Lindsay Lohan stopped by "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Thursday, March 6 and took part in a funny game. That night, they played Water War in which the one with the bigger number of card gets to throw a glass of water on their opponent.
Jimmy Fallon was the first to splash water on Lohan's face, but the situation soon turned the other way around. At one point, the "Liz & Dick" star got so excited that she used two cups of water at the same time.
Lohan used all five cups of water first and got a chance to use the water canon on Fallon. When the comedian asked why she kept winning, the former child star said she got the power of Oprah Winfrey on her side.
Speaking to Extra after filming the funny bit, she said, "Its just really good energy. We played a game called water wars. I didn't realize how much water gets used in that game. I only got one hit once though, which was really good, but then you kind of just want to be soaked so it was kind of a bummer that I didn't get soaked."
During an interview on the late night show, Lohan credited Winfrey for helping her to have a fresh start. "That is the past," she said of her legal troubles, adding, "I feel really lucky to be able to work with someone like Oprah and create. I have a really strong bond with her where I can call her for advice and she has become someone I can learn from in life."
"I love that I can call Oprah on the phone, and be like, 'Oprah, can we talk right now?' and she calls me within two minutes. I have to trick her into leaving voice mails, so I can just have Oprah's voicemails... She's the coolest person ever."
Of her docu-series which will debut on OWN Sunday, March 9, she said, "I have seen nothing, it is really interesting as I kept hearing my name [on trailers] and I get really uncomfortable with it." She continued sharing the details, "It is a television show so they want ratings -- they picked the first two months after I got back to New York after I had been in treatment."
The 27-year-old went on talking about her life after rehab. "I became really spiritual over this past year and I have been trying to find peace and serenity in my life," she revealed. "So of course they take the chaos of me moving after eight years of living in L.A. back to the city of New York. So it's like 'Oprah reprimands Lindsay!' "
Lohan's eight-part documentary titled "Lindsay" follows her as she reunites with friends and family all the while attempting to build her new life while living in the spotlight. She recently booked a guest stint on CBS' "2 Broke Girls" and will start filming "Inconceivable (2015)" in L.A. in April.