If you've ever wanted to know what it's really like to be Lindsay Lohan, don't worry, you're going to get a chance to see for yourself. Lohan is launching a lifestyle website and app via Preemium that promises to give fans an all-access look at her life (or at least a curated version of it). On the site, she wrote, "I will give you access to all my exclusive content and tell you all my secrets and breaking news before anyone else." The website will feature "personal diaries, video updates, exclusive personal photos, fashion and beauty tutorials, shopping guides, behind the scenes content, my favorite products and much more." Basically, Lohan's latest venture is her way of truly connecting with fans on an even more personal level.
Lohan said in a statement,
Like other celebrities who have launched their own personal websites and apps, this all-access pass to Lohan's lifestyle will cost you. For $2.99 a month, the Mean Girls star is letting you take a peek at what she's up to. It's certainly a solid way for Lohan to take control of her own narrative.
Over the past few years, Lohan hasn't grabbed as many headlines for her acting roles. She hasn't actually made a film since 2015, when she starred in the short film Till Human Voices Wake Us. Though, Lohan did just join the cast of the Rupert Grint show Sick Note, which is a sign her website may be a good way to follow her revived acting career. (Hopefully, this means she'll also be returning to the Life Size sequel too.)
Most of the recent news about her has been in regard to her personal life. Some of it wasn't always good news, like the rumored trouble between Lohan and her ex-fiancé Egor Tarabasov. Other times, commentary was mean-spirited, like those criticizing Lohan for her "new accent."
More recently, though, she's been making headlings for her charity work, most notably her work with Syrian refugees. Giving fans a closer look at how she's helping these families at a time when President Donald Trump is trying to still create a travel ban could actually lead to some real change. It may even encourage others to offer their assistance to those in need.
This move to create her own lifestyle website feels like a natural one for Lohan, who's become known as more of a celebrity than an actor. It seems she's leaning into that and choosing to be honest about where she is in life. After years of being the butt of the joke, she's taking control. And she's letting fans take a look at what it means to be Lindsay Lohan in 2017 — and beyond.