Lindsay Lohan is scheduled to once again host NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” on March 3rd.
It will be the fourth time Lohan has hosted the hour and a half comedy skit show. The first time she hosted was in 2004 and the last time was in 2006. Since then her career and life have taken a bumpy ride.
NBC made the announcement on Sunday via Twitter, “That’s right: March 3rd, @lindsaylohan with musical guest Jack White!! See you then! #SNL #March3rd.”
Lindsay’s publicist Steve Honig was quoted as saying, “Lindsay is very much looking forward to hosting SNL and working with the incredible cast, crew and writers to put on a memorable show.”
Since her last appearance on ‘SNL,’ among different lawsuits, Lohan has been convicted of two separate drunken driving violations a shop lifting charge and several failed drug and alcohol tests related to probations and has gotten into more trouble after she failed to serve community service.
Now it appears, that she is trying to grow up and get her life back together. She is scheduled to finish her current community service obligation at a Los Angeles county morgue ahead of schedule.
She still needs to complete 480 hours of community service after pleading guilty of taking a necklace from a Venice Beach Jewlery store. However, last month during a monthly review of Lohan’s progress, Judge Stephanie Sautner said to her, “Just keep doing what you’re doing. You appear to be doing it well.”