Oh, that Lindsay Lohan. Will her troubles never end? Even with all her recent wins, the reasonably successful hosting of 'Saturday Night Live,' Lifetime officially selecting her to play Elizabeth Taylor in their forthcoming movie, and picking up a 'Glee' guest spot, it seems like folks around the 'Glee' set have become rather outspoken about the difficulty working with her.
Surprisingly, Lindsay Lohan is proving to be the bigger person after Rosie O'Donnell questioned Lohan's casting in an upcoming Liz Taylor biopic. Just because it's hard to find a picture of Lohan where she isn't accompanied by some sort of law enforcement personnel doesn't mean she can't have a "grown-up" moment, every now and then.
Self-proclaimed Liz Taylor devotee and tabloid mainstay, Lindsay Lohan has signed on to play her idol in Lifetime's upcoming biopic, 'Liz & Dick.' After lengthy negotiations, Lohan, whose spent more time in jail and in court than on a set in the past few years, will star in the made-for-TV-movie depicting Elizabeth Taylor's life-long romance with actor and two-time ex-husband, Richard Burton.
Seriously, so much for Ryan Murphy saying at last year's Comic-Con that 'Glee's third season would rely on characters over buzz-worth guest stars. Granted, he also went back on that whole "graduation = leaving the show" thing. So if Lindsay Lohan can turn our heads as an upcoming 'Glee' guest star, but will there be a certain Hilton alongside her?
You know, I watched NBC's 'Smash' last night, and while admittedly still finding its feet, I found myself thinking that the show hopefully wouldn't reach that 'Glee' level of pop disaster. Now, just as quickly as one 'Glee' casting raises hope, another sets the disaster bar way, way lower.
We've all had a bit of fun at Lindsay Lohan's expense over the years, but if her recent public image is to be believed, are we really at an end to the so-called "Lind-Sanity?" Time will tell if the "Mean Girl' really has learned her lesson, but for now there's still a bit more fun to be had for parody's sake.
NBC has released the 'Saturday Night Live' promos for Lindsay Lohan's upcoming hosting this (duh) Saturday, March 3 at 11:30 p.m.