Lindsay Lohan's catapult from Disney darling to questionable car crash has been an interesting and dream-dashing one to say the least, but on the eve of her 30th birthday, the star reveals she's set to write up her wrongs in a tell-all autobiography.
Talking to Vanity Fair, the good-humored, red-headed actress — who's recently embarked down a new spiritual path — explained that her book will focus on personal troubles, likely her brushes with the law and widely publicized mug shots, while simultaneously offering advice on overcoming life's obstacles:
"I am in the process of writing a book, and I am very excited to share my personal experiences in life and how to overcome obstacles."
Hoping the message she pens will resonate with readers who're going through rough times themselves, Lohan proposes that forging immaterial connections with one's inner sanctum is the key to self-acceptance.
"I hope that my words will connect with those who need some guidance when [or] if they are in a tough place. I am grateful that I have a voice, which I can now feel comfortable using as a platform to let people know that we all have ups and downs in life, and we can all come up from the downs if we get in touch with our inner self and spiritual side."
Despite squarely fitting into the Hollywood trajectory of child star turned sorry state, since firmly endearing herself to us in The Parent Trap and Mean Girls, many of us have been rooting for a Lohanaissance for years and hopefully working through her life, chapter by literal chapter, will finally provide the public closure she so clearly desires.
I, for one, will be setting my Amazon alerts ON for this, pronto.
Are you rooting for the Lohanaissance?
Source: Vanity Fair