Lindsay Lohan: 'Dubai is a calmer home for me'

Lindsay Lohan: 'Dubai is a calmer home for me'

And on Wednesday the 31-year-old actress sat down with DailyMailTV's Jesse Palmer to talk about how she's doing.

"Now, it's like, why not just do it?" she said.

Lohan quickly threw her name in the ring to play the red-headed half-human-half-fish with a voice of gold.

The beauty looked nicely put together in a blue suit with her long blonde locks worn down.

When announcing her musical run previous year, Fey appeared on "The Howard Stern Show" and almost squashed fans' dreams of a second movie.

'Those people need more hope, I want to help, ' said the siren. "And I think that's really important".

As far as working in Hollywood films again, the Freaky Friday star said: 'Acting will always be a big part of my future'.

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Since changing her address, Lindsay has found that she's significantly calmer than she was when she lived in America and London - and the lack of paparazzi in Dubai has a lot to do with it.

Clearly, Ms. Lohan is missing living the life of a Plastic, And honestly, we miss it too.

The past: And the NY native also addressed that time in her life when she was getting on trouble with the law.

A TMZ cameraman caught up to Lohan in New York City earlier this week and told her that she was missed in the Sates, then asked the actress if she had "any plans to move back".

'Everyone has their ups and downs but I lived mine for everyone to see, ' noted the SNL vet. Admitting Paramount had discussed the possibility with her for years, Fey said she declined to work on the made-for-TV flick. "I loved that movie".

And she is also launching a lipstick and fragrance line with a nifty LL logo. "You know, I'd love to work with Lindsay on something soon". "And at the time, I was like, 'They should just let it be what it is!'" It was my first movie so I have the best memories of it'.

"I love living in NY, but I do love the serenity and peace that I find living in the Middle East because there are no cameras in Dubai and I can actually focus on what I want to do in life", she told Entertainment Tonight.

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