The "Mean Girls" star revealed that she turned down Harry Styles after he randomly showed up outside her hotel room.
"I didn't know it was him," she told The Sun on Wednesday. "He was in a suit. I said, 'Well, you're very good-looking. Can I help you?' That was it."
The actress said the One Directioner introduced himself using only his first name and told her that two of their mutual friends had sent him over.
"I was in bed. I was like, 'I'm going to bed but it was nice to meet you,'" she recalled. "It was 2 a.m. I had just come back from an AA meeting. I looked like s--t, too. I was wearing a big hotel robe; I had a slip under it. It was not a good look."
"It didn't click who he was at the time," she continued. "I told my sister the next day and she was like, 'Wait, are you kidding me? Do you understand? Do you have his number? Can I have it?'"
Needless to say, Lilo didn't get Harry's number. The two had another uncomfortable run-in recently in Los Angeles!
"I saw him in L.A. recently," she admitted. "I think it's probably awkward on both our parts now."
While she didn't hit it off with Styles, Lohan is smitten with her new boyfriend, Egor Tarabasov.
"I haven't known Egor for that long," she told the outlet. "We've been together for about seven months. He is a great guy. I met him in the summer. I'm really happy."
Lindsay may be loving life with her new beau, but it was her move to London that helped her get over her troubled past.
"That's the one thing in America they always have done with me. If I have ever been linked to someone, they always say, 'This guy is so good for Lindsay. Look at how he has changed her.' I am just like, 'F--k you,' because I have done this for me," she declared. "I take care of myself and then they just set it up to fail. The smartest thing I have done for myself is making the move to London I came to London by myself. Being here is such a big deal. I didn't have anyone here at first."
"The people who I used to hang out with are waking up at 5 a.m. Now I wake up at 9 a.m. I have more self-control," she continued. "I got into meditation. I don't feel the pressure that I used to feel. Ten years of my life was wasted because of me being made an example of. Once I finished with that my hands were clean and I said, 'Right. I'm going to go and take care of me.'"