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Lindsay Lohan Says She’s Single, ‘In A Good Place’ With Her Parents Michael & Dina  

Lindsay Lohan, kept it together co-hosting The View on Friday, coming off as likable, down-to-earth and even a bit shy, locking horns with the fearsome foursome of Barbara Walters, Jenny McCarthy, Sherri Shepherd and Whoopi Goldberg.

The 27-year-old actress, without delving into too many dirty details, said she’s doing well these days, and, on the whole, was proud of the no-holds-barred look at her life her OWN docu-drama presented to the public. 

“It was important for me to be open and share that with viewers,” the redhead said in her raspy voice. “Especially because people have so many misconceptions about me.

People have so many misconceptions about a person without knowing them directly.”

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She said the reality TV element at first was an adjustment, but as she got more comfortable with the process, “It became kind of normal.” 

Watch the video on RadarOnline.com.

Asked about her love life — specifically, if she was seeing anyone right now — the girl with the star-studded list made clear she’s single.

“No … [boyfriends have] been a distraction for me in the past,” she said.

Prodded about her controversial parents Michael and Dina, Lohan said that “everyone’s in a good place right now” and that a respite from the folks turned out to be quite beneficial for their unusual family dynamic.

“I think it was me taking time for me and not getting involved [in their affairs] … things fall into place like they’re supposed to,” The Canyons star explained.

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One quality family outing came this past weekend at the Coachella Music Festival, where she said she got in some quality time with her sister Ali Lohan.

It was a really great experience,” she said. “A really nice, cool thing.” 

She also shared how selfies have wound up being a good deterrent for paps to follow her.

“If I do take a selfie and Instagram or Tweet it, there’s no reason for them to follow [me] … the pictures already been taken!”