Lindsay Lohan to host season premiere of SNL?

FILE - This April 11, 2013 file photo shows actress Lindsay Lohan, a cast member in "Scary Movie V," at the premiere of the film in Los Angeles. The upcoming Lohan series on OWN will be more documentary than reality show. OWN and Harpo Studios Presidents Erik Logan and Sheri Salata told journalists attending the annual Television Critics Association press tour Thursday, July 25, that filmmaker Amy Rice will direct the series. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

RadarOnline is reporting that Lindsay Lohan has been asked to host the season premiere of Saturday Night Live in September. Their source says that Lindsay is considering the offer, has been making it to all of her meetings (congratulations on being a semi-functioning adult?), and is the best she's been "in years."

Lohan is already a member of the prestigious Five-Timers Club and last hosted SNL in March of 2012, just before a three-month stint in rehab.

Though NBC hasn't made an official announcement, it seems that most of the Internet was holding out hope that the gig would go to Bryan Cranston and/or Aaron Paul, especially when considering that the final episode of Breaking Bad (sad face) is set to air the following night, September 29th.

Lohan's Public Image Rehabilitation Tour is already scheduled to make a stop at HBO for the forthcoming season of Eastbound & Down, if that's your thing. [RadarOnline]

P.S. Jon Hamm cameo alert in the video because, you're welcome.