lohan-nude01.jpgI believe it was my good friend and colleague Kevin Carr that once said, “Hmm… The only way Lindsay Lohan is going to make it out of this one is to take her clothes off” — or something along those lines. Well, it appears that Ms. Lohan, Hollywood’s poster child for drinking and driving, heard our message and has decided to tastefully drop her drawers for NY Magazine.

The spread was shot by famed photographer Bert Stern to recreate a 1962 photo shoot that he did with Marilyn Monroe, mere months before her life went off the deep end. If Lindsay follows suit, her next big appearance may be on suicide watch with Britney Spears.

It appears though, at least to me, that this session in which Lindsay shows off her (still very hot) body like never before is a precursor to something else. Most low-level Hollywood stars seem to live in a constant cycle of reinvention. Take Britney Spears, whose last foray into the world of music was supposed to be sexier and grittier, but ended up being sadder. Lindsay’s comeback could be more successful, if she stays away from drugs. But then again, there are no guarantees in life. Lohan’s next film project is called Dare to Love Me from A Walk in the Clouds director Alfonso Arau, which has not even begun filming yet.

Click Here to See the Entire Photo Shoot at NY Mag

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