As if we didn’t have enough celebs overexposing themselves on TV.
Lindsay Lohan is reportedly set to add herself to the list of former Hollywood A-listers with fading careers who sign themselves up for a reality TV show.
Fox News has learned that the 23-year-old actress is in talks with Britney Spears’ manager Larry Rudolph about starring in a television series documenting her daily struggle to make her “comeback.”
An insider said: "Rudolph is helping Lohan with a potential reality show that will encapsulate her trials and tribulations as she gets back on her feet and actually becomes a working actress again."
The “Mean Girls” star’s reputation plummeted after she served jail time for a DUI and had a host of stints in rehab.
The Irish-American actress previously avoided her family’s reality series, “Living Lohan,” which starred her mother Dina and sister Ali.
But Rudolph was the man responsible for revitalizing Spears’ career following the pop star’s very public meltdown, so perhaps Lohan is hoping he can do the same for her.
Lohan’s rep declined to comment on the reality show rumor.