April 23rd, 2012
04:16 PM ET
Lifetime is offering up more details about Lindsay Lohan's upcoming role as Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime film, "Liz & Dick."
In a statement on Monday, Lifetime's exec VP of programming, Rob Sharenow, said they're "thrilled" that the 25-year-old actress is portraying the film legend, who died in March of last year.
Lohan, Sharenow said, "is one of the rare actresses who possesses the talent, beauty and intrigue to capture the spirit of such a provocative icon."
March 30th, 2012
03:06 PM ET
There's also the problem of work permits. Lohan's legal troubles delayed her from getting a permit to work in Canada until hours after her court appearance on Thursday. Officials have granted her a permit to work in Toronto, where she'll film her role as Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime TV movie "Liz and Dick."
March 28th, 2012
10:17 AM ET
Her rep didn't provide more details other than to confirm that she'll appear in an upcoming episode.
According to TVLine, the 25-year-old actress, who has been making efforts to rebound from her long history of legal woes, has been in final talks to appear in one of the final episodes as herself, portraying a celebrity judge at Nationals.
March 14th, 2012
05:12 PM ET
Lindsay Lohan observers might've had flashbacks to 2007 on Wednesday when news spread that the actress had been in an alleged "hit and run."
But a rep for the 25-year-old tells CNN that her car didn't hit anything, and Lohan herself has called the allegations "a complete lie."
Earlier, TMZ reported that Lindsay had been exiting a Hollywood venue in her Porsche after midnight on Wednesday when she was blocked in by paparazzi and onlookers.
March 9th, 2012
11:16 AM ET
The blond worked well for her Marilyn Monroe-esque Playboy cover, but we do love that Lindsay Lohan's getting back to her ginger-tinged roots.
The 25-year-old was spotted in Beverly Hills Thursday with freshly tinted red locks. The shade isn't quite as deep as the red we grew accustomed to seeing on the actress in hits like "The Parent Trap" and "Mean Girls" - about the same color as LiLo's 'do in the photo below - but it's a reddish hue nonetheless.
Lohan's no stranger to experimenting with hair color, as we've seen her swap out her natural red for brown, black, blond, and then back again.
Is it a coincidence that Lohan has returned to the shade as she works hard to get her career back on track? Maybe.
In the meantime, the actress is relishing her "Saturday Night Live" ratings success. She tweeted Friday a remark from the Los Angeles Times, which reported that Lohan has had "the last laugh": "They insulted her looks. They made fun of her cue-card reading. But the haters can't say no one watched Lindsay Lohan on 'Saturday Night Live.'"
March 5th, 2012
11:01 AM ET
Lindsay Lohan's "comeback" hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live" hasn't received rave reviews, but at least the viewers showed up to watch.
According to TVByTheNumbers.com, Lohan's fourth time hosting the late night comedy show, along with musical guest Jack White, yielded the second-highest ratings of the season.
With a 5.5 overnight household rating, it was bested only by the January 7edition of "SNL," which had Charles Barkley as host and Kelly Clarkson as the musical guest. (That episode did have the lead-in of the NFL Wild Card playoff game.)
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