We're all tuning in to see what Lindsay Lohan is like in 2019, with her vaguely European accent and new lease on life post-Instagram Live scandal.
Lindsay Lohan attends Gabrielle's Gala at Old Billingsgate Market on May 7, 2014 in London, England.
But the series, success or failure, will still succeed at presenting a new and mostly improved version of Lindsay Lohan to the same mainstream, scandal-hungry audience that ate up her fall from grace with a spoon. While Lohan is demanding the most out of her beach club staff, inside sources claim she has not stopped her partying ways.
Variety recently interviewed Lindsay Lohan, who talked about wanting to do a sequel to Mean Girls.
Hollywood starlet-turned-entrepreneur Lindsay Lohan likened herself to Russian President Vladimir Putin when describing her business relations. "I mean, you know me from when I was hit on that beach".
"I think you want your own show, so you should focus on that", Lohan told them.
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"I bet that guy, I bet it's hard to have a serious relationship". "I've always loved the beauty and serenity I feel when I'm here", she said.
"I have been doing this for a while, but this is just the first place that it's a day [beach] club", Lindsay continued.
Being in the spotlight really knocks people down over a period of time, but Lindsay Lohan is ready to distance herself from her hard past and continue to grow her empire.
"This is a time for me to show people, the past is the past, and we're only moving forward", Lohan begins, "and there's no opportunity for them to say anything".
The 30-minute session, appropriately called Lohan's Beach Club: After The Show, will air immediately after Beach Club's premiere on January 8.