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Lindsay Lohan to Make First Televised Appearance Since November 2012

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Lindsay Lohan (Helga Esteb / Shutterstock.com)
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It's true that we're long overdue for some live Lindsay Lohan action, and to remedy that situation, allow us to introduce to you one David Letterman. Letterman recently announced that he'd be having the troubled starlet on "The Late Show" on Tuesday, April 9.

Lohan will be appearing on the show to promote her new movie, "Anger Management," but of course everyone will be watching to see whether or not she has a complete nervous breakdown/snorts coke onstage/steals anything.

This interview will mark Lohan's first interview anywhere since November of 2012. Our fingers are crossed for a meltdown totally smooth evening of casual banter and informational exchange.

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