Aww, this is sad. As you well know, our girl Lindsay Lohan hosted Saturday Night Live last night. As you also know, it, um, wasn’t that good. I told you this morning that she was incredibly flat, not to mention the fact that she so obviously and so frequently got her lines from cue cards, but you know what other people are saying? Other people are saying that Lindsay Lohan was the worst host of the whole season. And that’s got to hurt a little, to have your big comeback so poorly reviewed.
But it doesn’t hurt Lindsay Lohan, no siree, not one bit! And you want to know why? Because Lindsay thinks she did a fine job, and she’s really proud of what she did.
Love it or hate it, there’s at least one person who thinks Lindsay Lohan did a great job on “Saturday Night Live” last night … and that’s Lindsay herself.
Sources close to Lindsay tell TMZ she understands it wasn’t a perfect show, but she feels proud of the episode. We’re told there were several last minute changes — including ditching her singing monologue in favor of one with cameos from Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm.
Our sources say Lindsay was excited to be back working and really missed being a part of the action.
According to our sources, Lindsay understands people are going to bash her performance regardless … but she feels she did the best she could do.
It’s sad because she didn’t do a good job, and as a professional actor, she really shouldn’t take the opinion of “well, I did the best I could do, whatevs.” If she does that, then how is she ever going to get any better? In a perfect world, she would have admitted that meth has fried her brain and that she spent all last week partying in New York, or she could have even pulled a Lana Del Rey and said that live performance just isn’t her strong suit. But the fact that she’s all right with what she did last night really doesn’t speak well for the rest of her career, and that makes me sad.