Amanda Bines is not the only one trying to #BreakTheInternet this year, like Lindsay Lohan joins Paper year edition of the magazine.
Holding her apple and dressed as a very sexy Snezana for the digital cover of the edition, Lohan opened her latest controversy in magma: that bizarre video of Instagram Live for her getting hit in the face in September.
In case you missed it, the 32-year-old star "Mean Girls" documented a four-member family around Moscow, saying they were Syrian refugees who needed help. She accused parents of smuggling their children before trying to take them, and then throw them in the face of themselves.
At first, Lohan was ready to explain the paper with Paper, telling the journalist during an initial telephone interview that will talk about it more in depth during the photoshop of the magazine.
"Let's talk about it in New York. It's better to talk about it personally, so you can actually understand what's really going on," she explained. She then spoke more generally about securing access to her fans, alluding to the controversy.
"There are actresses, I have several of them according to my knowledge that they do not use Instagram or Twitter, but I feel what they need," she continues. "Your way of controlling the narrative. I recently made a mistake in the fact that the phone recorded a live video and what I learned, but I think it is also important because if you do something and want to give direct access to your fans, you can contact them and see their thoughts and get an opinion. While in the past you have no control over it. "
But when the time for the photoshop came-what she proved to be on time, the fact that her journalist asked the journalist "to notice" – she was too tired to talk. "I read the situation incorrectly," she said later, via email. "I learned from that. And that's all I need to say."
It is clear that Lohan is worried about how she feels in the press, saying the paper tends to highlight the negative moments in her life.
"I would like to know why I constantly press in the press," she asked. "I could do 99 things and one thing is wrong, but that's one thing I'll focus on. I'm doing what's behind the scenes what I can to be the best version of me, which is never mentioned. is everything that seems to have been reported. "
She moved to Dubai and gave Mykonos a little more control over her narrative, because both places were not hotly placed in the paparazzi. With her forthcoming series of "Lindsay Lohan Beach Club", a realistic MTV show in the vein of Vanderpum Rules, she hopes to show her the other side of her.
"I am who I am, I am a good person, I care for myself, I am healthy," she said. "I want to have fun, but that does not mean that I have to go out and drink and be crazy. I have a good relationship with it. It's easier to see the party of other people."
– Lindsay Lohan Club (@MTVBeachClub) December 3, 2018
Fans will see it as a "bitch" in the show, pledged to announce exactly the trailer. This is a little twist for Lohan, something she fully acknowledges. "For kindness we should calm others when they are under stress, what am I in the past – I think back," Oh God, did I behave like that? Ten years ago? "She told the book.
She is also just thrilled to work again, something Lohan said "was ever taken away from me for a while, when I was going through a lot." Lindsay added: "I was wasting money on going to treatment centers because the court was doing me. It was hard for me to continue working because when I find time?"
We will see how she spends her time these days when "Lindsey Lohan Beach Club" premiered on Tuesday, January 8 at MTV. Read the full paper interview here.