Lindsay Lohan is at the point in her career where every move she makes is considered a comeback attempt. Last night the actress appeared on “Saturday Night Live” with musical guest Jack White. The latter’s appearance was reason enough to tune in, but the extra incentive to watch was basically to see if Lohan would hold it together for an entire show (her opening monologue was based around that theme).
Remember, Lohan, when she’s on her game, is fully capable of delivering a solid comic performance–she was quite good in such movies as “Mean Girls,” “The Parent Trap,” and “Freaky Friday,” and if you don’t think she was, well, you’re just being a hater. On last night’s “SNL,” she didn’t have any real breakout moments on the show, but there were a couple skits worth watching, including a sketch sending up the Real Housewives Franchise along with the Disney Princesses. White, in his performances, rocked.
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Lindsay Lohan's Return to 'Saturday Night Live': Road to Redemption?
Lindsay Lohan made the most of her personal and legal woes in her so-called "comeback" appearance on "Saturday Night Live."
For Lohan, hosting "Saturday Night Live" is almost like coming home. It's her fourth time hosting the show, but it's been six years since the last time.
Appearing in a modest blue dress, Lohan jumped into a self-mocking monologue as cast members came out to welcome her to the show.
As she walked toward the audience a siren went off - a riff on Lohan's once often active ankle monitor.
Kenan Thompson came to help the starlet but wound up shining a light in her eyes to make sure they were clean.
Kristin Wiig piled on, greeting Lohan by giving her a full body pat-down.
When Wiig coyly explained herself by saying "I'm a lesbian now," Lohan quipped, "been there, done that."
Jimmy Fallon made a guest appearance for Lohan, announcing that John Hamm (in the audience) was on hand in case she couldn't handle her duties.
It was a sharp contrast to the last four years..
Lindsay Lohan returned to Saturday Night Live after a six-year absence and to a monologue that was one part up-front about her recent drug issues, another part totally hilarious, and the third part a loving welcome back.
LOL at the haters jumping in ONTD to post reviews before the fans that usually post Lindsay's news from sources like the DAILY MAIL and CONTACT MUSIC.
YES, I NOTICED.