Lindsay Lohan is often accused of returning to her old patterns, so it’s nice to see that she’s coming out of her shell.
The “Mean Girls” actress told the “New York Times” that she’s gearing up for a possible role in David Mamet’s “Speed-the-Plow” in London this fall.
“It’s the first time I’ve done a stage play or anything like that,” she told the “NY Times.” “I’m nervous but I’m excited.”
Lindsay, who was attending a fashion show for a friend in the area, will at least be acclimated to the area by November, as she’s already been in London for several months.
“I’m going back to my West End world,” she told the “Times” after the interview. “I’m a little overwhelmed. I haven’t done this – I haven’t really done the shows – in the last few years. But I live for fashion.”
There's been no word on what's happening with "Inconceivable," her recently announced film project that was supposed to shoot in the spring.
One last tip for Lindsay: If for some reason she’s not able to make it to a “Speed-the-Plow” performance, LiLo should know that the “mercury-tainted sushi” excuse has already been taken.