Alas, media maven Barbara Walters has scheduled what’s being called “a no-holds barred” interview with troubled Hollywood starlet Lindsay Lohan. The chat will air as an one-hour 20/20 primetime special on Nov. 16.
“[Lindsay] has a lot of respect and admiration for her, and knows the interview will be done accurately and fairly,” a squeal told Access Hollywood on Sunday.
The gabfest will coincide with the Nov. 25 premiere of Liz and Dick, a Lifetime movie in which the actress plays late screen dame Elizabeth Taylor. Babs spent half a day with Lindsay on the set of the telepicture, where ABC filmed behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with co-star Grant Bowler and producer Larry Thompson.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the Walters-Lohan interview comes after weeks of bad press for the always troubled prone LiLo. In September, Lohan was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident after allegedly mowing down a pedestrian on a Manhattan. And just last week, cops in Long Island, New York had to be dispatched to the starlet’s childhood home after a bitter argument with mom Dina Lohan nearly turned violent.