Lindsay Lohan uses hypnotherapy to quit smoking

Lindsay Lohan is using hypnotherapy to quit smoking. The ‘Mean Girls’ actress has reportedly turned to alternative medicine to kick her nicotine addiction before her West End debut on September 24 for David Mamet’s play, ‘Speed-the-Plow’.

A source told The Sun newspaper: ”Lindsay knows all eyes will be on her and she’s worried if she starts to crave nicotine on stage, it’ll put her off. ”Some people may not believe in the powers of hypnosis, or think it’s all about swinging a watch about, but Lindsay is willing to try anything to make sure she’s a hit.”

The 28-year-old starlet has already gone to rehab six times and in 2013 told talk show host Oprah Winfrey that she has been addicted to cocaine.

When it was announced that Lindsay would be making her stage debut in London this year, the actress admitted that she was nervous on opening night.

She said: ”I’ll be freaking out on the first day. I either do really well under pressure of really horribly. There’s no in between.”

Source: Contact Music

Lindsay Finale Shocker: Lohan Reveals She Had A Secret Miscarriage

“Lindsay” came to a dramatic conclusion on Sunday, with a two-hour final episode comprised of parts 7 and 8 of the OWN documentary — with Lindsay Lohanrevealing the biggest shocker at the very end.

The finale kicked off with Lohan arriving late for her car-smashing (and free) appearance on “Billy on the Street,” complaining of a “really bad chest cold.”

Now 127 days out of rehab, the star next headed to Miami for December’s Art Basel festival, where she wanted to relax in the sun and skip events.

Production didn’t travel with Lohan for the trip, but she turned the camera on herself, showcasing the exclusive and luxurious Star Island — and skipping the alleged violent altercation with Paris Hilton’s younger brother.

Explained Lohan’s assistant Matt Harrell, “One of the guests, Barron Hilton, refused to leave after [getting asked by] the homeowner Ray. They ended up getting into a heated argument, and Barron got punched, and Lindsay got blamed for it.”

Asked by director Amy Rice about the tabloid stories in the wake of the fight, Lohan replied ”I’m not going to explain… Because I had been a guest at the house a few days prior to stuff going down, my name was involved, which, it is what it is. It’s frustrating, because I didn’t have any part in it.”

The star went on to complain to Harrell about the prolonged, sensationalized media coverage, and wanted to post her side of the story on her website, but ultimately didn’t when her team advised against it.

Lohan later blew off some steam at a restaurant, where her friends drank and spoke about getting high.

“It’s learning to [find] a way to live so you can still have fun, but without drugs and alcohol in your life,” she told the camera, saying when she gets tempted, she flashes back to all the horrible things that came from her addiction, and that keeps her in check.

Lohan also relied on her community service at the Duffield Children’s Center in Brooklyn to lift her spirits (and fulfill the terms of her probation), but admitted to the camera that she really wishes the court would say she’s done enough “after all these years.”

“I’ve managed to make changes in my life, with me as a person, that allows me to live a life that maybe I wasn’t ready for before,” she acknowledged. “It’s calm down a bit more. It’s been more productive. Before I was getting bored and antsy. That’s never a good place for me.”

The actress later went to her biggest public appearance (another one she did for free) since leaving rehab — introducing Miley Cyrus at Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden — explaining that she likes such events because it’s a way to connect with fans, a “blessing” she’s “grateful” for.

Before a business meeting, Lohan lamented to the camera, “I’m tired of not getting cast in movies… There’s all these other people living this life, and I have to be willing to do something, whatever it takes, to get that back.”

She explained that she realized, “It must be the going out, it must be creating distractions for myself, not letting myself move forward. I just want to be making movies, starring in them producing them, and years from now directing them.”

The former child star met with Inconceivable producer Hilary Schor, who said being in the film would “reestablish” that Lohan is “an incredibly talented actress.”

“I think there are concerns with any young actor…,” Schor said told the camera. “[But] I think she’s 100 percent committed, and at a state in her life where she really wants to get back to work.”

The final hour began with Lohan getting interviewed by Jared Leto for his star-studded video about Los Angeles, with the actress nearly 150 days out of rehab and happy to be settled and feeling at home in New York.

“I was lonely in L.A. a lot. I was kind of just lost for a while,” she confessed. “I have a good support system in New York. It’s really just who you surround yourself with, and I didn’t know that for a while, because I was in denial. It’s more comfortable to have the yes people than the no people.”

Now believing she has a “life worth living,” Lohan moved forward with her career, arriving on time to a shoot for Nylon Singapore, and the photographer had nothing but effusive phrase for her.

Lohan loved the experience, pointing out that, in contrast, paparazzi just “wait til you’re sneezing to say you’re crying,” and went on to meet with a literary agent about a possible “multi-million dollar” book deal.

She explained, “I love writing… I have a lot of things to say that I feel people will relate to in different ways. So if I can help someone by putting my words on paper, then that’s the reason to do it.”

Lohan’s next appearance came with her brother, Michael, at the launch party for their karaoke app Just Sing It, where — after fans left — she was again surrounded by alcohol.

Michael told the camera, “She’s slowly developing these skills that she needs to say no here, to say no there, to kick herself in the butt when she needs to.”

“She knows that if you’re thinking clearly and you’re focused, there’s nothing you can’t do,” he went on. “Even if there is a relapse, it’s not the end of the world. There’s always hope, and there’s always people that are going to care about you.”

And Lohan said,  “I have friends that are not sober… People are going to drink around me, that’s not not going to be a part of my life… They wouldn’t be around me drinking if they knew I couldn’t handle it, and that’s how I know they’re my friends.”

The star later traveled to Shanghai to receive a fashion achievement award and do a shoot for a Chinese publication, before heading to the Sundance Film Festival in Utah toformally announce Inconceivable.

“My short term goals are to start this movie and finish this movie. Hopefully start another movie right after. My priority is to be on set,” said Lohan.

Harrell, now working with Lohan for seven months, said their “working relationship is okay” after some bumps along the way, before admitting he was returning to L.A., but hoped to work with her again soon.

“It’s complicated, but I can’t really discuss because of the confidentiality agreement,” he told the camera.

The documentary showcased tabloid headlines alleging Harrell quit because Lohan could no longer afford to pay him when the show wrapped regular filming.

Fast-forwarding to March, after the project’s premiere and six weeks after Harrell left, Lohan brought him back to New York, and he debunked the rumors about pay issues, but noted the job would be taken “day-by-day” now “like anything else in life.”

In early April, Lohan, as Gossip Cop reported, appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” where they amusing called Oprah.

“It’s strange how things fall into place in life, when you’re in a good place and you’re okay with being a good place,” the star said afterward.

But Lohan ran into a hiccup when her landlord wanted to sell her apartment, even though she signed a 2-year lease, and jokingly vowed to “scare away” prospective buyers.

And then major trouble came with the leaked “sex list.”

“That was part of my Betty Ford — it’s step number 5 or step number 8. It’s your sexual inventory. So that was really personal to my sponsor,” explained Lohan. “When I was moving, there were two people there that helped me move…. Someone took a photo, and I’m pretty sure I know who it is, unfortunately.”

The starlet said that person released the photo to the tabloids, and the individual is no longer in her life.

She went on, “And that’s not about me. I don’t care about me in that situation. I care about the people who are involved with other people, because it’s really unfortunate and unfair to other people.”

“The fact that that happened was not only humiliating but it was just mean. It was mean-spirited for someone to do that. That’s a desperate human being [who is] really f*cked up in the head,” she added.

Asked to reflect on the documentary experience, Lohan told the director, “I cried so many times watching it.”

Then she got emotional.

“No one knows this – I had a miscarriage for those two weeks that I took off,” she shockingly confessed, saying the times she didn’t want to film were because she “couldn’t move.”

“I was sick. And mentally that messes with you,” said Lohan.

She did NOT name the father of the baby, but noted there’s “a very long story” surrounding the traumatic event.

“Watching this series, I just know how I felt at that moment and I can relate to that girl. It sounds kind of crazy,” Lohan said. “I’m like, ‘oh my god, this is really sad. Who’s helping her?’”

She continued through tears , “Even if it’s not my intention to lose everything I’ve worked for, that’s what my addiction will do to me… It’s a really f*cked up disease, and it’s really scary. Because there are drugs people have said that I’ve done that I’ve never touched.”

Now Lohan said she was looking forward to shooting her movie in June.

“I’m happy,” she said. “The biggest thing I learned from his experience and doing this show is my work ethic is different. I have that fire back in me.”

And with that, it was over.

Lindsay Lohan Gets Emotional Talking About Her Relationship with Oprah

“Extra’s” AJ Calloway caught up with Lindsay Lohan right after her appearance on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, where Lindsay talked about her special bond with Oprah Winfrey.

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Lohan’s docu-series “Lindsay” premieres on OWN this Sunday, and the actress explained why she decided to approach Oprah about doing it. “I did it because it’s not a reality show, it’s pretty raw. Obviously it’s TV so things will be edited in certain ways to get ratings, which I can’t control, but I do know that my intentions going into it were really pure and really honest. I appreciate all that’s happened and all that [Oprah has] done for me.”

Lohan continued, “I love that I can call Oprah on the phone, and be like, ‘Oprah, can we talk right now?’ and she calls me within two minutes. I have to trick her into leaving voice mails, so I can just have Oprah’s voicemails… She’s the coolest person ever.”

Calloway shared a story with Lohan about telling Winfrey at the NYC premiere of “The Butler” the news that Lohan cancelled a trip to Europe. Calloway said, “You were supposed to go away and you didn’t go away… I’m the one who told Oprah,” adding, “She was so happy she called you right there on the red carpet.”

With tears in her eyes, Lindsay said to Calloway, “[Oprah] told me that. She’s amazing, she is… She’s been a blessing to me, she’s great and I couldn’t be happier or more grateful.”

On a lighter note, Lindsay had a lot of fun with Fallon. “Its just really good energy. We played a game called water wars. I didn’t realize how much water gets used in that game. I only got one hit once though, which was really good, but then you kind of just want to be soaked so it was kind of a bummer that I didn’t get soaked.”

Fallon, however, did. Lindsay laughed, “I got him, I got him good. I didn’t realize the gun was going to shoot so high. I hit him in the face.”

Lohan said overall she feels really good and she just wants to keep working. “My grandmother’s dream is going to come true. I’m taking her on ‘The Chew,’ so things are looking up. Life is really good.”

Lindsay Lohan to guest star on “2 Broke Girls”

Lindsay Lohan is set to make a guest appearance on the CBS sitcom “2 Broke Girls” this spring.

The 27-year-old actress will appear on the April 14 episode of the series, which is in its third season.

She’ll portray Claire Guinness, a soon-to-be-bride who asks Max and Caroline to make her wedding cake. As Max and Caroline get to know her, they learn very quickly that Claire has trouble making decisions.

“2 Broke Girls,” which premiered in 2011, chronicles the adventures of the Max Black (Kat Dennings) and Caroline Channing (Beth Behrs).

Starting this weekend Lohan will star in an eight-episode reality show on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network. The series follows the actress as she moves back to New York after leaving rehab last year.

Earlier this week, CBS announced that Mila Kunis would be making a guest appearance on “Two and a Half Men” this season.

Career Comeback? Lindsay Lohan Offered Record Deal; Label Calls Her ‘A Tremendous Talent’

Lindsay Lohan has been flaunting photos of herself in a recording studio — leading to reports she may be working on a secret album — and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned there’s at least one label dying to sign her.

The Charlotte-based record label, SMH Records, has offered Lilo a lucrative deal because they’re confident they can make her a success and give her the career comeback she’s looking for.

“Lindsay is a tremendous talent and our distribution through Capital/ Universal Music Group means we have the resources to help Lindsay make her comeback,”Jonathan Hay, founding partner of SMH Records, tells Radar.

Hay’s publicity company has worked with the likes of Rihanna, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Wu-Tang Clan — so Lohan would be in good company.

Teasing fans by posting pictures on Instagram in a recording studio, Lohan hashtagged one photo #jamiehince #studiotime.

Jamie Hince is a singer, songwriter and guitarist for The Kills — and is perhaps best known for being Kate Moss‘ husband.

The Mean Girls star is in desperate need of a career overhaul after completing a 90-day court-ordered stint in rehab and then again making troubled headlines for her possible involvement in a Miami fight that left Paris Hilton‘s brother Barron battered and bruised.

Hays tells Radar that he can make Lohan a star if she signs with him. So far, no word back from Lilo’s camp.

Inside Lindsay Lohan’s Posh New York City Apartment

Rest assured that Lindsay Lohan is living the good life in the Big Apple!

Just a few weeks ago, LiLo shared a snapshot of her fab bedroom featuring some lovely interior elements including a shaggy cream rug, embroidered cushion seat and antique-looking dresser, and now we’ve got more details on her posh pad in the city!

A source close to the actress confirms to E! News that the star has been renting out a swanky downtown apartment for a cool $16,800 per month—and it’s just as impressive as one would hope!

Of course, it goes without saying that’s one hefty price tag for a rental. Nevertheless, LiLo deserves only the best, and we’re pretty sure this cool space delivers just that.

The gorgeous split-level property has three bedrooms and three baths, with an open floor plan featuring Brazilian walnut hardwood floors, tall windows, high ceilings, an incredible outdoor terrace and marble bathroom.

And as you might have guessed, it’s also incredibly safe and secure. There’s a doorman and concierge available around the clock, as well as a private security system.

In short, it’s Manhattan living at its finest! 

The fancy designer building is located in the city’s popular SoHo neighborhood, just steps away from trendy restaurants, boutiques and museums.

LiLo, you’re living large!

Calls to Lindsay Lohan’s rep went unanswered. 

Source: E Online

Lindsay Lohan set to host Saturday Night Live

Lindsay Lohan is in talks to host the first episode of the new season of ‘Saturday Night Live’.

The 27-year-old actress – who was a guest host on Chelsea Handler’s late night talk show ‘Chelsea Lately’ on Monday night (25.08.13) – has been offered more work since her rehab stint, this time on the popular NBC show which she has hosted five times previously.

A source told gossip website RadarOnline.com: ”’Saturday Night Live’ has approached Lindsay to host the show again, and they were talking about the season opener.”

Lindsay is keen to think about the offer as she is a fan of the American comedy show.

The source explained: ”She is definitely considering doing it. She loves the show and the people involved.”

The troubled star, who recently completed a 90-day court-ordered rehab for substance abuse at the Cliffside Malibu treatment centre in California, is coping well since she left the clinic.

The source added: ”Lindsay is doing really, really well. She is going to business meetings and she’s been on time for every single one of them. This is the best I’ve seen her in years.”

Lindsay has thrown herself back into work since her substance abuse treatment ended, filming a cameo for sitcom ‘Eastbound & Down’ and appearing on Oprah Winfrey’s show.

She is also wanted for a comedy series being developed by Danny McBride for HBO.

Lindsay Lohan: “Yeah,” I’m An Addict and I Need to “Regain” the Public’s Trust

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’s Oprah Winfrey interview live blog: I’ve done cocaine 10 to 15 times

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.

A teaser of the interview shows Oprah leveling some pretty hefty questions at Lohan, but the answers have yet to be revealed — until tonight, that is. The interview airs on OWN at 9 p.m. ET, so join Zap2it as the world find out what Lohan has to say for herself after her three months in rehab. All times Eastern.
 
8:55 p.m. - A teaser for the interview just aired. There’s a lot riding on this for Lindsay.
 
9:00 p.m. – This segment starts with a flashback to LiLo promoting “The Parent Trap,” and shows her downward spiral through to today. It’s sad looking back at how troubled her teens and 20s have been.
 
9:03 p.m. - Lindsay’s intention is to “just be me” and have an open conversation during this interview. She looks poised and clear after four days out of rehab. She says she feels “really good.”
 
9:04 p.m. – Little over a minute in and there are already tears in Lindsay’s eyes. She says she first entered herself into rehab after she tried Ambien. She’s been in rehab six times in total.
 
9:06 p.m. – Lindsay recalls the moment she learned she was going to jail. She says it was “terrifying.”
 
9:08 p.m. – The big revelations start coming. Lindsay admits she subconsciously “kind of wanted to go to jail,” “just to find some peace.” She felt “shame” and “guilt” at having to go to jail.
 
9:10 p.m. – “It’s always such a circus when I go to court. It’s so humiliating,” Lindsay admits. She says it draws focus back to her being a “celebrity who’s troubled.” When it came time for her to go back to rehab this most recent instance, she says she hit a wall, and it helped to “take these three months to really take care of myself, find myself.”
 
9:15 p.m. – Back after a commercial break. Oprah and Lindsay are discussing what rehab means to her. “I think in the past I’ve never really surrendered to the fact I just need to shut up and listen,” Lindsay says. This time, she did. She says she’s “craving spirituality,” whereas in the past she was “guarded” and “in denial.”
 
9:16 p.m. – “All I can do is live in each moment,” Lindsay says. “I don’t have control over tomorrow.”
 
9:17 p.m. – Lindsay says what she’s learned most is how to ground herself, and that she doesn’t need “outside substances” to experience herself. 
 
9:17 p.m. – Lindsay admits she’s an addict, and says alcohol is her drug of choice. She says she’s done cocaine 10 to 15 times, mostly with alcohol. Alcohol is her gateway drug.
 
9:17 p.m. – She did cocaine because “it allowed me to drink more.” Lindsay’s cocaine consumption of choice is snorting it. “I’ve never injected anything other than getting B12 shots,” she says with a laugh.
 
9:18 p.m. – Lindsay says she’s spent the past three months healing so she can be a whole person again. She’s now talking about her troubled childhood with her “chaotic” family.
 
9:19 p.m. – Oprah asks Lindsay if she’s addicted to chaos, and Lindsay says that might be so. She liked the “comfortable chaos,” and it’s hard for her to come to terms with just being okay.
 
9:20 p.m. – So what’s different this time? “Not taking Adderall,” Lindsay says. “That’s a big deal. … I don’t need it.” She’s only on vitamins now, and she says she feels much calmer.
 
9:22 p.m. – “I have to regain the trust of people in my career,” Lindsay says. She thinks she can turn her career around. Here’s the “I’m my own worst enemy” line shown in the teaser.
 
9:26 p.m. – Another commercial break over. Lindsay moved to Los Angeles at age 17 or 18 after “Mean Girls,” and says it was around then that she started spiraling out of control. She didn’t notice then that people were around “for the wrong reasons.”
 
9:28 p.m. – Lindsay wasn’t being guided in her late teens; she was making too much money ($7 million per picture) and spending what she describes as too much money. No one was there to help her learn how to handle things.
 
9:30 p.m. – She ignored her family when they said she should move back to New York when things started to go bad. She says she “didn’t want to face … a lot of things that were going on.” Her first DUI was “scary,” but not a wakeup call. Neither was the time she spent in jail.
 
9:34 p.m. – Hah, there’s a Cliffside Malibu commercial. Well played, Cliffside. Well played.
 
9:35 p.m. – We’re back. Oprah asks Lindsay what’s causing her “disease,” Lindsay says it’s “lack of self-will,” she didn’t want to feel great. Now, she says she “feels whole again.” 
 
9:36 p.m. – “I have such a desire to want to keep this feeling and stay that way, and I’m willing to do whatever it takes,” Lindsay says. “I really want to be on set. That feeds me.”
 
9:37 p.m. - Oprah talking about women who became famous for simply walking the red carpet and have “no talent.” Wonder who she’s talking about …
 
9:39 p.m. – “I’ve always known things about myself. I’ve just chosen to not recognize them and not act on them,” Lindsay says of what she’s learned. “I’ve always been aware of my faults. … I’ve lived so many lives in one lifetime at this point, and it’s not interesting to me anymore.”
 
9:41 p.m. – “Nobody’s perfect. I love my parents,” Lindsay says of her seemingly troubled relationship with her family. She addresses the voicemail her father released where she claimedDina Lohan was on cocaine, which she’s later revealed was a lie.
 

“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.”

 
9:49 p.m. – To the people who say Lindsay has already had too many chances, she says, “There’s something to be said about me going forward that if I’m going to put myself in a public situation, that’s open season for people to say whatever they’re going to say. … I can control not putting myself there.”
 
9:50 p.m. – “If people only knew the real parts of the real sides of things and were open to hearing that. Because that’s not interesting,” Lindsay says. “Me really trying to be happy and accepting that I’m happy now, that’s boring. … That’s really frustrating, and I can’t control that. I can control staying on my path of recovery.”
 
9:51 p.m. – Her “path of recovery” is “staying present.”
 
9:56 p.m. – Lindsay talks “The Canyons.” She says she was “grateful” to just be on set for that movie. Apparently the reason she was never on time to sets in the past was because she was “distracted” and didn’t appreciate either her own time or others’ time.
 
9:57 p.m. – Now Oprah is talking about Lindsay’s new OWN docu-series. Oprah is concerned that Lindsay is planning to go to Europe so soon after rehab, and Lindsay says the plan is for her brother to join her on a yoga and meditation retreat. Oprah asks if that’s the best decision for her at that point in time. “I’m different,” Lindsay says. “I feel different. I’m in a different headspace.” She promises she won’t party, because she doesn’t want the things she used to want. Following the interview, Lindsay canceled her trip.
 
10:00 p.m. – Oprah’s final words to Lindsay: “I want you to win.” Maybe she will this time. Lindsay has seen sure of herself in the past after rehab and jail experience, but at least now she seems aware enough of her own problems to maybe come out on top of her addiction. Thanks for joining Zap2it on this live blog!