Lindsay Lohan is back from whatever vodka-filled K-hole she's been dancing and trying to kidnap refugee children in since that 2013 thriller she made with porn star, James Deen.
Even though she bought a beach-front nightclub in Mykonos, her new MTV reality show wants to make it clear she's not there to party. As an audience, this news is highly disappointing, but as her incredibly close friend (unconfirmed) and longtime diehard loyalist, I fully support it.
Anyone who signs up to have Lindsay Lohan as their boss is already someone I wouldn't trust as the picture of mental health, but someone who also agrees to have it all on film is another kind of crazy entirely. The show's premise is based on watching Lohan try to build a Greek nightclub empire (she already has clubs in Athens and Rhodes) while overseeing a staff of attractive, 20-something singles flown in from America. Before I was rudely interrupted from my favorite redheaded boss by my least favorite redheaded boss (AKA Donald Trump and his wall speech), I was lucky enough to watch the premiere of "Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club."