I’ve added new outtakes photos of Lindsay Lohan posed for ‘US Weekly’ magzine last year. She looks beautiful as usual! Also, behind the scenes photos of New York Times for her movie, ‘The Canyon’ have been added as well!
Lindsay Lohan gave her first post-rehab interview on Sunday’s “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” telling Oprah Winfrey, that “yeah,” she is an addict, and alcohol was her drug of choice.
“That in the past was a gateway to other things for me,” said Lohan, who confessed she’s done cocaine 10 to 15 times.
The starlet explained, “It was like a party thing. People would have it and I would do it.”
Lohan, who insisted she’s never injected anything other than B12, went on to say taking Adderall was another one of her addictions.
But it’s family trouble that the former child star believes kicked off her issues.
“A lot of stuff went on when I was young with my family and I grew up in a very chaotic home…” she told Oprah. “Unfortunately, I waited too long to face it.”
That chaos became “comfortable” and “normal” to the point where Lohan was “addicted” to it, and struggled living a healthy, calm lifestyle — which in turn led to many legal problems and six trips to rehab.
Lohan, who was talking with Oprah four days after her release late last month, said she didn’t take earlier stints in rehab seriously because she had “resentment” about being there, an outlook that landed her in treatment time and again.
After her first DUI, “You would think in that situation, someone would be like ‘Holy sh*t, I need to check myself,” Lohan said, but as an “addict,” she didn’t have that realization.
“It’s the definition of insanity, doing the same thing over and over again,” she acknowledged.
By 2010, when she was sentenced to 90 days in jail, Lohan had a much different attitude
“I somewhere inside knew and kind of wanted to go to jail,” she confessed to the TV personality, admitting, “just to find some peace and have no choice but to just sit and be.”
Released in just weeks due to jail overcrowding, more trouble followed, but Lohan is convinced her recent 90-day stint in rehab was different than ever before.
“I don’t think in the past I ever fully surrendered to the fact that I just needed to shut up and listen. In this case, I wasn’t fighting at all,” she said.
Reflecting on being tabloid fodder for years, Lohan said she “hates” being the symbol for “child star gone wrong,” noting, “It’s not what I ever aspired to be and it’s not what I want for my life.”
But career success was also partially responsible for Lohan’s problems, with the actress admitting she got paid way “too much” at too young of an age, and ended up “wasting” loads of money.
Lohan, who said she’s her “own worst enemy,” told Oprah she believes “there’s nothing that can stand in my way” if she takes what she’s learned the past few months and lives “in the moment.”
“I have to regain the trust of people and my career… and I fully respect that,” she said.
Lohan, who calls herself a “spiritual person,” says she now has an “appreciation” for what she has in her life, and is “tired” of living the way she has for so many years.
She told the former talk show host, “I’ve lived so many lives in one lifetime as this point, and it’s not interesting me to anymore.”
The Mean Girls star went on to say she has “some serious guardian angels” for not injuring herself or anyone else during her wildest of times.
As for her current relationship with her controversial parents, Lohan — who teared up at various points, including talking about her family — said “nobody’s perfect,” and doesn’t believe her family ever exploited her, at least not “intentionally.”
“I hate what a bad rap people give my parents, because they’re just parents, really, at the end of the day,” she said, adding, “I don’t blame anyone for my mistakes.”
Rattling off a list of well-known misdoings, Lohan said, “I did that and I’m not proud of it, and all I can do is keep doing what I’m doing now.”
She vowed to not put herself in certain situations — noting that it’s “open season” for people to judge her if she does — and expressed frustration that it’s “boring” to others if she stays on her path of recovery.
But, Lohan said, that’s exactly what she plans to do.
“I feel whole again,” expressed Lohan, who said she’s off Adderall and all other drugs. ”I have such a desire to want to keep this feeling and stay this way, and I’m willing to do whatever it takes.”
A docu-series about Lohan rebuilding her career and staying sober will air on OWN next year.
Lindsay Lohan has led a troubled adulthood, but her recent stint in rehab seems to have set her on the straight and narrow. But is she really better? The one person who is sure to be able to find the answer is Oprah Winfrey, who interviewed Lohan for an “Oprah’s Next Chapter”segment on OWN.
“She wasn’t out of control. I was more out of control. It was a bad mother/daughter fight,” Lindsay says. “I said a lot of things that were not true that I was saying spitefully. … I was acting out, and I was acting like a crazy person, so I knew what was the one thing that would really trigger her and set her off and hurt her. I wasn’t thinking clearly. … I was really ashamed by that.”
She says she wishes people would take the blame of her downward spiral off of her parents, because she blames herself. “I don’t think anything was intentionally done in that way,” Lindsay says. “They’re just parents, really, at the end of the day.”
I’ve did some updates of Lindsay Lohan on several TV shows like Chelsea Lately and Oprah Next Chapter o the gallery. Also, there are some new photos of Lindsay on the set of her upcoming cameo role in HBO series, Eastbound & Down! Enjoy the photos!
Chelsea Lately > Behind The Scenes – August 5, 2013
Talk Shows > Oprah Next Chapter > Stills – August 18, 2013
Eastbound & Down > On The Set
Lindsay Lohan is thanking her fans for their support while she was in rehab.
‘The Canyons’ star has launched a new website since completing 90 days of court-ordered treatment at the Cliffside Malibu centre in California. She finished the program on July 31, and is eager to get her life back on track.
She wrote: “To my fans, Welcome to my new site… Your support has been everything. I’m so excited for what’s next. xo All my love, Lindsay.”
The 27-year-old actress went to rehab as part of a plea deal to avoid jail after violating her probation by lying to police about driving after a car accident last year, and she has since appeared eager to take responsibility for her problems and legal troubles.
In a sneak peak teaser of an interview with Oprah Winfrey she is asked by the talk show legend: “Do you think you can turn things around?” and “What is it that you’re addicted to?”
Lohan emotionally replies: “I’m my own worst enemy. I know that.”
Winfrey, 59, has taken a vested interest in Lohan’s well being following her well-documented troubles, as the actress is now filming a documentary series about her road to recovery for Oprah’s TV channel, OWN.
Shortly after their recent interview, Winfrey insisted that she believes Lohan is ready to move on with her life.
Winfrey previously said: “I just interviewed her, and I was deeply moved by her desire to move forward in her life at this time … I really do believe that she’s ready.”
She also said she felt the ‘Mean Girls’ star was “honest” and “authentic” during their chat, adding: “She looked good. She looked strong. She looked healthy.”
Source: CTV News
It’s not just returning to TV—it’s HBO!
Lindsay Lohan, who wrote on Instagram yesterday about being back at work without actually specifying what that work entailed, was shooting scenes for Eastbound & Down in Wilmington, N.C.
HBO confirmed Wednesday to E! News that Lohan will be guest-starring on the raunchy sitcom’s upcoming fourth and final season.
“#back@work! So grateful today! :)” she wrote.
A source tells us that Lohan plays the daughter of one of the show’s main characters and was filming a wedding scene set many years in the future. And yes, she was the bride!
No other details were immediately available, but in her selfie her long red locks are curled, big-hair-style, in keeping with the down-home vibe of the show. Will Ferrell coproduces the comedy, which stars Danny McBride as a former pro baseball pitcher who returns to his hometown to teach P.E. in a blaze of no-glory-at-all.
Eastbound & Down‘s eight-episode final season premieres Sept. 29. And speaking of topsy-turvy careers…
Since leaving rehab last month after completing 90 days of court-ordered treatment, Lohan has also guest-hosted Chelsea Lately and sat down with Oprah Winfrey, whose OWN will be airing an eight-part docu-series about the actress as she works to stay on the straight and narrow.
Source: E Online