Lindsay Lohan is making a comeback in her career but hasn’t quite yet nailed down which aspect of the entertainment industry she wants to dive back into.

The 33-year-old singer, actor, producer and former child model was at one time idolized by young girls around the world, before drug usage, DUIs, assault charges and other misdemeanors led her to take some time out of the spotlight.

Now, she is eager to leap back into her former career, saying she “probably should start doing movies again at some point.” One franchise, in particular, stands out in her mind.

“I think that I was hanging on to [‘Mean Girls’] for a really long time,” she told David Spade Tuesday on “Lights Out with David Spade.” “I kind of wanted to come back with a ‘Mean Girls 2.’"

“Mean Girls” debuted in 2004, written by Tina Fey and directed by Mark Waters. It became an almost instant cult classic, frequently referenced in pop culture and quoted by people who haven’t even seen the movie. Its popularity led to a Broadway musical adaptation in 2017.

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Lohan was an 18-year-old, fresh off of the heels of her “Freaky Friday” success when she starred as Cady Heron. She clearly enjoyed the experience because she’s eager to do it again.

“To work with Tina, and the whole crew again, and Mark Waters,” she said. “That was really what I wanted. I was excited to do that.”

While a “Mean Girls” remake might no longer be in the cards for Lohan, she still has her music. She released “Back to Me” April 3, her first song in 12 years Entertainment Weekly reported.

Since the height of her fame in the early 2000s, Lohan said she hasn’t spent much time in Los Angeles, living instead in Dubai, London and New York for the past 10 years.

“I haven’t been to L.A. in over 10 years,” she said. “I think the paparazzi definitely scared me a lot, and I haven't been there in so long. But I haven’t had any real reason to recently.”

Lohan is currently posted up in Dubai in what she describes as the “Wall Street area” and as far as the possibility of “Mean Girls”...?

“That’s all in their hands really,” she said.

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Lindsay Lohan poses on the red carpet ahead of the MTV Europe Music Awards at the Bizkaia Arena in the northern Spanish city of Bilbao on November 4, 2018. Getty Images/Ander Gillenea