Lindsay Lohan revealed that she’s living without any regrets when she hit the red carpet for the premiere of her new biography-drama, Lifetime’s ‘Liz & Dick,’ on Tuesday night at the Beverly Hills Hotel. While talking with ‘Extra‘s Jerry Penacoli, the actress said there are things that she would change in her past if she had the choice. But she “learned from my mistakes. I think that’s the most important thing and it took me a while, obviously.”
Lohan added that she would leave her past behind. She also told critics that she’s doing her best and working her hardest, particularly when she filmed the Liz Taylor biopic for the cable network, which is premiering on Sunday at 9pm.
Before attending the red carpet for ‘Liz & Dick,’ Lohan filmed an interview for ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.’ The talk show host asked the actress about her canceled Barbara Walters interview and her new half-sister, Ashley Horn. Of the proposed ’20/20′ interview with Walters, Lohan said the timing wasn’t right. She also offered her new sister advice: “Good luck with my dad.”
When Leno asked the ‘Mean Girls’ star about her younger years, Lohan said “I made a lot of poor decisions in the past. And I’m dealing with the consequences of those decisions. So, yeah, there were times when I was concerned [about getting work], but I’m a fighter.”
Lohan added that she knows she was to work to gain respect back for her acting. She said she’s “willing to do the work that I have to do to follow through with being an actress.”
Watch Penacoli’s interview with Lohan on the Los Angeles red carpet for ‘Liz & Dick’ below.
Written by: Karen Benardello