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I don't think this is going to sell well. People don't care about Lindsay anymore, she is so irrelevent now.

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I don't think this is going to sell well. People don't care about Lindsay anymore, she is so irrelevent now.
Karl is even over her!
i still lke her though

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isn't she pretty fresh out of rehab? weird that she'd get this cover already.

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i like the cover

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Hmm.....what's inside....and I hope the subscriber cover is better.

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Karl is even over her!
He compliment her at last Chanel haute couture :/

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Lindsay's Super Comeback

With the word BREATHE inked on her wrist, the newly refreshed star is doing just that
By Rose Apodaca

You know, I don't want to go out," Lindsay Lohan says cautiously during brunch on a crisp winter morning at one of her favorite hangouts, the patio of the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Wearing a long-sleeved cotton shirt, leggings, and ankle boots—no cardigan, no scarf—she huddles up in a heated booth. "The one thing that stops me?" she continues with a determined look. "What are they going to say if there's a picture? Is it worth it? It's not. Not right now. I need to work."

SEE LOOKBOOK: LINDSAY LOHAN

A chat with Lindsay Lohan is a precarious proposition. Her exploits (most recently, her public adventures at the Capri film festival) are reported as fast and as furiously as her red-carpet changes. So gauging her next move—let alone whether she can maintain being best friend and not worst enemy to herself—is far from a simple task.

It's not her bank account that Lindsay, 21, is worried about. Getting back on track means refocusing attention on the talent she's the first to admit she hasn't fully released—a trifecta of acting, singing, and dancing. (Today's leggings showcase gams worthy of a variety-show vixen.) Two years of films that should have signaled her graduation from child star to serious actress (A Prairie Home Companion, Bobby, and Georgia Rule ) were largely overshadowed by the drama of her real-life Truman Show.

Today there's no new film to promote, no new album as of yet, either, although of late she spends evenings in the studio laying tracks for her third effort. "I'd love to work with Timbaland. I'd love to work with Kanye West, 50 Cent if I could," she dreams aloud. She'd also like to take a show on tour, complete with dancers and backup singers.

Appearing as sanguine and refreshed as only a stay deep in the Utah woods can provide, Lindsay appears earnest about her future—even if that future inevitably has its moments of fallibility. The darkness under her green-gray eyes is gone, replaced by that illuminating spark that causes even her critics to fall madly for her. She looks directly at you when making a point, and she doesn't (gasp!) touch her BlackBerry for at least an hour.

One thing Lindsay can't give up (right now) is smoking, an addiction that she, like many others who've undergone alcohol and drug rehab, retains despite her asthma and despite the nagging throat clearing today that interrupts the conversation. "I always feel like I need a cigarette with coffee. But I'm trying to smoke less," she says with a rueful look. To that end, she pulls out Ariva, a nonprescription —"nonaddicting," she dutifully notes—mint that cuts the cravings. In the weeks to come, bloggers will accuse Lindsay of being on the take with Ariva's makers when she's photographed repeatedly holding the little green box. She's not. The court of public opinion is a cross that's as exhausting to bear as it is of her own making.

Ditto when it comes to her associations. Since her release from the Cirque Lodge treatment center in Utah last October and her subsequent community service with the American Red Cross for her two DUI convictions, Lindsay has been romantically linked to just about every man she hangs out with. (Never mind the trio of Italian lads on her Capri fling.) "I'd like to be able to have a private relationship with someone and not have that too exposed, because it's personal," she says. "The cameras are constantly there, and they're constantly looking for the negative. So one roll of the eyes and you're deemed drunk. One wrong step, your ankle twists, and you're drunk. They can declare, 'Lindsay drunk in the day!' Which I never was in my life, actually."

Friendships with the likes of housemate Courtenay Semel, the sober 28-year-old daughter of Yahoo chairman Terry Semel, however, are just part of Lindsay's commitment to sobriety. "I definitely have gone through a change of people around me because I'm not in the scene as much. My friends have changed, too, and they've grown as well." One who hasn't gone away is her day-to-day manager, Jenni Muro. "Oh, my God. She's my big sister," insists Lindsay. "I don't know what I'd do without Jenni!"

Lindsay is as keen to work behind the camera as in front of it. She and Muro have been reviewing scripts for potential film or television projects for her company, Crossheart Productions. Getting a meeting with Tim Burton is a priority in the new year since he's slated to direct Alice in Wonderland, and Lindsay is set on scoring the lead. In fact, that's why she's sporting the blonde locks. "I hope they don't want an un-known," she says, distressed at the very possibility, twisting a forefinger around a thick platinum wave.

Like a film student, she's been fervidly consuming an eclectic mix of movies, both at the multiplex ("I loved Atonement!") and in the living room of her new digs. (In the past few days, it's been All About Eve, 21 Grams, and Gia.) After years of living like a rock star in hotels—a year at the Hollywood Roosevelt, followed by two years and two suites at the Chateau Marmont—Lindsay wanted to go home. Which meant actually creating a home. Last fall, she took the keys to a Beverly Hills estate she leases with Semel. It took her five years of living in Los Angeles, where she moved when she was a squeaky-sweet 16, to finally settle down. The house is cozy, she says, quickly emphasizing, "but it's not shabby chic or anything."

But sometimes a girl can't resist the bright lights and big parties. "I have it in me to go, go, go," she says. "I'm still young. I love life. I love music and being around that. I love people, and I'm a very social person. But I also love being home, quiet and normal." And for the first time, maybe ever, Lindsay admits she's okay being home alone. "I've always been a homebody," she reveals, perfectly stone-faced. "Seriously," she adds, her entire body shifting forward as if to prove it. "I was just running away from what my home had become."

It's more what it wasn't. Girls often go wild because of their family dynamics. And in Lindsay's case, that dysfunction—including father Michael Lohan's stints in prison—has played a central role in her public drama, while her press-loving "momager," Dina, plans to executive produce and star in her own reality series with Lindsay's 14-year-old sister, budding starlet Ali.

"Not seeing my father was really hard for me, and not being with my family enough," Lindsay explains, her shoulders hunched over her cup. "I wasn't taking any time to just sit and live and breathe. I was going, going, going, and that ran me down. It was a stressor. It upset me. I didn't have a father to call, and that was a lot of the pain."

Remarkably, she isn't blaming her parents for her troubles. Instead of splitting ranks, the oldest of four finds peace and strength at home at the Lohan residence on Long Island, where she used to just drop off her bags before rushing into the city to party. "When I was home last time, I was there. It felt really good. It was nice to be home. I'm a family girl. I love my family. I love them to death. They're amazing, and that's something you can't take for granted."

The haze of the past two years may, in fact, be lifting. During that time, Lindsay had tattooed on her wrist, in white ink, BREATHE. She's now trying to do just that. She's even taken to meditation, along with the long naps that have become part of her routine. She still loves to shop, but she has scaled back as she assesses her priorities, including purging some of her much-touted wardrobe. "I have had so many crates in storage, mostly clothes. I open them and it's like shopping—amazing. Stuff I didn't even know I had." Like her collection of vintage Pucci dresses or the many, many new frocks whose tags she's never removed. She's compelled to do some spring-cleaning, if not for her benefit then for others, like the Red Cross. "I want to do something because it's like, I have so much stuff."

In the end, it's getting through the stuff that's going to ultimately determine Lindsay's sober new life. And she knows it. "When I look back on this last year, it's like, what was I thinking?" she admits, her voice still a raspy calm, a pot of coffee in her. "I've learned so much, though, like learning to live my life a different way ... and I wasn't taking the time to feel my feelings. Being away and going to a place where I could learn about that and take the time with a clear mind to get back on the right track was nice."

Does she dream of a time when she will be less public, less infamous, when the lenses are trained on someone else? "I don't know if I want there to be," Lindsay says, reclining back into the booth. "This is what I do. This is what comes with it."

Source: http://www.harpersbazaar.com/magazine/cove...n-0308?click=pp
Love the interview

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I like this...Lindsay will never be over, as long as she is still crazy, she will remain in the publics interest. Any news on the eds?

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I bet that the subscribers cover is much better!

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When will this be on newsstands?

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It's just a theme for the photo shoots. Why need to be related to her?
it would be more interesting if it was related to her. if you choose a theme for the shoot thats not the normal on the beach or in the studio, then the shoot seems kinda random if theres no connection between the celebrity and the theme. if they used models this would not be an issue.

for example (even though i hate them) Paris and Nicole's shoot with the cops chasing them, with a criminal and justice theme was really good because it connected to their lives. the idea of Nicole and Paris actually going to jail was very realistic therefore the editorial was a little more interesting because it showed Nicole and Paris' lives in a high fashion editorial sort of view.

now if Glenda and all the other workers of harpers are trying to say that Lindsay is a super hero, then they need to express that a little better. because right now all i see is Lindsay running around l.a. with two guys in costumes.


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I love it .
The inside story : her and the super heroes is fun.
Sure Lindbergh and her had a lot of fun.

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i am not so sure with that cover but honestly, Lindsay Lohan is so over!

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ugh...
I remember a time when the March issues were always a "must-buy"... those days are long gone. I suppose I should wait to see the editorials, but Lindsay's layout is dull (and ugly) so I'm not expecting much from this issue in terms of content.

Meanwhile, if Lindsay lands the role of Alice I will gag!

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^I do not think she will.

Times like this make me wish English was my first language so I could write them a long letter about why we do not want this loser on the cover of a fashion magazine

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