London Pokes Fun At Lindsay Lohan’s West End Debut


Lindsay Lohan At 'Weisses Fest 2014'

Lindsay Lohan only has one major speech in the David Mamet play that marks her West End debut. Unfortunately, she couldn’t remember the lines.

On the first night, a work-in-progress feel is to be expected. Nevertheless, halfway through the second act of Speed-the-Plow, the audience was openly laughing at Lindsay’s struggle to give Mamet’s trademark dialogue.

After her first prompt, which came shortly after the interval, the audience sat patiently. Unfortunately for the star, the next line delivered by Richard Schiff (Toby from The West Wing) was, “You have done a fantastic job!” The unpleasant laughter was even louder.

Although she was sitting with a book, a third prompt from the wings had her smirking, and she raised her hand to her heart apologetically. Now, even her serious lines were laughed at.

“I know what it is to be bad, I’ve been bad.”

That caused even more laughter. Even the audience was feeling the embarrassment.

“Oh my god, it’s so embarrassing.” However, Lindsay remained charming until the end.

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