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Say What!? Maybe it's just me, but this seems like a dumb idea ...
It's the end of an era -- a "Lohan" era.
Don't worry -- you can keep your borrowed baubles and fetched furs, the embattled starlet hasn't died. However, the always opinionated Dina has told PopEater that the Lohan ladies are getting rid of their infamous surname. What! Lohans no more!? Who is Lindsay without the Lohan? What's a LiLo without the Lo?
"Lindsay is dropping the Lohan and just going by Lindsay," Dina told PopEater's Rob Shuter. "Plus, me and [little sister] Ali will be officially changing our last names back to my maiden name, Sullivan."
Reports claim that Lohans wanted to distance themselves from estranged father Michael. Aww that's too bad, just when he was gonna get the Father of the Year Award.
So now it seems as though only Michael Lohan will be rocking the besmirched last name. Apparently -- just like the Highlander -- there can only be one.
Should someone tell the 'Mean Girls' star that unlike Cher, Beyonce and Madonna -- the name Lindsay is rather -- common? In fact, according to HowManyofMe.com, there are 99,754 people in the U.S. with Lindsay as a first name (that's a lot!) -- and only one person with the name Lindsay Lohan (that's not a lot!). In other news, the site tells me there are 4,676 people in the U.S. with the first name Meg and one or fewer people in the U.S. with the name Meg Swertlow. Inspired by my most favorite fallen star, I am now simply going by Meg from here on out. Someday I'll have to thank Lindsay (no last name) for this brilliant idea.
Luv ya -- mean it,