June 2, 2004

Also, Pamela Anderson helps me resist that pressure to get fake boobs


Interview Magazine: "Do you sometimes feel that pressure to be thin?"
Lindsay Lohan: "Sometimes. But people I admire, like Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn and Ann-Margaret, had beautiful figures. I don't like the fact that people my age are dealing with today's images, because they're not realistic."

Posted by Daniel Radosh


With all the attention being lavished on Lohan's new store-bought knockers, widely unremarked upon are her diligent efforts to cultivate the most gruesome tan in recorded history.

This is why most actors should never be interviewed. They don't get that job for the ability to be articulate on their own.

She like totally meant Katherine Hepburn.

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