Lindsay Lohan’s mantra is obviously “If at first you don’t succeed, try again.” Considering she has tried and failed to sustain a comeback so many times, she can’t fault anyone for questioning her dedication to her next move: a play at London’s West End. In a new interview, the troubled star said that she will not miss any shows and vowed to stay out of trouble.
Last month, producers for a new production of David Mamet’s Speed-The-Pillow officially announced that Lohan, 28, would be making her stage debut in the play. Considering her reputation, that has left many skeptical.
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