Rumor has it, the 'Mean Girls' star's new PR is dissatisfied with the direction ABC wanted to take the interview, so they pull her out of the scheduled '20/20' appearance.
Lindsay Lohan's highly-anticipated interview with Barbara Walters won't be happening after all. The troubled actress' new PR representatives Rogers & Cowan have confirmed that their client won't appear on ABC's "20/20".
The Elizabeth Taylor depicter in TV movie "Liz & Dick" was scheduled to appear in a November 16 episode of the TV newsmagazine for a sitdown with Walters. The gig was initially aimed to promote the upcoming Lifetime biopic as Walters had visited the set of "Liz & Dick" during the production and interviewed the 26-year-old actress on the location.
However, according to Deadline, Lohan's new PR team is "dissatisfied with the direction ABC wanted to take the interview." LiLo's representative hasn't released any statement regarding the cancellation.
Lohan's TV movie "Liz & Dick" will premeire November 25 on Lifetime. The "Herbie: Fully Loaded" actress, who recently parted ways with her publicist Steve Honig, also lands a role in "The Canyons" and a cameo appearance in "Scary Movie 5".