Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan is in talks to make her West End debut, according to a U.K. report.
The Mean Girls star is rumoured to be plotting a permanent move to London after spending a lot of time in the city in recent weeks, and now a new report suggests Lohan is hoping to land a stage role.
Editors at Britain's The Sun newspaper state Lohan is in talks to star in a West End revival of David Mamet's play Speed-the-Plow. She is said to be in contention for the role of Karen, which was previously played by Madonna on Broadway in 1988.
A source tells the newspaper, "Lindsay has been looking for West End plays to prove she's still a serious actress."
Lohan's movie career stalled in recent years amid spiralling personal problems and legal troubles, but she is now trying to get her professional life back on track following her latest spell in rehab last year (13).