On the Record: Lindsay Lohan Promises Not to Miss Any Shows

These seem like words that will come back to haunt her! Lindsay Lohan, most recently known for her anxiety-laden OWN show and being notoriously difficult onset, responded to a BBC interviewer asking her “And there’s absolutely no way that you won’t show up every day for this?” (meaning the play “Speed-the-Plow”) with “That’s not going to happen. That’s not in the cards.”

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Those are big words for LiLo, who proved to be regularly late or absent for shooting days of her OWN docu-series, along with fashion and video shoots captured on the show. I don’t know, dolls, part of me really wants to believe that her most recent stint in rehab has helped her turn a corner, but the other part is having major déjà vu.

In the interview, Lindsay hinted (again) at the fact that she might make London her permanent stomping grounds “I think I am making a move to come over here,” she told the BBC, noting that their news is more about politics and current events, and less about recovering hot messes such as herself.

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L is starring in David Mamet’s Hollywood satire “Speed-the-Plow” on London’s West End. Rehearsals are well underway, and the show will go on from October 2 to November 29.

Should we give her a zillionth another chance, darlings? Do you think she’ll be successful onstage in London?

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