Lindsay Lohan

Is Lindsay Lohan Still Sober? She Says… (VIDEO)

We're totally rooting for Lindsay Lohan, so it's been great watching her post-rehab recovery on Lindsay, her OWN docu-drama where she talks through her feelings with Oprah while adjusting to her brand new, sober life. (It's as fantastic as it sounds.) During their gab sessions, Oprah gives Lindsay all the tough love and real talk we've come to expect from her — so naturally, during their talk on last night's episode when Linds says, "my main objective is to maintain my sobriety," Oprah fact checks her.

"And have you been sober since we last met?" she asks LiLo. "Yeah," Lindsay responds, nonchalantly.

Oprah isn't about to let that slip by with no celebration, though. "Hello," she says, high-fiving Lindsay. "Let's celebrate that! That's where you are right now! Look at how great that is. Wow."

Lindsay, obviously touched, starts wiping away tears — but quickly recovers. "It feels good," she says.

"What about the Adderall?" Oprah follows-up, probably in reference to an earlier controversy about whether or not LiLo would be allowed to take her prescription meds into rehab with her.

"No," Lindsay confirms. "Nothing."

"It's been a blessing having [sober coach] Michael with me… someone that gets it," she adds.

Of course, that doesn't mean she hasn't wanted to — sobriety is hard! "I know that I can't [just have one drink], and that's what helps me not to, teaches me not to," says Lindsay. "I play out the whole story of what I've put myself through when I do … and to throw everything away is just not something I'm willing to do."

"You are going to have to prove the naysayers wrong," advises Oprah. "The vultures are waiting to pick your bones. And that shouldn't frighten you. That should liberate you."

Watch the full interview in the video above, and let us know your thoughts below! Are you rooting for LiLo's recovery?

03.24.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Sarah Anne Lloyd
Related: Lindsay Lohan, Celebrity, Celebrity Rehab, Features, TV

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