Actress Lindsay Lohan will host “Saturday Night Live” for the first time since 2006 following a string of legal problems
Lindsay Lohan will be making a high-profile appearance on Saturday, March 3, and this one isn't court-ordered.
"SNL! I love @NBC !!!!!!!!!!!!!" the 25-year-old Lohan tweeted after the NBC's "Saturday Night Live" revealed in an on-air promo and Twitter posting that she would host its March 3 episode.
"That's right: March 3rd, @lindsaylohan with musical guest Jack White!! See you then! #SNL #March3rd," the show tweeted.
Lohan publicist Steve Honig also confirmed she would host the show.
The gig will be the first on-screen gig in months for Lohan, who has been in the news for legal problems that began back in 2007 after two drunk driving convictions. She could be free to work again next month if she concludes her public service assignments, following stints in jail, court-ordered rehab and probation,
Lohan was reportedly paid nearly $1 million to pose for Playboy magazine's December issue in photos taken in a style reminiscent of the nude photograph of Marilyn Monroe that graced the debut issue of Playboy in 1953.