12 Steps LiLo Must Take to Save Her Career

Lose the fake tan, the blond dye job, and the leggings for a start

By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff

Posted Feb 15, 2010 9:24 AM CST

(Newser) – Lindsay Lohan’s bad publicity parade marches on, but all hope is not lost: Tracey Harrington McCoy fully backs a LiLo career comeback, and she outlines a 12-step program on PopEater:

  1. No more fake tanning: It’s one thing to promote your line of spray tanner. It’s another to show up on the red carpet with “oompa-loompa orange feet.”
  2. No more fake hair color: Not only does the blond look fake, it highlights the orange tan—go back to the natural, and unique, red.
  3. No more leggings: “Please start wearing a bra. Stop replacing pants with sheer leggings or tights.”

  1. No more partying with Ali: Do sisterly things together, sure, “but stop taking her to clubs. She's 16. It's illegal!”
  2. No more partying, period: Enough said.
  3. No more forays into fashion designing: “Lets just call your experience as ‘artistic adviser’ at Ungaro what it was: a travesty.”
  4. No more Insider interviews: “Allowing The Insider to paint you as some sort of ‘celebrity hoarder’ was not a good move. No one is going to sympathize with the fact that you have racks upon racks of unworn clothing in the middle of a recession when one-in-ten people are unemployed.”
Click here for all the steps to a complete LiLo recovery...and goodness knows she needs one, after losing this $150,000 escort gig.

In this Monday, Oct. 19, 2009 file photo, actress Lindsay Lohan attends the 2009 Whitney Museum of American Art gala and studio party in New York.   (AP Photo/Evan Agostini)
Actress Lindsay Lohan at the opening night party for the "Icons" photo exhibition in West Hollywood, Calif. on Tuesday, April 21, 2009.   (AP Photo/Dan Steinberg)
Actress Lindsay Lohan arrives at the Diesel xXx party Saturday, Oct. 11, 2008 in the Brooklyn borough of New York.   (AP Photo/Gary He)
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