I was thinking the other day about the possibility that Lindsay Lohan may have been replaced sometime shortly after completing the movie 'Mean Girls' in 2004. Before the time she was in this film, she appeared very professional and lady-like, both on and off the screen. She never dyed her hair, she was never in the tabloids, she had no weight/alcohol problems, and she said she would never go to rehab.
The movie 'Mean Girls' seems to represent a sinister turning point for Lohan. After that film she suddenly started to become initiated into the skank-girl culture of Hollywood which before she was distinctly seperate from. She seemed to become what she appears as today almost overnight.
As silly as it sounds, Hollywood may have a reason for turning young girls into "plastics" (a type of girl who is glorified in Mean Girls), and may have forced Lohan to go along with it. Maybe she refused and was replaced?? Also, perhaps the original Lohan would have been too much of a threat to this "plastic order" by being a better role model for young women?!
Now that I've become more aware of the skullduggeries done in the showbiz, I see things differently. But not everytime of course when its said about a star or he himself/herself states he/she has weight problem, drinking problem, teeth fixed, hair dyed or shaved, facial surgery means that a replacement entered the scene. Also in Lohan's case I never thought of it perhaps since shes not one of my faves. Anyway there were times when I asked myself yet how the sweet and decent girl she was turned overnight into the garbage she is nowadays. She mite have been replaced, no question about it, but firstly, u know that facial comparisons tell everything. Mabe u could post some pics so we can notice if this really happened.
"Michael Lohan Apologizes Publicly to Lindsay Lohan
Michael Lohan will be on E!'s "Daily 10" tonight to issue a public apology to his daughter Lindsay. Some of the words of wisdom he'll be sharing:
“Lindsay, I love you with all my heart. And I’m sorry about being so public about certain things. But when I’m with you, when I was with you, out in LA, and I looked into your eyes I didn’t see the girl I brought up or the girl that was so gifted and talented during the years of ‘The Parent Trap,’ ‘Freaky Friday,’ ‘Mean Girls.’ And I’m not going to stand here and watch my daughter get destroyed anymore.”
“I mean, it’s got to stop. Do you see the same Lindsay now that you saw when she was acting? Do you think she can act like she used to? No! There’s no way, It’s a hollow, vacant body. You hold that body – it’s a broke body, a broken spirit in side. There’s nothing there. Nothing. It killed me. It literally killed me holding her in my arms. No father wants to feel death in a kid that’s always so alive. And I’m pissed – at myself too – for letting us go through a divorce. But that’s what happens to kids when they get divorced. They suffer, not us.”
Of course since the real LINDSAY is gone. One way or another...
I viewed and compared photos of Lindsay Lohan taken through the years, and I believe that the original was replaced in 2005.There is a tremendous difference in her physical appearance between the time of her film, "Freaky Friday", and "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen". In the latter film, her body frame and facial structure are different, just as it was, with Paul and Faul.
Post by sweetlorettamartin on Nov 23, 2010 0:57:29 GMT
The real Lindsay had a round face, where "Findsay" has a thinner and longer face. In another forum someone pointed out how many of the replacements have longer necks as well. Just makes you wonder if there's something in the process of replacing celebs they end up with longer necks and thinner faces? Or isn't someone doing enough "homework" in their duplicating process???