“I hate it when people call me a teen queen.”Â
Sure, I can see that would be a little annoying, however true.Â HerÂ entourage, which includes a personal assistant, an icy publicist and always an in-tow friendÂ takes care of every need of this littleÂ real-life Drama Queen.Â From a hankering for a McDonald’s happy meal to a napkin while she vomits up the happy meal, they are at her beck and call.Â
She recently worked on a more grown-up role acting opposite Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin & Tommy Lee Jones in Robert Altman’s A Prairie Home Companion due out this July.Â I’m sure the rest of the cast was just tickled to death to work with such a mature and delightful young lady.Â Who knows, maybe she found a consoling ear in Streep and they spent the days away talking about Wilmer Valderram’s insensitivity and lack of commitment, that was after theÂ topless pillow fights of course.
Lindsay went on to say that the past year, “felt like five lifetimes because I’ve grown up a lot.Â I know better what to do and what not to do (in bed).Â I lost sight of the people and the things that are most important to me (in bed).”Â
OK, I couldn’t help insertingÂ the infamous fortune cookie add-on, it made what Lindsay said almost interesting.