One of the most publicized train wrecks in recent memory has surrounded actress Lindsay Lohan. Long gone are her Parent Trap Disney days and people have gotten all too familiar with her ways of hard partying and making herself look foolish through poor decisions.
But Lohan wants to comeback, and even though her luck has hardly changed in 2013, from embarrassing interviews with Oprah to her erotic film The Canyons that bombed, Lohan is determined to comeback. She’s desperately attempting yet another period of complete transition, but it seems to be eluding her.
Saturday Night Live is also in a period of complete transition as mostly all of it’s major names have moved on to bigger things after the May finale of the 2013-13 season. Bill Hader, Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen and Seth Meyers are all departing to pursue other aspects of their career, with Hader and Sudeikis going hard for Hollywood and Meyers staying local to maneuver his way into NBC’s late night talk show lineup.
According to RadarOnline, the two sides may be coming together to help one another out.
Naturally, these two sides are trying to come together as SNL needs a big name to trot out in order to drum up controversy, while Lohan needs an opportunity to tap into her creative side as a way to erase the stains of the past ten years of her life.
There’s nothing set in stone at the moment, but Lohan’s career may be on the mend if she can turn in a great SNL performance. Then again, that’s assuming SNL has the pop culture pull that it used to have.