Dina Lohan Talks Lindsay's Playboy Shoot
Lindsay Lohan plans on displaying full frontal nudity for Playboy, but don’t worry, it will be tasteful, says mom Dina Lohan.
Playboy usually doesn't pay around $1 million for a tasteful naked photo shoot, but don't tell Lindsay Lohan's mom that! "It was an opportunity for her. She's 25 years old now, so it was her ultimate decision," Dina Lohan told The Insider. "It will be tastefully done."
According to TMZ, Lohan isn't pulling a Heidi Montag by just showing her backside or a little side boob -- she plans on showing the Full Monty or, as Brandon Davis so elegantly put it, her "fire crotch."
With the exception of Kris Jenner, most moms would balk at seeing their daughter in Playboy, but not Dina. "I've seen [the photos]. She's really great in front of the camera," gushes Dina.
Lohan is scrambling to finish her shoot before she has to check into jail because Hugh Hefner wasn't happy with the first shots and she was asked to do a reshoot. "Lindsay was told that the Playboy executives wanted to go another direction with her shoot so they asked her to come back for a second time," a source tells Radar Online. "The first pictures of Lindsay weren't exactly what they wanted so they have a new theme that they want to shoot.
There are rumors that Lindsay will land the January cover of Playboy, however the source says that remains to be seen. "There is never a guarantee that everyone will like the photos or that they will be of high enough quality to use for the cover but Playboy wanted to make sure that Lindsay's pictures were exactly what they wanted," the insider revealed.
Lohan must check herself into jail by Nov. 9 to serve out her 30-day sentence. The big question is whether or not she will turn her life around after getting out of jail. Lohan has embraced her wild lifestyle in the past, even having DIY Network's Million Dollar Contractor host Stephen Fanuka create a wallpaper replica of her "living the good life" Latin-translated tattoo to put on the wall.
"I bet she would prefer to take it down these days," says Fanuka. "She's a good person who had to grow up at the height of her career. She will bounce back. She's a winner."