Unfortunately, no, [I don't pray for Lindsay Lohan]. I’m probably breaking a lot of ministers’ hearts. It’s like, “He’s a Christian. He should pray for everybody” … But she’s not in my prayers at night. I’m sorry.
—Brian Littrell (formerly of the Backstreet Boys, if you had no idea who he was to begin with) on Lindsay Lohan and how she fits into the grand scheme of the afterlife, and it’s pretty funny that someone as random as this dude is talking good, positive thoughts for Lindsay Lohan (or the lack thereof, honestly), because weren’t we just talking about this the other day? Yes, we were.
Brian, if you don’t know, has become a deeply religious fellow since the Backstreet Boys disbanded earlier in the decade, and Lindsay, as you know, is in some serious, dire need of counseling, whether it be emotional, mental, religious, or just the good old STOP DRINKING FOOL kind that you get in rehab.
Way to talk the talk, Brian Littrell. Way to be.