Lindsay Lohan has joined forces with Oprah Winfrey's network, OWN, for an eight-part docu-series, titled Lindsay, about the starlet’s life post-rehab.
While the 27-year-old seems to be focused on getting her life on the right track (sixth time’s the charm, or so we hope), she also couldn’t help but complain about many things.
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For instance, having a hard time trying to find someone who would rent her a spacious — and expensive — NYC apartment. Who can blame them? They’ve seen her track record.
Or, you know, agreeing to do a lingerie commercial, but then freaking out when she thought it would compromise her sobriety after they asked her to say a few lines of dialogue. Why do it in the first place, Linds?
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In case you missed last night’s premiere, we can sum it up in three words: First World Problems.
And now we bring to you, First World Problems by Lindsay Lohan:
When I lived in hotels in the past, I was at this point where it was okay not feeling settled. I was comfortable with that. Now I’m at a place where I really do need to be in a place where I can call [my home] a sanctuary and sacred. So it’s not as easy being in a hotel now.
This is when she’s in NYC searching for million-dollar apartments. Life is tough, Linds.
This is when she reads from her journal during the time she was at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif.,:
I'm really sad about my mom being turned down at the gate. That was so mean of them of them to do that. They were like, 'No special treatment.’ Yet this girl's dad would come up every single day.
In the words of the Rolling Stones, “you can’t always get what you want…”
It's really stressful finding a place in New York because aside from the boards that have to approve you and stuff, they're like 'Oh, it's Lindsay Lohan. Is she going to be having late? Loud nights? We don't want her in our building,” or “It's great — we'll have her in the building. Let's up the price!’”
Somebody call the wambulance.
Lindsay was expected to attend The Canyons premiere in Europe, but declined to focus on her sobriety.
Paul Schrader [director of the film] believed in me and he trusted in me. I owe him forever for that. And then with the promo for that movie didn't work out because I was just getting out of treatment, but I was like, ‘I can't be flying around to different countries celebrating, because I'm not safe in that environment right now.’”
Why do we feel like this should be a Regina George quote from Mean Girls?
Linds goes to a lingerie shoot she’s doing as a favor for her friends. But when they try to get her to do a scene with dialogue, she can’t handle it.
This is not the way I would show off a personal line of lingerie. It’s not. I thought it was just a photo shoot that was going to be filmed. That's what I was told. And then they added this weird dialogue. I don't like being lied to.
It's very unclear what this disagreement is about, but it seems it’s about her schedule and the lingerie commercial.
I said I could give you Tuesday now. I'm not flying Tuesday, so instead of doing Sunday we can... Listen to me, because now I'm getting pissed off. I told you that if I canceled Tuesday, then I would do all day Tuesday and I canceled my f--king trip. Don't put words in my mouth. I canceled and this is exactly not what I signed up for.
LOL. Excuse us while we go and cancel our private jet to Maldives.
All I care about it getting the keys to an apartment, because it's really hard living out of a hotel.
Are we supposed to feel bad for her?
I used to live in a bubble where everything was done for me, and now I'm figuring things out for myself.
The scene cuts to her assistant moving all of her stuff from one room to another for her.
So much for doing things for yourself, Linds!
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