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VIDEO: Lindsay Lohan Calls 120-Day Jail Sentence ‘Shocking’ In Surprise Appearance On Leno

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By Radar Staff

Lindsay Lohan called her 120-day jail sentence “shocking” and said it left her “kind of numb.”

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The 24-year-old Mean Girls star, speaking to Jay Leno Monday in a surprise Tonight Show appearance  that will air Tuesday, was wildly cheered by the studio audience upon her arrival, and even received a standing ovation.

Leno asked Lohan, “At what point did you realize, ‘Oh my God, I could lose this, this could slip away from me?’”

“I think that when, you know, being young and being in the position I was in, you don’t really take the time to appreciate what you have and it’s all kind of a whirlwind, and people make decisions for you,” Lohan said. “But I’m not a kid anymore — I’m 24, I’ve made a lot of mistakes and I recognize that. I’m in the clear now, and as long as I stay focused, I can achieve what I want to achieve.”

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LiLo, sporting blonde hair and a satin black jumpsuit, talked candidly about her day in court — and subsequent jailing — last Friday. She also confirmed her role in the upcoming mob movie, Gotti: Three Generations, alongside John Travolta.

Broadway beauty Kristin Chenoweth was bumped to make room for Lohan.

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Lohan on Friday was sentenced to 120 days in connection with a probation violation for taking a necklace from a Venice Beach jeweler.  Her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley appealed the sentence, and LiLo was released on $75,000 bail a few hours later.

 

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