TV hasn't exactly worked out for Lindsay Lohan -- but maybe this will: Friday she launched her long-rumored mobile app, and it's got a name: "Lindsay Lohan's The Price of Fame."
This arrives in the wake of Kim Kardashian's app, "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood," which launched over the summer and became enormously successful -- and enormously controversial.
Lohan's "Price of Fame" does appear to offer similar shopping elements. Per the press release, it will enable players to "become world famous celebrities by creating a virtual self that can purchase outfits, accessories, toys and even pets."
That element, of course, is what got Kardashian in trouble with her game -- huge purchases that suddenly appeared on parents' credit cards. Kardashian defended the app, telling Matt Lauer in early August, “I think you just have to be responsible, and don’t have your credit card linked to where your kid can just spend if they want to, or ask permission."
Here's Lohan's quote from the press release: "The game captures a great part of culture and our current media society. This app is humorous, smart, and engaging."