Lindsay Lohan: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 2)

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We already brought you part one of our list of 15 things you probably did not know about Lindsay Lohan, and now we’re back with part two! Check out eight more fascinating facts about the actress and public figure that you definitely (probably) did not know below. You might be surprised by what you find out!

Number Eight: She Rapped With Amy Poehler and Tina Fey. Lohan, Fey, and Poehler can be seen rapping Kevin Gnapoor’s song featured in Mean Girls as part of a behind-the-scenes video.

Number Seven: She Was in a Commercial With Bill Cosby. In 1996, Lohan and Cosby appeared together in a commercial for Jell-O. Since then, the two have both been involved in several controversies.

Number Six: She Was a Straight A Student. Though many people assume Lohan is incredibly stupid because of her public scandals, she was actually an excellent student in school and excelled in math and science.

Number Five: She Was the Youngest Host of the MTV Movie Awards. When Lohan was just 18 years old, she hosted the MTV Movie Awards.

Number Four: Her Kabbalah Name is Rose. At one point, Lohan was following Kabbalah, the same religion followed by Madonna. She became so involved with the religion that Madonna actually gave her the Kabbalah name of Rose.

Number Three: She Turned Down a Part in The Hangover. Lohan was actually offered the role of Jade in The Hangover, but she said no. The role ended up going to Heather Graham.

Number Two: Her Mugshot Is an Advertisement. Lohan’s mugshot is notorious, but do you realize just how notorious it is? The mugshot has been used as an advertisement by the American Beverage Institute to go against a petition promoting breathalyzers being installed in every car. The ad can be seen as a full page and in black in white.

Number One: She Was in Love With Heath Ledger. And in fact, she was in love with him at the time of his death in 2008. It was revealed that she was in love with the late actor in her diary. Lohan was reportedly scheduled to visit Ledger three days after his death.

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