Lindsay Lohan speaks candidly about her high-profile breakup with deejay Samantha Ronson on Thursday's Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Lohan, 22, tells Ellen that the split "came out of nowhere" and calls it "really weird."
"I had no idea what was going on. I just hadn't seen her in, like, a week. She, like, disappeared," Lohan says according to PEOPLE.
Lohan didn't say what led to the breakup, but claimed infidelity was not involved. "I don't believe in cheating on someone," says Lohan.
Speaking of her own scandalous breakup with Anne Heche in 2000, DeGeneres says: "I kind of lost my career for a little while and I went away ... and I literally hibernated and got myself back together."
"You know when people are together so much it gets really difficult and you forget who you are because you're more concerned about being with the other person," said Lohan. "I think it's been really good for me. I thought it would be so much harder and it hasn't been. My sister's been here with me."
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And Lohan still holds hope that the two will reconcile. "I really care about Samantha and we'll see what happens," she says. "Maybe when we're fully in the right place. And I love her."
This is not Lohan's first appearance on the Ellen Show. Check out this video of Lohan actually singing on Ellen back in January of 2007.
Ironically, the song --called Over -- is about a breakup.