Monday, October 6, 2014

Lindsay Lohan's Official West End Debut Panned

The David Mamet play Speed the Plow starring Lindsay Lohan officially opened in London's West end over the weekend and the reviews are not good.

Which of these doesn’t belong: Laurence Olivier. Peter O’Toole. John Gielgud. Lindsay Lohan. “Speed-the-Plow” officially opened at London’s Playhouse Theater on Thursday, where the onetime child star again tried to revive a career that’s long been secondary to her dramatic, destructive behavior in nightclubs and on reality shows. At one point on stage, Lohan’s character exclaimed, “I know what it is to be bad, I’ve been bad.” But Lohan wasn’t so much “bad” as she was just, well, not very good, according to one audience member, who said that she was still being fed lines from a helper backstage.
This is hardly the first time Lohan has struggled with lines. She hadn’t memorized her script for last week’s preview performances either, a source said. (We’re going to pass on the easy cocaine jokes here, but feel free to Google old Oprah Winfrey interviews with the constantly rehabbing wild-child.) While a host of journalists were invited to check out Lohan’s big opening, after our scathing review of her first stage appearance last week, the Daily News was denied tickets, despite there being vast lots of empty seats. That’s something this show should get used to.
Jacked from NY Daily News  


zeeedeee said...

This girl is fried!..who tf keeps her gainfully employed?

WTF???!!!!! said...

Is she really in her 20s?? DAYUM!!! They keep hiring her b/c evidently she has a mattress attached to her back. just nasty!.

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