Thanks in part to a tendency to engage in activites like this weekend’s Red-Bull and vodka fueled extreme version of what most women do when they get dumped (new hairstyle, copious amounts of drinking) singer and former Fleetwood Mac front woman, Stevie Nicks, isn’t too keen on the idea of Lindsay Lohan playing her in a movie about her life story.
“Over my dead body,” the 60-year-old singer told the New York Times after learning that Lohan was interested in buying the rights to her life story in order to nab the lead role.
“She needs to stop doing drugs and get a grip. Then maybe we’ll talk,” added Nicks.
And she’s absolutely right.
I mean, we’re talking about someone with a personal life rockier than Sylvester Stalone’s IMDB filmography who has been addicted to more drugs than you or I can even name. Oh, and Lindsay Lohan too.
Hello everyone. My name’s Stevie and I’m a big ole scarf-swaddled pot calling a kettle black.
Honestly, at this point, Lohan is probably underqualified. She needs to be a basket case for about 15 more years, become addicted to about 40 more kinds of pills, and marry her best friend’s husband right after she kicks the bucket from Leukemia.
Taking a page from Nicks’ book, I’d like to remind all of you that if you can’t say anything nice, you shouldn’t say anything at all.