Hey girls of LesPlanet, our beloved Lindsay Lohan surprise us again, this time with an interview with the magazine Harper's Bazaar where she talks about his challenges, her past, her family and not as ... love ...
After close to five months in rehab in 2007, Lindsay, 22, is embracing maturity and recognizing she must take responsibility for her actions. "I was going to clubs all the time, and it was not okay. I was so alone. It made me not focus on what I was doing," she says now.
But Lindsay admits candidly, "I did it to myself, and I have to deal with the consequences. I'm thankful for what I can take out of it. Now I feel clear. That's my past, and I'm a different person now. I have goals and I'm working to achieve them. I'm not hanging out with people who are out every night getting fucked up.
"And," she adds sheepishly with a smile, "I think that I'm happy."
She refuses to name DJ Samantha Ronson, known for her boyish attire, skinny jeans, and porkpie hat, as the object of her affection, though she has alluded to their relationship on her MySpace blog.
"I feel like it jinxes it," Lindsay says cryptically. "It's hard. The second I start talking about whomever I'm seeing, a month or two later it's failed." The two have been inseparable for months. They have been photographed together on countless occasions: at Ronson's sister's fashion show in New York; cavorting in bikinis on the beach in Los Cabos, Mexico; at Lindsay's prom-themed 22nd-birthday party this past summer.
To the question Has she previously been with a girl? She laughs and says,
Lindsay also recently completed her first film in more than a year, Labor Pains, a comedy in which she stars as a secretary who fakes a pregnancy to hold on to her job.
Besides, she adds, "I still need to be in charge of taking care of myself and getting my shit in line and buying a house."
And working on convincing Hollywood she's gainfully employable again. Lindsay realizes it's not an easy road, "but I know people wouldn't have gone to see my movies if I didn't make them laugh or make them cry. I think it's a matter of finding the right thing.
"That's what this business is" she continues, that's what she is. "It builds you up to take you down and then sees how far you can come back. "I don't really worry, though. I'm a fighter," Lindsay says, "I'm up for a challenge, and I won't settle."
Well girls like you see, it seems that Lindsay is maturing and has things a little more clear and incidentally also makes clear to us all of us, do you believe? anyway from what may LesPlanet wish her well.