"I have created some projects that I am very excited to bring to television, both on the scripted and non-scripted side," LiLo tells E! News. "I have a few scripts and books that I have kept my eyes on [that] I feel very fortunate to develop and package them under my new company."
Among the ideas Linds and her partner, Kristi Taylor (she heads up the star's 6126 fashion brand), have in the works are a dating-themed game show called "That's What Friends Are For"; a "docu-cause" TV series that they'll launch along with a charitable endeavor; and a show titled "Faux Real," which is described as "Entourage" for the fashion world.
Speaking of fashion, Lindsay changed outfitsfour times while out and about in Los Angeles on Thursday, thus ensuring the paparazzi had something new to shoot every time.
By the by, that morning, Lohan issued a Twittered version of a heavy sigh over being in the spotlight, writing, "i'm kind of numb to it at this point. but it does annoy me w/paparazzi sometimes. oh well. its my life."