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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Lindsay Lohan reveals 'rehab looks'

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has revealed she will take “270 looks” to rehab.

The actress must enter a facility by May 2 after being sentenced to 90 days treatment in connection to a car crash last year. It seems she has been busy preparing for her rumoured stay in a New York clinic after she posted a picture of all the clothes she will be taking with her on Instagram.

In the photo, 26-year-old Lindsay is seen smiling as she sits cross-legged on the floor surrounded by clothes, shoes and shopping bags.

"90 days and 270 looks," Lohan wrote in the accompanying caption.

Lindsay apparently plans to remain active when she does begin her treatment and it has been reported the star has been asked to blog about her experiences.

She has also been making the most of her last few days before her rehab stint.

On Monday evening she watched friends perform at a Jam Fest event, with onlookers insisting she was “very well behaved” and didn’t touch any alcohol.

Last week it was claimed Lindsay was yet to settle on a treatment centre and wouldn’t make a decision until the last minute.

“She’ll probably go to rehab on Wednesday night, so she can avoid coming to court,” a source told New York Post. “She likes to wait until the 11th hour, or even the 12th hour.”

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