Lindsay Lohan Pole Dances, Talks Drinking on ‘Alan Carr’ [VIDEO]
Lindsay Lohan continues to be a consummate promoter. The beleaguered actress pole danced with Alan Carr on the British TV host's eponymous 'Chatty Man' talk show and spoke about how she can't remember the last time she imbibed, in an episode airing tonight (April 25).
First, LiLo taught the host how to dance for a sec and then she made it rain for him, once he showed off his pole prowess. If we were giving out grades, La Lohan would get an A, but Carr would get an A+.
Then she spoke about her Oprah-backed reality show and here is where it gets confusing.
While a recent Kode cover story purports that Lohan drank during the interview, which she and her team deny, claiming that she conducted the interview via email and never met with the mag in person, she told Carr, when asked about her last drink, "I don’t know. A long amount of time."
But then she sad something contradictory.
"I mean there was a point on the show when I was in a relationship with someone and I like had a drink and I freaked out and didn’t want to say anything on the show as I didn’t know how that would come across and I was just scared," she said. (Quotes via EntertainmentWise.)
Lohan continued, "And that’s when it kind of hit home that I was doing a docu-series, and I was like you know what, I’m honest and I’m open and I’ve never really hid anything, unfortunately there are some things I would’ve like to have kept hidden have been out there. But it felt good to put something out there that people could possibly relate to. And that’s why I was happy to have this docu-series as it could help people."
Okay, wait. So while she denies drinking in front of Kode, she had a drink during the taping of the show? Hmm. Is Linds being a little untruthful?
About the show, she said, "It’s a very raw look in to my life. At first, it was really uncomfortable as I wasn’t used to it and having all the camera’s around. And I was just moving back to New York and getting settled into a new way of living. But it got really comfortable as it went on, and really dark at some points, and really happy at some points. But it was nice and Oprah as been an amazing person in my life."