Move over, Rosa Acosta: Lindsay Lohan is now a “video model.” Art imitates life as the troubled — and reportedly cash-strapped actress — stars in the new music video “Let the Games Begin,” a recently-released single recorded by Tampa-based band MIGGS.
Yeah — we’ve never heard of them either. Anyone care to clue us in?
In the promo, which emerged online over the weekend, LiLo is seen posing for a photoshoot, trying to block the paparazzi, and leaving late-night clubs.
In other words, the usual.
A scantily-clad Lindsay is also seen as a graffiti artist, writing “villain or victim” on a wall.
Eh — whatever pays the bills! This is just the latest in a series of “odd jobs” (Literally) for the former “Mean Girl.” Cheaterville.com is reportedly offering a cash-strapped Linds a cool $25,000 for her appearance in an online ad campaign. Last month, Linds raked in the same massive sum shooting a gig for auction website Beezid.com. She also recently appeared in a quirky ad spot for Air New Zealand.
So what do you think of Lindsay’s debut as a video vixen?
Oh! And while we’re on the subject of music, in case you missed it, La Lohan is pretty damn pissed about a lyric rapper Pitbull has written about her. The line, featured in Pitbull’s electronic hit, “Give Me Everything,” goes a little something like this:
“Hustlers move aside, so I’m tiptoein’ to keep flowin’/I got locked up like Lindsay Lohan…”
Lindsay’s not happy though, and she’s suing Pitbull for defamation.
In the lawsuit, filed in New York last week, she claims: “The lyrics…are destined to do irreparable harm to the plaintiff’ and maintains she is a ‘professional actor of good repute.”
Lindsay wants to stop the song from being broadcast and is seeking an unspecified sum in damages.