Lindsay Lohan is reaching out to her fans and her U.S. roots. The 33-year-old actress, singer, and “The Masked Singer Australia” judge has proven hugely vocal amid the coronavirus pandemic – COVID-19 has seen the star make headlines for encouraging the public to social distance, alongside offering sneak peeks into her own quarantine life from Dubai. Lindsay announced plans to return Stateside as part of her New Year’s Resolution in December 2019 – clearly, though, with the world on lock-down, travel is currently out of the question.
A little love never goes amiss, though, and Lindsay delivered some on Monday.
Lindsay took to her stories earlier today with an image that sent love – and many times over. The redhead had taken a selfie of herself in a gray and black polka-dot top, then adding heart-shaped frames and squeezing over a dozen of the same photo into a collage.
“Sending some love,” the star wrote as she shot the camera a direct gaze and cute smile.
Lindsay has been showing Instagram how coronavirus has affected the Middle East. Her well-wishing story came followed by a photo of “Disinfectant Drones.”
A “hang in there” meme was also shared to the “Xanax” singer’s account today.
Lindsay made headlines recently for signing up to Cameo. The personalized video message service sees a string of celebrity faces offering to post a tailored video in return for a fee. While former Olympian and “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” face Caitlynn Jenner charges $2,500 a pop, Lindsay’s fee is one-tenth – she’ll record you a “Mean Girls” greeting for $250.
“Hi, everyone! I’m Lindsay Lohan and I’m so excited to be on Cameo and connect with you all,” she said in her announcement for the novel website.
Lohan comes with a reputation – at least she did. With the 2000s largely seeing the former child star stumbling out of clubs with the likes of Paris Hilton and Mischa Barton, the “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” face was known as a party girl.
Speaking to Variety in 2019, Lindsay spoke of why people “don’t want to hire her.”
“I think there’s a misconception that people still have about me, and I think it’s unfortunate. Hopefully, this will change people’s perception once and for all,” she told the magazine.
Everything from the ’90s and 2000s seems to be getting a reboot, although the iconic 2004 “Mean Girls” movie hasn’t made the cut. That said, Lindsay did reveal that she’d be totally down for a sequel.
“If anyone has asked for this more than I have, please tell me. I’ve said it so many times, and so many people have asked me, and I think we’d have so much fun doing it. Tina [Fey] and Lorne [Michaels] are so amazing, and to bring everyone back together would be great. Last time I was in New York, I went up to Lorne, and I was like, “Please!” It’s in their hands,” she said.