Confirming the axing of her show, Lindsay spoke with E! Entertainment’s Daily Pop explaining MTV’s cancellation, saying the show is moving in a new direction, “perhaps not enough drama in my life for reality TV formula,” revealed Lindsay. As for her Lohan Beach Club, Lilo says they’re shifting the focus to a new location in Athens and also another secret spot (and partnership) that will be announced soon.
Lindsay Lohan, who is no stranger to Greece, has arrived in Mykonos ahead of the peak summer season amid rumours her Lohan Beach Club has shut down. The short-lived beach club allegedly follows suit to her also short-lived MTV reality show based on her Mykonian business venture, which has not been renewed for a second season.
Disappointed Instagrammers and TripAdvisor holiday goers speculated the once thriving club had been abandoned and described it as a pile of rocks, as they took some pics and uploaded them. Many were left disappointed when arriving at the Mykonos club only to see it in a state completely opposite to what was shown on television. One frustrated reviewer on TripAdvisor said they tried numerous times to contact the club for reservation and pricing inquiries ahead of their arrival to the island in July, to no avail. According to previous posts on the official Lohan Beach Club Instagram page, they were meant to open for business in late May, however, there has been no updated details since the shows season finale in late March. So it is unclear if the club is merely moving to a new location as Lindsay claims, or if it’s simply shut down.
Despite losing her TV show and club, Lindsay appeared to be in good spirits and shared a beautiful Mykonos sunset photo captioning it “workout o’clock”. Lilo still has her Lohan Night Club in Athens and going by what she told media, the American actress will still be spending quite a bit of time in Greece with her current businesses and new ventures in the pipeworks.