"Ashley Albright is running a fashion house. She's like a Diane Von Furstenburg with really good luck."
Aubrey Fleming: I Know Who Killed Me
Aspiring pianist and writer Aubrey disappears on a night out in the 2007 psychological thriller, and yet another random twin who was separated at birth turns up.
"So there's two ways I can go with this, because we didn't know if she had a sister or not. One is six feet under, the other one is FBI. They've both changed their names, so it's CIA, FBI and they're friends with Anna Coleman. So they're taking over the White House."
Cady Heron: Mean Girls
Cady is arguably the most famous character in the Lindsay Lohan repertoire, and lately featured as part of Ariana Grande's iconic Thank U, Next music video.
"Cady Heron is definitely back in Africa building homes for orphan gorillas. For sure, obviously."
Elizabeth 'Lola' Steppe: Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
The Broadway obsessed 15-year-old gal played by Lohan who gets embroiled in the New Yorker life with Megan Fox.
"Lola would be a director on Broadway. She'd be directing Mean Girls right now, duh."
Rachel Wilcox: Georgia Rule
Rachel's a rebel who gets caught up in drug use, sex and drinking at 17. Jane Fonda plays the badass granny who turns Rachel's life around.
"Rachel would be a lawyer, definitely a female activist, for sure."
Casey Stuart: Life Size
The tomboy who plays quarterback on the seventh grade football team. Casey sets the world into crazy mode by trying to RESURRECT her dead mother. Yup, that was a plot-line, with Tyra Banks.
"Casey would be living in Texas dating a really famous football player. She'd be friends with Giselle and Tom Brady, they'd have kids parties together.
So there you have it: a comprehensive breakdown of every Lindsay Lohan character's lives in modern day.
According to the woman herself; "I'm pretty sure they could put every character together and create a really good Capitol Hill office."
Hmm, interesting notion. The standard at the moment doesn't exactly seem sky high to be fair…
Check out the original video below;
As far as modern-day Lindsay Lohan herself goes… who know's what character's she'll decide to play next.
Kate Hudson has slammed rumours that she suffers from an eating disorder.
The Glee actress had previously sued the National Enquirer for claims implying she had a eating disorder back in 2006 saying she was: "looking like skin and bone." The actress received both and apology and compensation from the paper. But she isn't done insisting the dangers of such rumours yet.
According to the actress, it isn't the lie itself that bothers her most, it’s the impression it gives to young girls who believe it.
The mum-of-two spoke to Red magazine and explained: “If there is one thing I will never have, it is an eating disorder. I won’t have girls – even if it is just one or two who care – thinking that. Because it is a serious sickness, not something to plaster on the cover of a magazine. And I am the opposite.”
The actress continued on to say that, most of all, she wants girls to be happy within themselves: “I want girls to love themselves. I want them to feel good about who they are… The thing is, I’m lucky because I was loved. But I have seen so many young women who can’t feel good about themselves because they just don’t have… that love.”
Kate is currently engaged to Muse frontman, Matt Bellamy, and has said that there are no wedding plans, yet: “I’m not in a rush. We are basically married. It’s really about when we are going to take the time to plan a wedding.”
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