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Even if you’re not a sports fan, the Super Bowl consistently delivers two things anyone can enjoy: the halftime show and commercials filled with celebrity cameos. Winter formal dresses long sleeves Take this year’s game on February 13, for which Planet Fitness has tapped Lindsay Lohan to star in its 30-second spot.

Perfectly self-deprecating, the commercials sees a “new and improved” Lohan working out and sleeping better than ever, “which the paparazzi aren’t thrilled about.” (Cut to a paparazzo crying and screaming “I miss Lindsay!” outside of a night club). At another point, we learn that Lohan has “traded DUIs for DIYs,” bedazzling an ankle monitor worn by Danny Trejo.

And it’s not the only acting gig that Lohan has on the horizon. Vogue caught up with the star to discuss her slate of upcoming projects (did you know she’s launching a podcast?), what she’s missed about acting and set life, and what she might be wearing on her upcoming wedding day. (She recently got engaged to boyfriend Bader Shammas, in case you didn’t know—we can practically hear the wedding bells!) Read the conversation below:

Vogue: Your Super Bowl commercial is with Planet Fitness. Are you a big gym person?http://amandahotel.ru/kupit-gotovyj-biznes-restoran/

Lindsay Lohan: Exercise is a big part of my life now—it wasn’t as much before—and Planet Fitness is an inclusive environment. It’s a safe, fun space to work out in, which I really liked about them. Long sleeve smock dressWhen it came to the commercial, they were very open to me being very involved and hands-on with how we did it, and poking fun at myself.

I do love that you’re playful, with the DUI and paparazzi references.

It was an opportunity for me to really put all the little things that happened in the past to bed, and it was a really light-hearted, fun way of doing it. I’m comfortable in my own skin: I’ve evolved spiritually, mentally, physically. I’m comfortable poking fun at the past and leaving it there. It just felt like the timing was appropriate for me. And it’s benefiting other people in a way, because it’s showing how you can go from that and come back from it through health and exercise. I think that was a nice way to tell that story.

I’m a treadmill gal. I have one at home, and I love running. It clears my head. But I do love going to the gym. I make time for it now, whereas I used to not be able to. It’s about the physical aspect, but it’s more so about the mental wellness that going to the gym brings for me. I find balance in it: Stress relief, better sleep.

I think we’re all striving to be better about health and wellness this year. What else do you do to maintain a sense of balance?

I have my routines. At home, I’ll get up and have my tea in the morning, drink tons of water, and then I’ll get on the treadmill. Sometimes I’ll even put on, like, a reality TV show, and do a workout on the mat. I’m trying to get better at using the weights at the gym, too. I’ve never been good at that, but I’m pushing myself to do that more now.

Let’s talk about some of your upcoming projects. You’re launching a podcast. What can we expect?

Because I’ve never done a podcast, it’s been a learning experience for me as I go, which is the fun part about it. I’m speaking to people that I want to learn more about, and hear more about their artistry and work. It’s just going to be very casual, fun conversations. I don’t want it to be deep and boring and dull.

Do you listen to podcasts a lot?

Not so much, no. [Laughs.] But I’m glad I don’t, because I don’t want to go into it with too much of a preconceived notion of what other people do. I want to do it in a way that I feel comfortable doing.

You also have a Christmas movie coming out on Netflix around the holidays, which we are excited about. Why was this the right project to jump into?

I feel like what we don’t have enough of right now is romantic comedies. And that’s exactly what it is: It’s a really fun, uplifting romantic comedy. And it’s actually really funny. When I read the script and when we started to film it, I didn’t realize how physically funny we were going to be. Long sleeve shift dresses There’s a lot of physical comedy in it, which I really liked doing—it’s one of my favorite things to do, which I haven’t got to in a while.

I know Christmas just happened, but are you a big fan of holiday movies generally?

I put them on. I love to cook, especially during the holidays when I’m with family, so I always have them on, or Mariah Carey [music] playing. It gets you in the mood and it reminds you of family, happiness, and good times.

What will you be looking for in future acting projects?

It’s hard because I want to do the right thing. This first movie was perfect for me, because I really want to do something happy and fun and family-oriented. I like doing that. I miss seeing romantic comedies, and less of the horror [genre]. I want to keep it happy.

I did love your horror movie, I Know Who Killed Me. I’m not going to lie.

That was really fun to do. It was my first step into doing something different and dark, which was really exciting. And the pole dancing lessons were a workout in themselves!

What are you looking forward to most about acting again?

The most exciting part about going back into filming is being on set with everyone. Not just in front of the camera, but being around the crew. All the little things that people don’t think are the fun part—the call time, the call sheets—I just really love being on set and interacting with people, and then bringing a character to life. I really have missed that.

Being at Vogue, I have to sneak in a few fashion questions to finish. What are you into right now?

Watching fashion week from afar has always been difficult for me, because I’ve always gone. One of my favorites has always been Alaïa, and I love what Pieter Mulier is doing with Alaïa, and changing it a bit. I find Alaïa very sophisticated and classy, yet sexy at the same time. I also love Kim Jones and the new spring-summer Fendi collection.

Are there any trends or silhouettes you’re dying to try for spring?

I’ve never really worn cut-outs, but I don’t know if I will experiment with it. Maybe for a photo shoot or something. It’s funny, because I find myself becoming more reserved as I get older in the way that I dress.

You also recently got engaged—congrats! Have you started thinking about the dress yet?

That was the first thing I thought about. [Laughs.] One of my closest friends, Francesco Scognamiglio, is an Italian designer, and he and I have been sharing some ideas. It’s the fun part for the girl!

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