Since the break up between Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson, Lohans been all over the covers of magazines and is the head news of talk shows and websites. In this eHarmony personal ad Lohan makes fun of herself about what seems to be the talk of the nation, Lohan being extremely alone, depressed and heartbroken. According to the ad Lohan seeks a mate who "likes a night out on the town (as long as he or she is driving), likes ankle monitoring bracelets, and doesn't have family members quick to issue restraining orders." I think it's very healthy for Lohan to make fun of herself and to show the public that she's just a 22 year old girl who's heartbroken. I don't agree with publicity being on her case all the time along with other actresses. I know a lot of people that feel the same way yet we all still buy the magazines that hit these topics and read the articles. I know a lot of people that "hate drama" but why do we all like the drama in other peoples lives? I think that even though these people are famous that doesn't mean we should be monitoring their lives 24/7. They have drama and issues just like everybody else, but when it's them and not us everyone seems to find it funny and make it 10 times worse than it really is.
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
LINDSAY LOHAN "SEARCHING FOR LOVE"
I was on the ELLE news blog and came across Erin Clements new blog: LINDSAY "SEARCHING FOR LOVE". In this blog Clements shows Lindsay Lohan "poking fun at herself in this Funny or Die spoof of an eHarmony personal ad, after her tumultuous split with Sam Ronson. "