Lindsay Lohan Might Actually Manage to Not be a Mess!

8/2/2013 10:00 AM PDT, by
You see that photo of Lindsay Lohan right there? That's Lindsay from almost two years ago, back when she was a bleached blonde with big problems and many, many court dates. She looks ... well, she doesn't look that great there, to be honest. But this Lindsay isn't the Lindsay of today. No, the Lindsay of today is sober, happy, and focused on getting her life back together. Oh, and she's a redhead. That's probably the most important thing, the red hair.

It's been just a few days since Lindsay completed her 90 days in rehab, and she's already back to work, but you know what else she's doing? She's living with a sober coach. For real! The coach is someone she worked during rehab, and she's staying at his house for now. He'll go with her on her trip to Europe to help her out, and after that, he'll live with her in New York for a while. Is that not the most responsible thing you've ever heard about a Lohan or what?!

As if that isn't evidence of how seriously Lindsay is taking her sobriety, a source close to Lindsay confirmed that she wants to live a quieter life because "the days of her clubbing and partying are over and she is a new girl."

Love you, Lindsay! Keep at it! You've always been our favorite! Please consider a "Mean Girls" sequel and maybe another hosting gig on "Saturday Night Live" where you learn some of your lines!
Filed Under:  Lindsay Lohan

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