And that's that Lindsay Lohan just doesn't give as many boneheaded magazine interviews that show a total absence of any self-awareness these days. But at least she knows about it, and she's trying to do something about it.
In her first post-rehab interview, Lindsay Lohan has said that most people thinks she doesn't know where her head is even though actually she does. Sigh. That's good crackpot Lindsay Lohan, but not great crackpot Lindsay Lohan.
Lindsay Lohan is a changed woman. That third stint in rehab really did the job for her – gone is the old Lindsay Lohan who was so smashed on booze and drugs that she crashed her car and collapsed at work and ended up in jail and got off with McFly and couldn't even realise that starring as amnesiac stripper twins in a film is a really stupid idea.
And in her place is a new post-rehab Lindsay Lohan, a sensible, contrite, almost nun-like Lindsay Lohan who knows the error of her ways and is damned if she's ever going to repeat any of that awful behaviour that got her in so much trouble before.
Well, apart from the behaviour that let her shag a bunch of Italians and chug from a bottle of champagne and down enough cocktails to start a fight with the paparazzi, of course. If you take the booze and the sex and the fighting away from Lindsay Lohan, you're not left with Lindsay Lohan. You're left with an annoying attention-seeking sober shell that just looks like a bit like Lindsay Lohan.
But, anyway, apart from all of that Lindsay Lohan is back on the old straight and narrow, as the told Glamour:
"There are friends that have been hard to hang out with because they've gone done a different path, but it's hard because I'm the kind of person who wants to trust everyone… I'm fine being alone during the day, but I hate being alone at night. I like having friends around me, but now I'd much rather be at home. That's not to say I'll never go to a club again, because I'd be lying."
Even though she's undoubtedly doing the right thing by staying sober – apart from the occasional relapse – we can't help feeling a little bit sad that sobriety seems to have quelled Lindsay Lohan's constant nightmarish quest for even a sliver of approval from anyone. What's that? There's more of the interview? And it's about what Lindsay Lohan thinks the biggest public misconception about her is? OK, apparently this is what we all think of Lindsay Lohan:
"That I don't have my head in the right place. That, and probably that I'm not a good person… because actually I am."
Phew, that's better. Still, at least now that Lindsay Lohan has asserted that she's a good person it doesn't matter what she does any more. She's a good person, you see. Lindsay Lohan can take all the delicious drugs in the whole wide world and she'll still be a good person. Heck, Lindsay Lohan could get drunk, fill her trousers up with cocaine and plough her car into a shrub again because it doesn't stop her being a good person. in fact, that's what Lindsay Lohan should probably do, just to prove it. She should probably do it right now.