Yes, finally, Lindsay Lohan has left rehab! It was a trying time for us fans, but the streets of Los Angeles were safer without her car on the road. In an interview with OK! Magazine, La Lohan said of her time in Utah's Cirque Lodge (a drug and alcohol treatment center), "It was a sobering experience. It was humbling. It made me look at myself, and all of the people, places and things in my life in a different way. I was in there for substance abuse, after all." I like how she adds that last sentence in there, as if she wanted to say -- "I was in rehab idiots, did you expect me to talk to you about running around the grounds naked, with a monkey in a pink dress, while holding a cocktail and a menthol?"
But enough about the scandal, when will we see Lohan back up on the big screen -- I mean, that's if she doesn't quit Hollywood and all. She says, "I'm staying in Utah until it's time to shoot Dare to Love Me, and then I plan on returning to Utah so I can stay focused, and avoid other distractions." Did we already know Lohan was shooting that film? I don't think so. Last time we talked about Dare to Love Me, the film which tells the story of Argentinian tango legend Carlos Gardel, both Paz Vega and the singer-turned-actress Shakira were up for roles opposite Rodrigo Santoro in the flick. Alfonso Arau (A Walk in the Clouds) is set to direct off a script by Jeremy Leven (The Notebook), and I imagine Lohan will play some sort of American love interest (God help me if she tries an accent). Of course, let's see if the actress actually makes it to work this time; in the past year, she's walked away from at least three (or is it four?) different films. There's no further word on the film, or her involvement, but I imagine it will start shooting soon. In the meantime, check out our Lohan gallery below (pre-rehab), and we hope the gal makes it through in good health (and spirits) this time without pissing off the entire state of Utah.