Bilson's way with words is simply uncanny, especially as she digs into her former "O.C." co-star Mischa Barton.
"Summer Roberts back up on the track again/ Peaced out of 'The O.C.', Ben and Brody, deuces!/ Did a couple movies, drank a couple juices!/ Still they comin' at me, like 'Where ya been?'/ You should be askin' Mischa Barton!"
Her "Dixie" co-stars Scott Porter and Wilson Bethel, who wrote and produced the hilarious track, also make appearances in the video, seductively playing to the camera.
Watch Bilson tap into her rap alter ego below.
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