Every aspect of the troubled starlet's life and her theatrical debut in 'Speed-the-Plow' is grist for hungry journalists' mill.
The Hollywood star reportedly flubbed a few lines and drew unintended laughter in her first preview performance, but opening night isn't for a week yet.
'I'll probably mess up on the first night just out of fear,' says the oft-troubled Hollywood star.
Apparently, rehearsals for the West End revival of the David Mamet classic haven't even started yet, but Broadway World, HuffPo and Perez Hilton all jumped on the story.
A West End revival this fall will be directed by Lindsay Posner, a Mamet specialist who has worked with screen actors on stage before.
The 'Mean Girls' star may appear in a London revival of David Mamet's 'Speed-the-Plow' this fall.