Lindsay Lohan Is Pitching Herself As The Next Live-Action Disney Princess

Lindsay Lohan said the incident happened as she prepared to fly to New York

Lindsay Lohan said the incident happened as she prepared to fly to New York

You read right, LiLo is hoping to revive her stalled career (and maybe her dreams of being a Disney princess!) and wants to be considered for the role. It's been a decade since the 30-year-old released her last solo single, and her song "Rumors" has been stuck in my head for 13 whole years.

According to the New York Daily News, it would seem that there is one actress in particular who thinks she would be ideal for The Little Mermaid. We'd be lying if we said we're excited about this prospect, #dontruinourchildhood Lohan! So, yeah. However, that hasn't kept Lohan from trying her best to get out there and get some work.

She wants Oscar-winning screenwriter and director Bill Condon to direct. Condon directed Chicago and Dreamgirls. While there may be an opening for someone to take on the role of Ariel in the live action The Little Mermaid, it remains to be seen who will be hired to replace Chloe Grace Moretz. Perhaps Lindsay needs to go direct to Lin-Manuel to make her case?

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Lindsay Lohan appears to be throwing her hat into the ring to play Ariel in a live-action adaptation of Disney's The Little Mermaid, but she's got one condition. "And I think you have to just always do not forget to slow down and just really sit and look at what you have and where you want to go with that".