Lohan dating video
Of course, it doesn’t make sense to talk about Lohan and her descent into…whatever you might call it — maybe madness, or drug addiction, or just the recesses of C-list celebdom (which, for her, has involved bewildering accents and an attempted kidnapping) — as if we had nothing to do with it.Anytime you talk about Lohan, you have to talk about the countless reels of footage of her running away from paparazzi into a club, holding an oversized hobo bag aloft to shield her face from a greedy public obsessed with her downfall.The editing is generous, her appearances are sparing (especially for a show that bears her name), and she’s presented as a firm but generous club mogul who isn’t going to take anyone’s shit because she’s a fucking boss bitch, okay.Beach Club isn’t just an opportunity to revise Lohan’s existing narrative, but one that could help her become a name with a new, younger audience, one that might not know her the way millennials and Gen Xers do.“I know the ups and downs of being in the spotlight,” Lohan says in the introduction of the first episode. I want to be my own boss.” She’s taken some time out of the spotlight, away from the American gossip machine, and she’s no longer attempting a comeback as box office star. Or maybe Beach Club, like other reinventions she’s attempted, won’t stick either.Not because Lohan isn’t trying, or because she doesn’t deserve it, or because her misdeeds are too grandiose to forget.And to put all those rumors to rest, I am not broke.I actually have over 0 in the bank and 20,000 Marlboro Miles, which I'm very proud of." Lohan is looking for a guy or gal "who likes a night out on the town (as long as he or she is driving), ankle monitoring bracelets and doesn't have family members quick to issue restraining orders," and she describes her dream date as "long walks on the beach, car chases on the PCH, antiquing and passing out in Cadillac Escalades." She finishes the video by saying, "So if you think you can handle a redhead with a little bit of sass — and by that, I mean, a redhead that's crazy ...
We get a sense that we’re meant to view her the way she might view herself: spiritual, rich, mature, competent, kind.
Now they’re famous for being famous, attempting to run clothing brands or restaurants or otherwise attempting to create a #Boss Bitch brand on TV.
Here’s Lohan’s turn to try to accomplish the same, a decade after her first few falls from grace.
and it's also a complete joke (sorry, ladies and gents).
Lohan filmed the mock personal for online humor site Funny Or in an attempt to poke fun at her reputation as a borderline crazy, hard-partying train wreck, and so far, it seems everyone is laughing with her.
For MTV’s younger viewers — the premiere gave MTV a 148% ratings boost for women between the ages of 18 and 24 — the series of train wrecks that dotted Lohan’s late teens and early twenties is ancient history, so long ago that they probably weren’t reading celebrity party blogs and then going to school the next day to talk about those photos where she’s holding a knife to Vanessa Minnillo’s throat (but in a sexy way? Lohan’s taken a leaf from the Real Housewives playbook — following in the footsteps of women like Kyle and Kim Richards, both child stars who eventually joined the Beverly Hills franchise, or more recent Beverly Hills cast members like Faye Resnick, and soon, Denise Richards, all of whom became reality stars in an attempt to rewrite their own histories.