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As Too Fab first reported back in February, Lindsay Lohan has a brand new show called "The Anti-Social Network." And now, we've got the first trailer.Lohan's manager Scott Carlsen told Too Fab the show -- which previously had the working title "Nerd" -- is "a crossover of the movie 'Nerve' and MTV's 'Punk'd' with Ashton Kutcher." "Lohan hijacks a person's social media accounts for 24 hours and dares them to complete embarrassing challenges to win prizes.Her pranks challenge people to evaluate how much their social media is actually worth," he said.Lohan, who will also executive produce the series alongside Carlsen, also talked about the series during a guest appearance of "The View.Read more: Lindsay Lohan tells all: ‘I was in an abusive relationship’ During an interview on U. TV show John Bishop: In Conversation With…, Lindsay admitted that subconsciously she believed the volatile nature of the pairing was normal, because her mother and father, Dina and Michael Lohan, had a similar dynamic in their relationship while the actress and her siblings grew up.“Of course, as a child, you recognise, in psychiatry it’s a study, those moments become almost like a safe chaos and you just think it’s normal, but it’s not normal, and I remember saying to myself that moment when he ran out of my house, ‘Thank God’,” she remembered.She presents choreographed violin performances, both live and in music videos found on her eponymous You Tube channel, which she created in 2007.Stirling performs a variety of music styles, from classical to pop and rock to electronic dance music.
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