Did LiLo go speed dating?


Lindsay Lohan supposedly partied until 2am at an “essentially speed dating” student event.

The 28-year-old star is said to have dined out in London with friends at swanky Japanese restaurant NoBu Thursday night before hightailing it over to Cirque Le Soir to attend HTC presents A Night of Desire. The HTC party brings dating app Tinder to life according to UK website The Tab and apparently Lindsay’s surprise presence had people whispering about her romantic intentions. "She arrived with a group of mates and danced until about 2am before sneaking out,” a source told British newspaper The Mirror.

‘She arrived with a group of mates and danced until about 2am before sneaking out’

“Quite funny as the HTC Desire party was for students and was essentially a speed dating night.

"There were two rooms and people took selfies in each room respectively that then got flashed up on a screen in another room.

"If you ‘desired’ that person you went into the other room to find them. Maybe Li-Lo is after a toy boy!"

It seems Lindsay has been having an incredible time with opposite sex of late.

The Mean Girls actress reportedly demanded to be “surrounded by men” at the GQ Awards earlier this month.

“Lilo’s people were clear that she wanted to be on a table during the lengthy awards surrounded by men,” a source told the Daily Mirror.

“She gets on better with blokes and had spent time putting together a sexy look so wanted to be admired.”

Some of the male celebrities who attended the ceremony include Bradley Cooper, Johnny Depp and Pharrell Williams.

It’s claimed Lindsay’s requests didn’t stop there, as the star supposedly insisted she not be seated anywhere near Fifty Shades of Grey actor Jamie Dornan.

The up-and-coming thespian, who is now married to actress-and-singer Amelia Warner, featured on Lindsay’s now infamous list of conquests after the pair allegedly had a fling back in 2006.

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