Ali, Lindsay and Dina Lohan Actress Lindsay Lohan (C) poses with her mother Dina Lohan (R) and her sister Ali Lohan at the premiere of "Just My Luck" at the Mann National Theatre in Los Angeles May 9, 2006. Dina will reportedly star on Season 8 of Bravo's "The Millionaire Matchmaker." Photo: Reuters

Lindsay Lohan’s mom is looking for love. Dina Lohan will reportedly star on the upcoming eighth season of Bravo’s reality-TV dating series “The Millionaire Matchmaker.” Similar to many singles before her, Lohan, 52, will work with the program’s star, Patti Stanger, to find a wealthy and eligible bachelor, Radar Online is reporting.

“Dina agreed to come on the show because she is a huge fan and is ready to start dating,” a source said. “For a very long time Dina’s focus has been on her kids. She thinks this would be the perfect to meet someone.... Among the criteria Dina has indicated she wants in a potential partner is someone very successful, ambitious, funny and love of family.”

Unlike the other singles on the series who pay Stanger to help them find a partner, Lohan, who split from her husband Michael Lohan in 2007, will reportedly be paid for her participation. The mom of four is said to be receiving a hefty $25,000 paycheck for her role.

The paycheck comes on the heels of Lohan’s highly publicized financial troubles. The Long Island native almost lost her home in Merrick, New York, to foreclosure proceedings in September 2013, according to TMZ.

Lohan isn’t new to the reality-TV scene. She last appeared on her 28-year-old daughter Lindsay’s O network docuseries “Lindsay" in March. In 2008, she starred alongside her family on the E! program “Living Lohan.” The series, which featured her daughter Ali, now 20, and sons Michael Jr., 26, and Cody, 18, was canceled after one season.

Lohan will not be the only celebrity to star on the new season of "The Millionaire Matchmaker." In August, Radar Online reported that “The Real Housewives of New York” star Sonja Morgan had filmed an episode for the Bravo series. According to the Daily Mail, former star of MTV's “The Hills" Stephanie Pratt was seen filming a segment for the program in Marina del Rey, California, Aug. 8. 

“Next season we are breaking format. We are doing something radically different. We are looking for celebrities to fix up their friends, family, assistants, bosses, whatever,” Stanger told in May. 

Stanger said some of her dream celebrity guests include “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” stars Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville.

“We will be letting a lot of celebrities come on as well as fix ups.... A lot of people have called me,” Stanger said.