Stella Adler she ain’t, but it seems Lindsay Lohan just might have a shot at teaching her brand of, um, acting at the Los Angeles homeless shelter where she was ordered to do community service, TMZ reported.
The shelter — which runs a theater workshop called Dames Investing in Very Authentic Storytelling, or DIVAS, includes 15 women who meet for two hours a week to learn how to express themselves through performing.
A spokesperson for the center said the staff was “extremely interested in having Lindsay contribute her talents when she kicks off her 360 hours of community service this week.”
Talents? We’re sorry to say it, but Lindsay was a child actress who was cute in her roles, but we’re not sure that, at 24, “talented” is the word to describe her.
According to TMZ, LiLo hasn’t been assigned to a particular workshop yet, but according to sources, she loves the idea of working with the DIVAS program and thinks it’s “a perfect fit for her community service.” (read: an easy way to rack up the hours).
We can see it now: “Mean Girls” master classes and “Herbie: Fully Loaded” scene studies.
Lohan was sentenced to 120 days in jail plus the community service for violating the terms of her probation related to the alleged theft of a necklace from a jewelry store. The actress’ rep didn’t return calls for comment.