- In a New York Times profile published Tuesday, actress Lindsay Lohan said she plans to star in a reality series for MTV.
- Lohan, who just opened a beach club in Mykonos, Greece, said the show will be in the style of “Vanderpump Rules.”
- In the profile, Lohan also discussed how her life has improved since she moved overseas, where she has a more private life than in the United States.
Actress Lindsay Lohan said she plans to star in a reality series for MTV, according to a New York Times profile published Tuesday. The show, Lohan said, will be in the style of Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules,” and will follow her life overseas as she runs her new business.
“Vanderpump Rules” follows Lisa Vanderpump, who first gained fame on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” as she runs her West Hollywood restaurant, SUR (short for Sexy Unique Restaurant). The show has gained prominence due to Vanderpump’s management style over a wild group of employees.
Lohan recently opened a beach club in Mykonos, Greece, which includes a restaurant and bar.
“There’s a business side to my life now,” Lohan told the Times.”But I’m not in America, so no one knows about it, which is nice for me. Because I get to actually focus on the result of things.” In addition to her club, Lohan also has a lawyers.com sponsorship. In an ad for the site, Lohan made cheeky remarks about her history of needing a lawyer after multiple arrests.
Lohan’s presence overseas has helped her stay away from tabloids. Lohan told the Times that she moved to Dubai partly because of the privacy it gave her, because photography intruding on privacy is illegal. Lohan told the Times she feels so safe in Dubai that, sometimes, she doesn’t lock her apartment doors.
While Lohan’s primary focus right now, and potential reality series, would revolve around her business, she’s still acting. She recently filmed a British comedy series called “Sick Note” opposite Rupert Grint, who played Ron Weasley in the “Harry Potter” films.
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