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Oprah Winfrey needed Lindsay Lohan's assurance for documentary

Los Angeles, Sep 21 : Chat show queen Oprah Winfrey consulted actress Lindsay Lohan twice before giving everyone a heads-up for a documentary based on the latter.


Winfrey, 59, asked Lohan if she was sure about the eight-part documentary or not. She also gave the actress the option of saying no to it, reports accesshollywood.com.

"There was a lot of chaos going on. So I went to have a conversation, a real conversation about that, to say to (Lindsay), 'Do you want to do it? Because if you don't want to do it, that's okay. We could just end it. We don't have to do it'," said Winfrey.

Lohan told Winfrey that she is confident about the film.

"She said she wants to do it. So let's get to it," Winfrey said.

The documentary is expected to go on air in August next year.

--IANS (Posted on 21-09-2013)

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