Lindsay Lohan fended off attacks earlier this week, after her thin frame became the focus of attention.
And now, her mom is stepping up to defend her daughter.
In a new interview for Access Hollywood and “The Billy Bush Show,” Dina Lohan defended Lindsay’s skinny physique.
“I don’t know why people care about other people’s weight. I think they should look in their own mirror and stare at themselves,” Dina told Billy. “I’m a mom. If I see my daughter a little thin, I say, ‘Eat more McDonald’s.’”
Earlier this week, Lindsay also referred to the fast-food chain in defending herself from comments in the media suggesting she and girlfriend Samantha Ronson were in competition to see who could become thinner.
“I eat. I had my Big Mac yesterday from McDonald’s,” Lindsay told Us Weekly on Monday. “I eat as much as I always have.”
Still, Dina says it wouldn’t kill her daughter to add a few pounds.
“I told Lindsay I think she’s a little thin,” Dina admitted. “But we go through this every couple of months. My daughter is happy and healthy and that’s all that really matters.”
Source: Access Hollywood
Lindsay Lohan's little sister Ali has made yet another attempt to kick-start her music career by showing up to a charity event in a sheer kitty-cat costume.
The 14-year-old hit the red carpet at Animal Fair Magazine’s Halloween Pet Costume Contest dressed in black leggings and a midriff-baring white mesh vest.
Her kittenish look was topped off by a pair of cats ears and, confusingly, a bow tie - which made her look more prepubescent Playboy bunny than foxy feline.
Ali was joined by mum Dina at the event to benefit the Humane Society of New York.
Lindsay Lohan's mom Dina insists she doesn't mind her daughter's relationship with Samantha Ronson as long as she is happy.
"I love Samantha. She's like a child to me. They're great friends and as long as my daughter is happy and healthy, it is what it is," Dina Lohan told reports at the Sephora Celebrates Ten Years of Glamour event.
Lohan and Ronson had fueled rumors they are more than just friends after being spotted kissing and holding hands.
Lindsay Lohan's mother, Dina, has banned her movie-star daughter from making an appearance on her upcoming reality TV show, because she insists it would be bad for her career.
Dina, 45, will front the upcoming eight-episode series "Living Lohan," which will follow the manager-mom as she navigates the careers of her two younger children, Ali, 14, and Cody, 11.
But fans of her most famous daughter needn't tune in, hoping to catch a glimpse of the "Mean Girls" star: Lindsay won't be appearing.
Dina says, "I told Lindsay I don't want her on the show right now. Doing reality TV would almost be taking a step backward as far as her career."
Lindsay's father, Michael Lohan, has previously warned the Lindsay to stay away from her mother's reality show, fearing Dina would use the 21-year-old to further her own career in the entertainment industry.
But Lohan's mother insists her intentions are genuine: "I did this to defuse the rumors about my family. The media has just been so horrific to us over the past two years. I just want to get the message across that we are a normal family."
The new reality show will premiere this weekend.
Source: Reality TV World
Her eldest daughter checked into rehab three times in one year and she's pimping out her 14-year-old daughter on a new reality show ... so it's natural that an organization would want to give Dina Lohan a mother of the year award. She's lucky Joan Crawford is dead!
Mingling Moms, a social networking organization for mothers, is naming LiLo's mommie dearest one of its Top 20 Long Island Mothers of Celebrities at a ceremony on Tuesday. Holy Mother of God.
While there are some deserving A-list 516 moms on the list -- like Baldwin Brothers matriarch Carol Baldwin, who is a breast cancer survivor and activist -- the org will also give J.Lo the Special Celebrity Mom of the Year award for the two months she's been one!
Dina and Ali Lohan will debut their new reality show this summer, E! announced on Tuesday.
The show, tentatively titled “Living Lohan,” will take viewers inside the Lohans’ Long Island home to follow Dina as she works double duty as mom and manager for Ali’s blossoming singing/acting career.
“The Lohans are one of the most intriguing families in the entertainment industry today,” Lisa Berger of E! said. “This is a family that knows how to roll with the punches and come out on top. Dina is an incredibly hard-working, passionate mom that I think our viewers will find both relatable and highly entertaining.”
In addition, the series will also follow Lindsay’s 11-year-old brother Cody, as well as brother Michael, a 20-year-old college student.
“There are so many misconceptions about me and my family,” Dina told People back when shooting began in October. “I’m setting the record straight.”
Dina, who also serves as the show’s executive producer, said she hopes the series will serve as an example to other single working moms.
“It’s about empowering women to be successful single mothers. (It’s) about being in the limelight without compromising motherhood,” she added in her interview with People. “It’s about what I do, how you can be successful, and be a single mom and fulfilling your kids’ dreams. Working is my sole source of income.”
According to People, Dina and Ali will shoot the next round for their show on March 17 in New York, followed by another two-week stint in Las Vegas, which will show Ali inside the Maloofs’ recording studio at the Palms Hotel and Casino.
Lilo's mother, Dina lohan, fears that Lindsay may suffer a deadly asthma attack because of her addiction of cigarette's.
Dina commented to Seventeen magazine: "You think I like it? No. I cry to her. I told her, 'You have to stop smoking. You have asthma. You could die.'"
"I can tell her to stop, but I'm her mother. Does anyone listen to their mother at 19?"Reported Entertainmentwise.