Lindsay Lohan Rocks Tiny Pink Mini on Opening Night of Her Own Club in Greece -- But Why Was Kylie Jenner Ment
By Emily Krauser
Lindsay Lohan is back to hitting the clubs, but this time, it's for a very good reason: she owns it.
The 30-year-old actress made Barbie proud when she showed off her tan legs in a sparkly pink mini, complete with flapper-era fringe, and tan sandals for the grand opening of her new club, Lohan, in Athens, Greece, on Saturday.
Lindsay spent much of the evening at a VIP table high above the dance floor, but she did take time out to talk to clubgoers. At one point, the New York native hopped behind the DJ booth to inform attendees that part of the proceeds from the club will be used to help refugee children, as seen in a fan-captured video.
According to a spokesperson, the club will feature commercial and R&B music and a show of flying dancers. Though that sounds like plenty, there's one high-profile name Lindsay hopes to have visit her in Greece. "I would love to host one night with @kyliejenner," she wrote on Instagram.
The night seemed to go well, as the packed house was clearly having a good time in a picture Lilo posted to Instagram. "We did good!!!!!" she captioned the red-hued pic.
Clubgoers also had few complaints, with one telling ET, "It was epic -- a full house!"
"Everyone was totally loving it," they said. "[Lindsay] was crazy happy. She also gave a speech thanking everyone and thanking Dennis for making it all happen."
That "Dennis" is Dennis Papageorgiou, the club's co-owner, who Lindsay was quick to point out in an Instagram caption on Friday is "my business partner and dear friend." Though he wasn't in the particular photo, she did thank him on social media as well after Saturday night's festivities, sharing a close-up black-and-white pic with him.
It appears Lindsay will be very busy now that the club has officially opened. A club spokesperson told ET that "Dennis decided to take up the challenge and create the hottest nightclub in town," and that Lindsay will be making appearances at least three or four times a month.