Lindsay Lohan has followed in the footsteps of fellow former child star Amanda Bynes in Paper magazine’s ‘Break the Internet’ series.
In homage to the company that helped to kick-start her career, the 32-year-old stars in a Disney Princess-themed shoot taking on the roles of Cinderella, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty.
For the cover, Lohan is dressed in nothing but a heavily embellished Saint Laurent power jacket – a millennial twist on Snow White.
Glitzy jewels, a lick of red lipstick and black wig finish the look.
The actress found fame at the tender age of 12 after starring in hit flick ‘The Parent Trap’ before making an appearance in two other major Disney films, ‘Get a Clue’ and ‘Freaky Friday’.
In the rare cover interview, the actress opens up about her past and the overwhelming pressure to be perfect in the public eye.
“I would love to know why I get constantly clobbered in the press,” Lindsay told the publication. “I could do 99 things right and one thing wrong, but it’s that one thing that will be focused on.”
“Behind the scenes I do what I can to be the best version of me, which never gets mentioned,” she continued. “I love working with kids and I love giving back… [but] people don’t like talking about the good stuff.”
In a bid to escape the headlines, the actress famously moved to Dubai a couple of years ago due to its anti-paparazzi laws.
The cover follows fellow Disney alumni Amanda Bynes’ latest Paper cover – her first tell-all interview with the press since 2014.
The 32-year-old also spoke openly about her break from the media spotlight, her mental health struggles and about how she’s gained a new perspective after getting sober in 2014.
“I think that’s kind of how I go about [life] now – like, what’s there to lose? I have no fear of the future,” she said. “I’ve been through the worst and came out the other end and survived it so I just feel like it’s only up from here.”
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