Actress Lindsay Lohan reportedly made a disastrous stage debut on London's West End last night in the David Mamet play "Speed-The-Plow."
According to the Daily Beast, Lohan plays a Hollywood secretary and only has one speech, but had trouble remembering her lines and "the audience was openly laughing at Lohan’s struggle to grasp Mamet’s sharp, trademark dialogue."
The stage crew reportedly shouted lines to Lohan three times. One serious line of dialogue, “I know what it is to be bad, I’ve been bad," brought unintentional howls from the audience.
The New York Daily News reports the theater was only half-full during this preview performance. About 50 people waited for Lohan after the play, but she slipped out via a back exit.
Lohan has reportedly moved to London permanently after dominating the U.S. gossip magazines from New York to Los Angeles.
However, now she is appearing in British gossip columns.
Sources: New York Daily News, Daily Beast