It’s easy to forget that Lindsay Lohan is only 25. She has packed a whole lot of drama into these past couple of years, and many considered her a lost cause — or what people in the industry like to call a “train wreck.” She’s known for partying and spending her days in and out of jail, however, she recently claimed that she is on a new party-less path and is trying to turn over a new, sober leaf.
Like we haven’t heard THAT one before…
Next stop: Redemption.
LiLo is doing a full-on public relations coming out party, and the first stop off this comeback train is: The Today Show. In an interview with Matt Lauer scheduled to air on Thursday, Lohan admits that she’s currently in the process of trying to prove herself to the industry.
“I still need to go through the process of proving myself,” she told the morning show host “You know, with SNL, being on time, being, you know, keeping my — can’t say the word — but, stuff together.”
Lohan hasn’t appeared publicly as an actress (but she has as a defendant) for a few years now. She’ll be hosting Saturday Night Live this week, for the first time since her 2006 appearance.
We know what you’re thinking. Saturday Night live after party anyone?
Nope. Don’t expect her to go out afterward:
“[Partying]’s not my thing anymore,” she said. “I went out, actually, a few months ago with a friend. And I was so uncomfortable. Not because I felt tempted, just because it was just the same thing that it always was before. And it just wasn’t fun for me. I’ve become more of a homebody, and I like that.”
MmmHmm. I’m not sure if I believe you Lilo. I’ll believe it when I see or [don’t] see it.
Lindsay Lohan the homebody. Pretty soon she’ll be wearing Christmas sweaters and adopting lots of cats.
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