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Lindsay Lohan may want to turn to one of her Mean Girls costars for support.
Amanda Seyfried, who played Karen Smith in the 2004 Tina Fey-written comedy, is hopeful Lohan can eventually get it together. "I think it's just growth," Seyfried told us of LiLo when we caught up with her at the Mother and Child premiere in L.A. "People can fall out of line and fall back into it. I think it just takes some time.
"Clearly, people go through things and they deal with them differently. You've just got to be positive about it."
Seyfried also filled us in on acting with another freckled redhead—the one she has a sex scene with in the recently released Chloe...
We're talking about Julianne Moore. Seyfried wouldn't even let her dad see Chloe because of the risqué role.
Not that she has any regrets about doing it. "When you're working with someone as classy as Julianne, you can't really go wrong," Seyfried said. "Even though some critics may have thought it too much or whatever, I don't pay attention to that. I had a feeling in my gut when I read it. It was totally cool."
And it has given the young actress confidence to take more risks. "I feel like it really burst through some walls," she said. "Intimacy is weird, and if you're able to do something like that with somebody in those circumstances, I think it makes you feel like you can do anything."
Speaking of same-sex kissing, have you heard what Adam Lambert told us about making out with more male bandmembers during his upcoming tour? Read it here.