May 16th, 2012
11:35 AM ET
For the next stop on her "I'm making a comeback" tour, Lindsay Lohan made a guest appearance on "Glee's" two-hour episode on Tuesday ... as herself.
Accompanied by fellow guest stars Perez Hilton and "Entourage's" Rex Lee to portray the judges panel at Nationals, Lohan explained to Hilton that she was there "because I care about young artists chasing their impossible dreams. I know them. I feel them. I was them. So I'm here to support them, unconditionally."
That, and "is there anything better than someone making a comeback?" she inquired. (Don't answer that.)
And in case you haven't noticed, she pointed out once again on the Fox show, "I'm in full image re-branding mode here people."
So did it work? Time wasn't that impressed, calling her cameo "not disastrous" but "sort of depressing," and unlikely to "help her on her road back to 'Mean Girls'-era respectability."
The Washington Post found it "disappointing to only have her included for such a short period of time," although her lines were "semi-amusing." She wasn't as great as "Gwyneth Paltrow or Kristin Chenoweth, but not nearly as annoying as Perez Hilton."
So what did you think of Lindsay's big guest appearance?
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