Lindsay Lohan Says She's 'Had Enough' With Dating on 'Wendy Williams Show'

The 'Mean Girls' star is weighing in on the #MeToo movement.

Lindsay Lohan is back -- for a short time only. 

The 31-year-old actress returned to the United States for an interview on The Wendy Williams Show on Friday, where she opened up about her past partying ways, her family finally getting along and what projects she has lined up for the future. 

"I don't know whether to say thank you or I'm sorry," Lohan joked to Williams after discovering that she's the most talked-about celebrity on Williams' show, before revealing why she doesn't talk to the people from her "traumatic" clubbing days in Los Angeles and how she feels "very safe" living away from the public eye in Dubai.

"I didn't really know how to have a private life, because I was so young," she confessed of her time in L.A. "I really enjoy my serenity in Dubai...you can go out and have fun, but it's a different kind of fun that you have." 

"I'm discussing designing an island in Dubai, with The World Islands. I have a lot of little projects there, because I like to keep myself busy," she added. "Lohan island." 

The actress, who discussed her television and film projects abroad, explained that being in "work mode" has prevented her from dating -- but she doesn't have a problem with that. 

"I've had enough of them," she told Williams of relationships, after her engagement to Egor Tarabasov ended last year. She did, however, insist that she likes men after Williams brought up her past romance with Samantha Ronson, and asked if she was sexually fluid. "I was living in L.A." she said with a smile.

ET caught up with Lohan last month, where she dished more about her relationship status.

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