Lindsay Lohan's alleged conquest list includes a slew of Hollywood's biggest names and for weeks after its release, she stayed quiet, neither confirming nor denying if it was true - and now she's broken her silence on the A-List list.
While discussing her many appearances on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" over the years, Lindsay recalled an early visit to the talk show where she sang about an ex.
"I'd just broken up with someone," she said in a clip of her upcoming sitdown with Ellen (airing on Monday, March 31) of the song "Over," which she performed on the show back in 2004.
"Do you remember who?" Ellen asked.
"Apparently, there's a list of many guys," Lindsay said, joking about the conquest list that includes Justin Timberlake, Zac Efron and James Franco.
"I know. I have a list of people. I hear there's a list going around," Ellen joked.
"I was really upset. Yeah and that song I had written like the day after and we were still living together," she said, not giving up who the song was about. "I sang it in his house, tortured him just recording the song so loud in his house."
As for current relationships, the 27-year-old is focusing on herself.
"I'm OK with just taking care of me," she told Ellen. "I just like want to work and take care of me right now. I don't really... that's not even a thought."
One constant in her life is Oprah Winfrey, who is producing the actress' OWN docu-series.
"I speak to her almost every day and she's just... she's been so amazing to me," Lindsay said.
-- Jesse Spero
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