Lindsay Lohan to move to London? ‘Here she is a big star, she’s more in demand’


Lindsay Lohan has seemingly decamped to London for a nice, long extended stay. Good. Let Londoners deal with her crack shenanigans for a while. I mean, I’m sorry, London. Sucks for you guys. Lindsay was out and about this weekend, hanging out backstage at G-A-Y nightclub (where Rita Ora was performing), and then stopping by the MYZ Beauty Boutique for what WENN describes as “a relaxing day complete with manicures, food delivery, making friends with the shop dog, and a cigarette break to pose for the cameras.” Sounds about right, except how is she paying for this life of leisure? Word is that she already spent Oprah’s money and then some. I’m assuming Oprah kicked her out of the OWN-rented condo as well. So maybe that’s why LL is thinking about making this trip to London more permanent.

Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan is set to swap her wild New York nights for a potentially more lucrative life in London.

Lindsay, 27, has been searching for the perfect property on a trip to the capital, during which she has split her time between The Dorchester hotel and a private residence in North London.

‘Lindsay prefers the way people in London treat her,’ a friend said. ‘Here she is a big star as opposed to a trashy party girl, which is how people in the US see her. She also knows that she could make more money here from personal appearances. She’s more in demand in London than she is in the US.’

[From The Daily Mail]

For shame, Britons. For shame. I’d be willing to bet that British people and Americans can both agree that Lindsay is a total cracktastrophe, but that’s a good point about her appearance fee. I get the feeling that whenever LL needs money, she does go overseas – most legit American companies are tired of her stupid drama, plus being associated with LL isn’t something most clubs or brands want at this point. We’ll see how she does in England. I’m particularly interested in hearing more about this “private residence in North London.” Some wealthy sugar daddy? Ugh.



Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Clever hand says:

    GOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Take yo mama too

    • AG-UK says:

      REALLY I live here and no one talks about her well not with a straight face.. she will join all the other sad Reality stars, The Only Way is Essex, Big Brother contestants, Made in Chelsea oh maybe she will be right at home (:

      • Lucy says:

        Dude the MIC characters have a teensy bit of class she doesn’t belong with them. The TOWIE lot? perfect for her. She won’t last long anyway she’ll end up pissing someone of and fleeing town

      • kri says:

        @AG I will apologize in advance for the Crackie Monster invading your amazing city. Perhaps she will benefit from not living in the U.S. ( I know we will). All the dealers here will be sad to see her go…

      • Amelia says:

        I’m a cyclist and a road user, if ANYONE lets her behind the wheel of a car I fear a Cracken-shaped path of destruction cutting through the city.
        How North is ‘North’, I’d like to know? North of the river, or full on Cockfosters?
        The latter I can deal with. She’s not welcome any more central than Zone 5, though.

  2. The Original Mia says:

    Didn’t even read. Just started laughing at the title of the article. This chick is delusional. Or the UK is. Don’t they have enough home grown train wrecks without inviting Lindsay to join them?

  3. Mia4S says:

    God Save the Queen. After plague, fire, the blitz, and terrorism…this may finally be it for my beloved London.

  4. bluhare says:

    She’s taking the world famous geographic cure. Those who go to AA know about that. Where your life is in shreds, so you up and move because your life won’t be in shreds at your new place. Well, not for a while anyway.

  5. HappyMom says:

    A whole lot of wealthy Middle Eastern and Russian “business men” for her to “hang out with” in London . . .

  6. Dani2 says:

    Nooooooo! I live in London :(

    And she’s pretty known as a mess over here as well so I don’t know where her “friend” got the idea that we Brits are less aware of how messy her personal/public life is.

  7. FingerBinger says:

    Isn’t London one of the most expensive cities in the world? Lindsay must have a benefactor because there is no way she could afford to live in London. Especially with her lifestyle.

  8. paranormalgirl says:

    She is not a “big star” there. She’s the same cracktastrophe there that she is here only no babies have been nearly harmed there… yet.

  9. epiphany says:

    Can I help you pack? Let me get the door for you…

  10. RedWeatherTiger says:

    “Searching for the perfect property.” She’s a regular Donaldette Trump, that one…

    Only thing is, the property has to be free, and the landlord has to not know she’s squatting there or s/he will require a ten million dollar insurance policy to cover her inevitable path of destruction, smoke residue, and desperation.

    You’d think she would’ve had someone do something with that hair while she was in that salon. Jeepers. WHO IS PAYING?

  11. Mia4S says:

    Whoa, wait a minute! I thought the “Dorchester Hotel” rang a bell. It’s one of the chain of hotels owned/invested in by the Sultan of Brunei that most stars and celebrities are boycotting! Whoa!

    You know the Sultan who passed a law to stone gays and unwed mothers to death? The same one who famously flies over Western models/beauty queens/aspiring celebrities to his country for reported sex parties?…uh oh.

  12. Mrs. Lecter says:

    Not surprising, just a bit slow of her to not do this YEARS ago. It’s a place where Katy Price and [insert UK reality show celeb] get covers/attention from the gossip rags in what seems to be a more lucrative way than I have seen in the US.

    Don’t try to come back either Linds, the exchange rate is a bummer!

  13. dorothy says:

    Yes! Take your alcoholic, moocher mom with you.

  14. bettyrose says:

    I watched her Parent Trap remake over the weekend. She really had potential once, didn’t she?

  15. mojoman says:

    Good luck, good bye and good riddance!! London, I salute you.

  16. tila says:

    For the love of all that is holy please, no! Take her back. We do not need our air to be further polluted. Also, she most definitely is not in demand here. The best she could possibly get Is Towie. At a push.

  17. Talie says:

    And all the newly rich men from Russia and the Middle East flock there, so yeah, makes sense.

  18. gritsngreens says:

    lol. this on the heels of that gawker story that there is so much blow in the UK it is literally in the water supply.
    Go with your married men and get thee away from here! Bonus points if you can get Miley and Kim K to go with you too…

    • Happyhat says:

      Is there?! How come I never see any of it?! Seriously – I also live in a city that’s known as a ‘Drug Capital’ of the UK (Hey Lindsay – Yorkshire welcomes you!!) and I never see anything!!! I guess it’s the company you keep.

  19. GeeMoney says:

    I feel sorry for London… but I secretly feel joy for the US of A! Whoo-hoo! The less crazies we have in this country, the better.

  20. Roberta says:

    Please God no, London does not need this.

    And Ive just seen the “private residence” bit. I live in N London, I don’t want her anywhere near me.

  21. Maya Memsaab says:

    Small personal rant here. Apologies but this makes me MAD.

    I have two Masters degrees (One from the UK), PhD offers from five UK universities and my fiance is English but UK is tightening immigration laws to a draconian degree. and basically pricing people like me out of obtaining visas. I’m Indian and therefore, most first world immigration laws immediately presume people like me take up illegal residence and access public funds. So, this basically useless, repeat offender, sponger extraordinaire who has no regard for other people and the law gets to move to London? F@#$ this system. On what planet is this fair?!

    • AG-UK says:

      I totally agree with you it’s crazy, I have an ILR as I married an Englishman but it’s gotten very strict, I really doubt she would be granted a visa as she has multiple arrests she can come and stay for 2-3 months or however long you can without one but I would love to know how she would wangle this. Everything that deals with the Home office = ££££££ and a lot of red tape.

      • Alice.H says:

        I was thinking the same thing. I can understand your frustration Maya. If she overstays her welcome (visa) maybe we should start a petition on the social networks.

        Omg just noticed that dog’s ‘get the skank away from me’ face in top pic..

      • Maya Memsaab says:

        We can’t even get married as I’m Non-EU and it’s ridiculously expensive. Stories of families where one spouse is Non EU being torn apart are heartbreaking. Plus, the process will not take into account my present savings or future earning potential. All this to score points with public being scare mongered into thinking ‘thieving immigrants’ are the UK’s biggest problem. Even with student visas, funding is being cut left and right. So the message is, if you’re rich, we want you! Talented people with something to offer can F-off! I’m sure this waste of space has ‘connections’ and she’ll end up with a visa.

    • Manjit says:

      As a UK native and a resident of London, you have my sincerest apologies regarding the Visa changes. You are a prime example of how careful governments should be when introducing new immigration legislation. When it’s easier for people like Lindsay Lohan and Justin Beiber to work in London than a university graduate like you, who can actually make a contribution to making this great city even greater, then you know we’re going to hell in a hand basket. Keep trying for that Visa, the current government won’t be in office for much longer.

    • Sixer says:

      Maya, as another Brit, please accept my apologies, too. I truly wish our public wasn’t as easily scaremongered as it is so that it didn’t largely support this anti-immigration policy.

  22. Dragonlady sakura says:

    The dog is like “this bitch is cray cray!”

  23. Jazz says:

    She’s gonna give that dog fleas.

  24. embertine says:

    I’m saddling up the Nopetopus and riding that sucker all the way across the ocean on behalf of my fellow Brits:


  25. Kiddo says:

    “In demand” for what? Is she starring in a couple of UK films that I haven’t heard about?

  26. Make mine a double says:

    My thoughts: Private North London residence = upmarket brothel. I’m looking forward to hearing tales from my clubbing buddies of seeing her wasted and doing bumps in skanky toilets in the clubs in Vauxhall. Quite sad I’m heading back to Vietnam. Would have been fun to see the train wreck in action.

  27. RubyRedLips says:

    What is with her wizened old saggy arm skin in that shot with the dog and the man!? Seriously looks like an 80 year old’s skin

    Oh and the whole London thing, there are enough mega rich millionaires/billionaires who can fund her for a while! (Read pay for her services)

    Dear god, it’s just tragic

  28. Nicolette says:

    London, I am so sorry to hear of your impending arrival. As an American I can say this isn’t one of our greatest exports.

  29. Jgb979 says:

    I’m sure these two stories are ENTIRELY coincidental and have nothing to do with each other whatsoever.

  30. Ana says:

    Awww I really want to run into her and get a pic together…I am not being sarcastic, I know I’m crazy but…lol

  31. iheartjacksparrow says:

    I just had a great idea! Maybe Lindsay can start dating Prince Harry! Can you imagine how awesome that would be if Lindsay was the future Queen of England!

  32. jwoolman says:

    At least two benefits:
    1. Her parents might not hang out with her as much.
    2. She probably won’t be able to drive because of the left side of the road thing. We can only hope. Well, she’s the UK’s problem now if they foolishly give her a driver’s license.