Lindsay Lohan has admitted she'll "probably mess up on the first night" of her debut appearance in David Mamet's play Speed-The-Plow at London's Playhouse Theatre.
Now that's not the comeback attitude we know LiLo is capable of. Let's not rule out a massive career turn-around just yet.
Rehearsals start in London at the end of August but the big opening night is 24 September.
Clearly, Lindsay is a little anxious about hitting the stage in front of a live audience.
"I think it's just the idea of when it starts, on opening night, that's what makes me the most nervous. I'll probably mess up on the first night just out of fear," she said in an interview with the Mail Online.
"I've never done a play before. I've never even taken acting lessons, I've never done anything like that and it's something new to me and it's live."
Wait, what? Never had acting lessons - not even for Mean Girls or Parent Trap? *Widens eyes*
Okay, but she's got time to practise if she really buckles down and refrains from hanging out at The Chiltern Firehouse.
In other Lohan news, she's also spoken out about wanting to write a memoir trilogy.
"I want to put [out] a lot of photos and cool stuff; it will probably be like a trilogy, like Harry Potter, because there's so many" she told the newspaper.
"I've kept journals my whole life, since when I was a kid and stuff and I think I have a lot to say."
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