Lindsay Lohan is turning over a new leaf -- and launching a new site! The Canyons actress shared a link to her newly minted website, LindsayLohan.com, via Twitter on Thursday, Aug. 15, thanking fans for their support and promising a fresh start.
"To my fans, welcome to my new site," the star writes on the homepage of the minimalistic website. "Your support has been everything. I'm so excited for what's next."
The 27-year-old actress has been on a seemingly better path since being released from a 90-day stint in court-mandated rehab on July 30. Speaking with talk show veteran Oprah Winfrey in an honest interview for Oprah's Next Chapter, set to air on Aug. 18, Lohan admitted that she's identified her weak spots.
"I'm my own worst enemy, and I know that," she replied when Winfrey asked her whether the troubled starlet could truly turn her life around.
"I believe that she believes that she is now ready," Winfrey later told Good Morning America of the pair's chat. "And she admitted that there were other times when she was pretending to be ready and not quite sure. … I think this is the first time I could see [rehab] really benefited her."
So far, so good. The former child star guest-hosted Chelsea Lately on Aug. 5, and has officially landed a guest-starring role on HBO's Easbound and Down, a source confirms to Us Weekly.
While in rehab, Lohan received some support from an unlikely source: actor/director Ben Affleck.
According to TMZ, the Argo filmmaker (who personally completed a stint in rehab in 2001) gave Lohan advice on how to make a comeback in Hollywood and maintain her sobriety, emphasizing how "supportive" the industry could be -- if she made a "real effort" to clean up her act.