Bad girl gone good? We'll kudos for trying i guess.
Lindsay Lohan is urging people - through every medium possible including her very active twitter account - to watch her documentary on BBC on child trafficking that she shot in India last year.
Lindsay, 24, gave up the glitz and glam of Hollywood life for a short period late last year and traveled to India to shoot the documentary.
Although it's not available in the U.S. just yet, Lindsay fans with a more serious side can go online to watch the documentary after it airs in the U.K this Thursday.
"My documentary for the BBC network is coming out soon... It's about child trafficking in India... I'd like to encourage everyone to watch it!," Lohan wrote.
"It's a massive world issue, and it goes on every day. I just want people to recognise the more important things in the world-rather than gossip. (sic)," she added.
Naturally for poor Lindsay the whole thing didn't go as smoothly as it should have. She got in trouble by immigration authorities after she entered the country on a tourist visa even though she was there to work. She also peed off an Indian NGO after she claimed to have rescued 40-child workers. Not true.
But we like your spirit Lindsay and you're willing to do something for the greater good of the world.
Mr. President do your job, stop the cheap racial shots