With her new reality show premiering this week, prepare for full on Lohandemonium.
On Monday, the actress-turned-businesswoman was a guest on "Good Morning America" and Andy Cohen's SiriusXM radio show, Radio Andy, where they both asked her about the topics that really matter: Paris Hilton, staying clean and, yes, that amazing video of her dancing like a fool in Mykonos.
Let's start with Andy, who threw a ton of totally random questions at his guest, starting with her plans to return to the movie world.
"I bought the rights to this book 'The Honeymoon,' so I'm writing it with the author of the book," she explained. "I like being a little more in control of it. But that's definitely something I want to do." For now, she's really focused on expanding her nightclub franchise, after establishing spots in both Athens, Rhodes and Mykonos, where "Lindsay Lohan Beach Club" was filmed.
From there, Cohen just had to ask about Hilton's shady comments on his show, saying Lindsay basically crashed the party in that infamous Holy Trinity photo of her, Paris and Britney Spears. "I haven't even seen her in years," Lohan said when asked about Hilton's comments. "That's not the story. I'm not here to talk about Paris. Maybe she doesn't remember it, end of story."
Yeah, she clearly didn't want to get into it and later added that she hasn't spoken with Britney recently either.
Cohen also wanted to know more about her "Lindsay" series on OWN, which she didn't sound too fond of either. Comparing it to her new show, Lohan said the Oprah Winfrey Network project "was different, there was also a director, so it was different." She added, "[It was more] out of my hands, it was more produced, which I didn't think would be the situation going into it." That being said, her experience there didn't give her any hesitations when it came to signing onto the MTV show, which focuses more on her professional life than personal one.
Speaking of that personal life, she said she's not dating anyone right now and simply doesn't "have the time right now" anyway. Her type? "I like smart businessmen," she answered, "who don't have Instagram."
Among other things we learned: LiLo is not fond of that nickname (but said "you can call someone worse things"), she hasn't seen "Mean Girls" on Broadway yet, her favorite film of hers is "Parent Trap" and learned the most from Jamie Lee Curtis, who taught her that her attitude "sets the tone" for everyone else on set.
FULL INTERVIEW: @lindsaylohan one-on-one with @GStephanopoulos, opening up about her most recent projects and what fans can expect from @lohanbeachclub premiering on @MTV: https://t.co/lgJ9y1Myyp pic.twitter.com/Lb0oZbM0OU— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 7, 2019
Over on "GMA," George Stephanopoulos showed everyone the infamous video of her dancing away at her beach club. "I can't even watch," she said. "This was a day we had a big pride party and a lot of the cast we have, the VIP hosts, they were doing a really good job and I wanted everyone to have fun. They dragged me onstage, and this is what happens." She added, "It's almost a mistake now, I think, I really can't watch it!"
Noting that Lohan has been open about her struggles with drugs and alcohol in the past, he then asked if she was worried about getting back into the club scene.
"No, I'm running the place, so I don't have time for any of that," she responded. "People have said so many negative things about me when I went out to clubs and dancing, having fun. I want people to see the positive side of it instead of finding the negative always."
Of a potential "Mean Girls" sequel, she didn't have much to offer, simply saying, "I don't know, that's not a question for me. I love everybody in the cast and we're all still friends."
Don't worry, Lohan's appearances aren't done yet. She'll also appear on "Watch What Happens Live" on Wednesday opposite "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Danielle Staub -- and we can't wait!