Lindsay Lohan calls rehab a 'blessing' on David Letterman show
Lindsay Lohan has called her time in rehab a “blessing”.
Speaking on the David Letterman Tuesday Night Late Show, the actress said: “To be honest I’m happiest when I’m working, and healthiest, and I think [rehab] is an opportunity for me to focus on what I love in life. And I don’t think it’s a bad thing, I think it’s a blessing not a curse.”
Letterman surprised the star by probing her about her forthcoming rehab stint in May.
“What are they rehabbing first of all? What is on their list? What are they going to work on when you walk through the door?” he said.
Lohan looked uncomfortable with his questions and said: “”We didn’t discuss this in the pre-interview, just saying.”
But she then went onto humour Letterman, telling him they had already discussed her problems with alcohol in a previous interview.
“Did we, really? When did we discuss this?” he said. “See, I’m the one that’s having the black outs. What does that tell you? I ought to be in rehab. For the love of god, what is wrong with me?”
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