Why Lindsay Lohan Screens Oprah Winfrey's Calls

PHOTO: Actress Lindsay Lohan during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon, March 6, 2014.

Lindsay Lohan is starting a new chapter, and we get to see it.

Lohan, 27, allowed Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network cameras into her life to document her move from Los Angeles to New York City, which she claims wasn't as chaotic as the trailer implies.

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"I became really spiritual this past year and I was trying to find serenity and peace in my life and, of course, [the trailer] take[s] the chaos of me moving eight years of my life from L.A. back to the city in New York, which was really hard to do and scary," she told Jimmy Fallon. "So it's like, 'Oprah Reprimands Lindsay' and she says the word 'bulls***!'".

In reality, Lohan, 27, said her relationship with Winfrey, 60, is quite strong, and that the former talk show host has become "a really strong person for me to listen to and learn from."

"I started calling Oprah, and I actually butt-dialed her a few times, which was embarrassing," she said. "[Oprah will say], 'Hey girl, it’s O!' She says, 'Hey, it’s O.' I said, 'I'm going to be honest, there are times when the unknown number comes up and I just want your voicemails so I can replay them for people because I think it's really cool.'"

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After her time in treatment, Lohan added that her bad girl antics are a way of the past.

"I'm blessed," Lohan said, adding that she's glad to be back in New York City. "My family is here so it's really nice ... [and the paparazzi] never follow me. It's really lovely."

On a silly note, Lohan also threw water in the face of Fallon, and vice versa. See the footage below.

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