Saturday, July 4, 2015

Lindsay Lohan's Twitter feed was the saddest part of the Golden Globes

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler absolutely murdered their open at the 70th annual Golden Globes on Sunday. They performed on stage in front of anyone who's anyone in show business.

Lindsay Lohan's Twitter feed was the saddest part of the Golden Globes

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Lindsay Lohan is no stranger to court appearances. She was arrested Thursday after assaulting a woman in a NYC nightclub. (AP Photo)
Lindsay Lohan is no stranger to court appearances. She was arrested Thursday after assaulting a woman in a NYC nightclub. (AP Photo)

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler absolutely murdered their open at the 70th annual Golden Globes on Sunday. They performed on stage in front of anyone who's anyone in show business.

Actors, actresses, directors, producers, showrunners, and the like came together to celebrate the work and efforts of Hollywood's finest. Lindsay Lohan wasn't there.

No, LiLo—who worked with Fey and Poehler on 2004's Mean Girls—was somewhere else, live-tweeting the events like the rest of us. A decade ago, Lohan was hanging out in a hotel room while Amy Poehler and Tina Fey gangster rapped.

Now, as Emma Stone lives the life LiLo left hidden behind door number two, Lohan is on the outside looking in (suprisingly, Liz & Dick didn't get any Golden Globe noms). She was (presumably) watching the duo from her couch, comparing her brother to Ben Affleck, congratulating Lena Dunham, and lamenting the Snow Patrol snub(?) in the best original song category. Lindsay Lohan's Twitter feed was officially the saddest part of the 2013 Golden Globes.

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