When speaking to the Daily Mail regarding stars of her generation, the 89-year-old legend said:

"We considered ourselves lucky to be on the box, never complained if a critic didn't like us, dressed modestly and were always on our best behaviour in public. [Modern stars] party too much, don't learn their lines, are unprofessional and they grumble about everything. I think they are terribly ungrateful. I cannot stand the people who get wonderful starts in showbusiness, and who abuse it. Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen, for example, although there are plenty of others, too. They are the most blessed people in the world and they don't appreciate it."

Lindsay, having even more time on her hands than Charlie Sheen these days, was quick to respond, saying the following to E! Online: "Wow, I've always been a fan of hers. It's just a bit strange when people feel they must speak publicly about others. Especially a grown woman."

To reiterate, Lindsay Lohan said: "It's just a bit strange when people feel they must speak publicly about others" to E! Online... Now that's strange. What's also a bit strange is a grown woman vaulting herself in and out of court every second month for a living, before contacting her mob friends to get her some work. Oh, and crouching face down on a dirty New York pavement for no other reason than to "make a joke" - 'cause she wasn't drunk - that could be considered a bit strange too...