Lindsay Lohan says fans are the "best part" of her night after each West End performance. The actress recently made her West End debut in David Mamet’s Speed-the-Plow.
And while critics have both panned and applauded her performance with mixed reviews, fans have showed up in droves to display their support. Sharing a photo of herself greeting onlookers after leaving the London theatre, Lindsay gushed: "Best part of the night after the show is spending it with you! xo L." "Fan love is the best love," she also tweeted, using the hashtag "#Lilovers" as she shared more fan photos.'Best part of the night after the show is spending it with you! xo L'
fan love is the best love http://t.co/DJTorAhMJP — Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) October 12, 2014
Lindsay recently got some support from Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o and TV mogul Oprah Winfrey.
Lindsay and Oprah were pictured backstage in an Instagram post recently shared by Oprah.
"@LindsayLohan backstage at her new play in London. #SpeedthePlow," she wrote.
The pair previously worked together on docu-series Lindsay for the Oprah Winfrey Network, following the troubled star’s try at a comeback following years of run-ins with the law and stints in rehab.
“So thrilled to have @Oprah and @Lupita_Nyongo in the audience tonight. I'm a lucky girl! XXo #Myfairygodmother,” Lindsay later tweeted.
So thrilled to have @Oprah and @Lupita_Nyongo in the audience tonight. Im a lucky girl! Xxo #myfairygodmother pic.twitter.com/OR1Sc8VLLf — Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) October 4, 2014
Speed-the-Plow will continue its run at the Playhouse Theatre through November 29.
In a recent interview with the British edition of Marie Claire, the star revealed she has plans to work closely with Oprah once again, and to hopefully spend some time out of the spotlight.
"I do have a great place here that I love, so I will be here after the play," she explained.
"Then Lindsay [her Oprah Winfrey docu-series] will start filming again in January.
"But you know, I also like doing a lot of work with kids. Oprah is building more schools in Africa, so I think that's where I'll be going after the play. We take a lot for granted and it's good to step outside yourself sometimes and look at what you have and go, 'Wow, my life's pretty good.'"
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