Lindsay Lohan has taken a dig at her "tabloid-created" wildchild reputation, along with her recently single status, making it the subject of a spoof dating advert. The actress has been making consistent headlines owing to her troubled personal life, DUI arrests and a string of stints in rehab. The singer, who recently split with her lesbian lover Samantha Ronson, has now churned tabloid gossip into funny material for the Will Ferrell's comedy website FunnyOrDie. I'm recently single, I think, and I'm looking for someone I can spend the rest of my life with - or, at least, the rest of my probation with," 'Contactmusic' quoted her as saying in the spoof. I'm an actress, a singer, an entrepreneur, and I have single-handedly kept 90 per cent of all gossip sites in business.
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Just days ago Lindsay Lohan described her dramatic split from Samantha Ronson as 'absolute hell', but it seems she is doing her best to see the funny side of single life. The Mean Girls actress has posted a spoof 'singles' advertisement online as she embarks on a new quest for love. The year-old poked fun at her 'crazy' behaviour in the clip, including her drink driving arrest, multiple stints in rehab and her shrinking bank account. Scroll down for more and to watch Lindsay Lohan's video She also takes a swipe at her ex girlfriend and the Ronson family, who took steps towards getting a restraining order against the star last week.
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