Lindsay Lohan is doing her best to survive in Dubai during lock-down, she has said on a video chat with David Spade.
The native New Yorker, who has called the United Arab Emirates her home for the last six years, admits it has been a struggle to get the supplies she needs amid the region's serious coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
"It is very strict here," she explained during a video chat with David Spade for his Lights Out show. "You are not allowed outside, they take it very seriously.
''Just one person can go out of the house at a time. If you don't have a reason or aren't approved for a permit to go to the supermarket, are found without gloves or a mask, or surpass 90 minutes (you can be reprimanded).''
Lindsay, who was planning to tour the U.S. to promote her new song Back to Me when the lockdown began, spends her time between her native New York and the Middle East, but can't see herself returning to the United States permanently any time soon.
"I live here (in Dubai), yep, I have been here for about six years. But I go to New York a lot to see my family... and I was in London before this," she shared. "I haven't been to L.A. in over 10 years. The paparazzi definitely scared me a lot (in L.A.), but I haven't had any real reasons to (come back) recently.''
Lindsay claims if she ever were to return to Los Angeles, it would be for good reason - like shooting a sequel to her hit teen comedy Mean Girls: "I was really excited to do that," she said.