Fresh from her bikini bod-showcasing Hawaiian vacation, the 22-year-old admitted that April had been, to put it mildly, "a hard month," and while she said she is doing her best to move on personally and professionally, she told E! News she and Ronson remain "in touch."
"We're friends," she said at the launch of her Sevin Nyne spray-tanning line in Santa Monica last night. (The line, available via Sephora, is named after Lohan and Ronson's lucky numbers.)
"I'm doing great. I'm very happy."
She shied away from stating exactly how frequently she and Ronson touch base, but they did briefly reunite in person last week.
Asked how she's managing to get her life back in order in the wake of the surprise split, Lohan pointed to her family, particularly sister Ali (who tagged along to Hawaii and was present at the launch party).
"We're a tight family," she said. "We've been through a lot, so we take care of each other."
Including those weight rumors.
While the recent onslaught of Lohan bikini pics has given way to yet another round of concerned critics slamming her for being too skinny, the star defended her body, saying, "I like the way I look."
As for her day job, Lohan told E! News she is in final negotiations for a film that is scheduled to start shooting in October. She would not divulge any details about the potential project, however, as it has yet to be a done deal.
"It's not signed, but we're close."
She also said she's close to returning to the recording studio, and named Pharrell as a producer she would like to work with—that is, if he wasn't, for some unknown reason, feuding with her.
However, sticking true to her promise to get her life drama-free, Lohan did her best to nip the beef in the bud, imploring the fellow artist through the E! News cameras to call a truce.
"Pharrell, don't be mad," she said.
(Originally published May 1, 2009, at 7:02 a.m. PT)
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