Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has thanked her fans for their support during her time in rehab. Lohan has launched a new website since completing the court-ordered treatment at the Cliffside Malibu centre in California on July 31, and is eager to get her life back on track.

In an open letter on her website Lindsay wrote: "To my fans, Welcome to my new site... Your support has been everything. I'm so excited for what's next. xo All my love, Lindsay."

 Your support has been everything. I'm so excited for what's next. xo All my love, Lindsay

Lohan 27, went to rehab as part of a plea deal to avoid jail after she violated her probation by lying to police about driving after a car accident last year, and she has since appeared eager to take responsibility for her problems and legal troubles.

In a sneak peak teaser of an interview with Oprah Winfrey she is asked by Oprah: "Do you think you can turn things around?" and "What is it that you're addicted to?"

Oprah I just interviewed her, and I was deeply moved by her desire to move forward in her life at this time ... I really do believe that she's ready

The actress emotionally replied: "I'm my own worst enemy. I know that."

Oprah, 59, has taken a personal interest in Lindsay's well being following her well-documented troubles, as the actress is now filming a documentary series about her road to recovery for Oprah's TV channel, OWN.

Shortly after their recent interview, Oprah insisted that she believes Lindsay is ready to move on with her life.

she felt the 'Mean Girls' star was "honest" and "authentic"

Previously Oprah said: "I just interviewed her, and I was deeply moved by her desire to move forward in her life at this time ... I really do believe that she's ready."

She also said she felt the 'Mean Girls' star was "honest" and "authentic" during their chat, adding: "She looked good. She looked strong. She looked healthy."


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