Lindsay Lohan's OWN docuseries "Lindsay" is often difficult to watch, especially in the wake of her admission that she broke her sixth attempt at sobriety in recent episodes. As such, there are plenty of people disappointed in the 27-year-old, and Rosie O'Donnell is one of them. Show More Summary
Mischa Barton sure has had a whole ton of looks throughout her career since "The Sixth Sense" and "The O.C." and hanging out with Lindsay Lohan and that whole notorious crew for a few years, but she's gotten older, settled down, and doesn't take things so seriously anymore.
When Elle Indonesia decided to feature Lindsay Lohan on the cover of their anniversary edition, the magazine sent a large crew to Manhattan for a photo shoot. On the second official day of the shoot -- Lindsay was a no-show on the first day, requiring the team to reschedule -- the actress and crew head to the street to get their shots. Show More Summary
Behold, the best of Lindsay Lohan's "2 Broke Girls" cameo. On the most recent episode, "And The Wedding Cake Cake Cake," she plays a bridezilla who makes some puns and then decides maybe she's "into girls," specifically the titular broke ones. Show More Summary
Lindsay Lohan is a recovering addict, but says she can handle being around friends who drink. On "Lindsay," the docuseries following the actress after her sixth stay in rehab, she explains her rational. "I feel like I can go out to clubs," Lohan says. Show More Summary
As we await the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday April 13, let us reflect 10 years back, to Lindsay Lohan's glorious hosting job in 2004. It was June 5, just two months after the release of "Mean Girls," a.k.a. the greatest movie of our time...Show More Summary
One, two, three o'clock, four o'clock rock... and if you're partying with Lindsay Lohan at Coachella -- it may go even later.
Lindsay Lohan's health and wellness coach, A.J. Johnson, has called it quits -- at least for the time being. A renowned celebrity lifestyle coach, Johnson had been helping the newly sober actress establish a healthy lifestyle, whichShow More Summary
After spending a week in Los Angeles, Lindsay Lohan is relieved to be back at home in New York. The actress, whose sobriety and recovery progress is a big focus in her docuseries "Lindsay," explains how no longer having roots on the West Coast impacts her sense of [belonging] during the visit. "It's just really hard being in L.A.," Lohan says. Show More Summary
The loud music, the dancing, the fun -- Lindsay Lohan says she loves the nightlife, despite being a recovering alcohol addict. On "Lindsay," the docuseries following the actress' life after her sixth stay in rehab, director Amy Rice questions Lohan. Show More Summary
After an emotional heart to heart with Lindsay Lohan, Oprah sits down with her mother, Dina Lohan, for a no-holds-barred conversation. In the above clip from "Lindsay," Dina opens up to Oprah about her struggles as a parent. By the time Lindsay was 19 years old, she was making $7 million per film and moved across the country to Los Angeles. Show More Summary
To help her start establishing a healthy lifestyle, Lindsay Lohan has been meeting with celebrity fitness trainer and life coach A.J. Johnson. When they sit down to talk about the bad decisions Lohan made in the past, Lohan admits she...Show More Summary
Perhaps you've heard of Lindsay Lohan's alleged sex list, well she has, too. On the 27-year-old's most recent visit to "The Ellen Show," which airs Monday, March 31, the actress and Ellen DeGeneres took a walk down memory lane, playing...Show More Summary
James Franco takes a shot at Lindsay Lohan in an interview with Los Angeles magazine about his new book of poetry, Directing Hebert White. Franco writes about several celebrities in the collection, including a few poems about Lohan.
After more than a month of living in a hotel and waiting to gain access to her New York apartment, Lindsay Lohan and her entourage finally begin moving her mountain of possessions into her new home, an ordeal captured in the latest episode of her OWN docuseries. Show More Summary
When Oprah and Lindsay Lohan previously discussed filming a docuseries on OWN, Lohan said she was ready to be honest and open. But on Part 3 of "Lindsay," viewers see Lohan refuse to let the production crew into her apartment to film. Learning...Show More Summary
On "Lindsay," OWN's docu-series following the recently rehabbed actress, viewers get an inside look at Lindsay Lohan's private life -- or in this case, the lack thereof. In the above video, Lohan is out to lunch in New York when she decides to sneak outside to smoke a cigarette. Show More Summary
After making the move from California to New York, Lindsay Lohan was in search of an apartment she could call home. The troubled actress lived in a New York City hotel room for more than a month before finally finding a place she loved...Show More Summary
Kat Dennings slammed rumors that Lindsay Lohan was difficult to work with on the set of "2 Broke Girls." After her guest appearance on the show, Contact Music ran a story in which an audience member called Lohan a "train wreck" who could not remember her lines, but Dennings chimed in to set the story straight. "This article is complete bullshit. Show More Summary
Lindsay Lohan may be ready to have her once-estranged father, Michael Lohan, back in her life, but she's not interested in his relationship advice. In the above preview of OWN's new docu-series, "Lindsay," Michael and Lindsay are out...Show More Summary