Lindsay Lohan opens new club in Greece but won't go to one as she doesn't like 'party girl' tag
Saturday saw the soft-opening of Lindsay Lohan's beautiful new beach club in Kalo Livadi, Mykonos. She's living the dream after opening her second beach bar in Greece, and Lohan looked delighted as she hung out with pals while celebrating the opening of her LOHAN Beach House Mykonos.
The redheaded beauty was surrounded by admirers as she was photographed hanging out in a beachside cabana. However, Lohan has just lent her name to the club, since it already has Greek investors who would like to remain nameless.
The Mykonos club comes ahead of her second club, which is also set to open up soon on the island of Rhodes and make its debut sometime in the undisclosed future.
Lohan is quite close to becoming a nightclub magnate in Greece, which is somehow being looked at as a more successful venture than some of the things that she's tried in the past, for example, being a fashion designer and a young lifestyle guru.
However, in a recent interview, the 'Mean Girls' actress came out and said that she's left behind her old lifestyle, and finds it uncomfortable to be called a 'party girl'.
“What does that even mean?” she asked of the word “party” in her new cover story for Emirates Woman. “I get so uncomfortable with that word, ‘party.’ People are still stuck in the past, of the stories I had in LA and I hate it. It was all lies.”
The troubled star also revealed that it was these rumors and false allegations against her which helped her make her mind up about opening a club in Greece in the first place.
“I thought, ‘What’s the one thing that people have most misconstrued about me?’" she ponders. "It was probably about me always going to clubs, so I was just like, ‘Well, I’ll make my own.’ And now I never go to clubs!”
The 31-year-old has been residing in Dubai for the last few years and said that she enjoys the privacy that being in an exotic location like Dubai provides her.
“I moved here for that purpose – I don’t have to be publicly seen all the time or discuss what I’m doing,” she explains. “I get more work done because I don’t have the scrutiny and fixation on what I’m doing every second. I work all the time; my mind never stops.”
Although she has wanted her current move to a totally new country a "fresh start", Lohan revealed in her interview that she still, to this date, comes across gossip about herself from thousands of miles away.
“People say things that don’t even happen. They just make things up. Someone emailed me yesterday from America, saying, ‘Oh, I heard you got married in Dubai.’ I was like, ‘News to me, who’s the lucky guy?’” she quips.