October 20, 2014
NEW YORK (AP) - Lindsay Lohan's comeback trail is leading her to
"Saturday Night Live."
NBC says the troubled actress, whose career in recent years has
been upstaged by legal and personal problems, will serve as guest
host of "SNL" on March 3. The network said Sunday that the
musical guest that night will be Jack White.
It will be Lohan's fourth turn as host of the late-night comedy
show. She presided in 2004, 2005 and 2006, before her career
faltered. In recent years, she has mostly been in the public eye in
connection with her multiple arrests and episodes of substance
abuse. In December, she appeared in Playboy magazine in a mostly
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