What better way to kick off your birthday than posing in your birthday suit? That’s what Lindsay Lohan, who turns 33 today, did. The actress and businesswoman posted a nude selfie to Instagram captioned with a pink bow and birthday cake emoji.
Only wearing some gold accessories, Lohan is posed strategically with her legs crossed, covering her chest. Her signature red hair is falling over her shoulders.
She also posted a video of herself dancing to “Tuesday” by Burak Yeter and Danelle Sandoval, shimmying into a gorgeous sunset. “#dothelilo,” she wrote, referencing her bizarre-but-groovy dance captured on Instagram back in September.
Some of her Instagram followers were concerned about the posts: “You remind me of a baby foal, learning to walk” one follower wrote. Another noted the spare look of Lohan’s room: “I’m so confused. Why is the tv on the floor?????????? #somanyquestions.”
And there was the short but sweet “Lay off the coke.”
Others wanted to simply wish her a Happy Birthday and tell her she looks beautiful.
“The show was moving into a new direction […] perhaps not enough drama in my life for reality TV formula,” Lohan told Us Weekly.
Tourists traveling to Lohan Beach House happened upon a desolate scene. Visitor Catherine McCarthy and her friends—“grown-ass adults”—described the creepily abandoned club to Vanity Fair: “The D.J. booth was coming apart—there were dark stains on the floorboards around it, which made it look like a sacrificial altar […] There was one tiny tabby kitten running around it.”
Lohan recently posted that she is in the studio making new music; she signed with Casablanca Records. Her last album, A Little More Personal, was released in 2005.
There were also rumors that Lohan would be starring with Paris Hilton in a Netflix reboot of Hilton and Nicole Richie’s reality show The Simple Life, but Hilton said, “there is no truth to it.” Back in May, Paris was asked to say three nice things about Lindsay. She responded, “beyond, lame, and embarrassing.”
Hopefully this year will treat Lindsay better than Paris does.