After Lindsay Lohan’s quick rise and harsh fall, going from plucky child actress to a hard partying courtroom hopper, no one blamed her for going AWOL for a little while. Much like Amanda Bynes hid herself while getting her sh*t together, Lohan has been laying low, only recently re-entering the public eye with projects like Lawyer.com spokesperson and a role in season 2 of the Netflix black comedy “Sick Note.”
But no more hiding for LiLo -- the actress is coming out in full force with “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach House,” a new MTV reality show premiering tonight.
The show will follow a group of American expats (if you can reasonably call them that) who are working for the Lohan Beach Club in Mykonos, the party island of Greece, for a fair 12 episodes. Lohan owns and operates the day club along with business partner Panos Spentzos, and the show will film whatever antics a group of 20-somethings working under them can get into.
You’ve probably heard of it; even if you’re not an avid MTV watcher, there’s a public curiosity that’s inherent to Lohan’s life. And it doesn’t hurt that a video of the starlet dancing -- which she claims she had no knowledge of being filmed -- went viral a few months ago. The words, “This is how you throw a party in Mykonos, b*tch,” will live in infamy.
That, and Lohan hasn’t been shy about her new role as boss lady. She epically chided her employees on Instagram for failing to wear matching shoes, threatening to fire them if they made the mistake again.
Whether you care about reality television or not, you can’t deny that you’re wondering where the concept came from. Here’s everything you need to know about how to throw a party in Mykonos.