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Lindsay Lohan’s manager: ‘She is in a good place’

HollywoodNews.com: Lindsay Lohan is “incredibly talented.”

This proclamation has been made by her new manager Larry Rudolph, a rep who is known for discovering and shepherding Britney Spears from 1999-2004, and then again for her 2007 comeback.

Speaking to Bang Showbiz, Rudolph has exclaimed that “Lindsay is in a good place now,” following her court-ordered rehabilitation.

“When you’ve got that much talent – you can never count somebody like that out. She’s incredibly smart, she’s incredibly talented, and she’s a star. She has everything she needs.”

Recently, Lohan appeared in a sketch at the MTV Video Music Awards, mocking her recent foibles. She has also raised eyebrows recently in her scantily-clad role in “Machete.”

Rudolph works mostly with musical clients, such as Justin Timberlake. Lohan recently mentioned that she plans to return to her musical roots. Lohan signed a recording contract in 2004 with the label of former Sony music topper Tommy Mottola; however, success did not pan out for them.

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